In Lincoln Stick Machines, the arc is initiated by the contact between the rod electrode and workpiece, facilitating current flow. This brief connection creates the necessary heat for fusion, sustaining the arc between the workpiece and electrode.

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Lincoln bester 155-ND

Original price was: £290.00.Current price is: £220.00. ex.VAT

Specifications

Weights & Dimensions

Dimensions (H x W x D) 230 mm x 130 mm x 290 mm
Net Weight 3.3 kg

Technical Specifications

Input Current 16A
Input Hertz 50/60 Hz
Input Power 230/1/50-60 Hz (+/-15%)
Input Phase 1 ph
Mode Icon CC
Polarity DC
Rated Output 140A/25.6V@15%

Lincoln Powertec® I250C Standard

£1,910.00 ex.VAT
  • Designed with welders for welders: Perfect handling, innovative and easy communication
  • Innovative intuitive interface: Simple navigation, easy settings and process selection
  • Perfect feedability: Optimized wire positioning, 4 driven rolls, inspection window
  • Premium arc performance with repeatable arc ignition, excellent arc stability, rapid parameter adjustment
  • Ready for the heaviest industrial conditions: Developed and tested under the hardest conditions (TRUE HD) to grant the reliability you need
  • Fully featured
  • 3 YEAR WARRANTY

Lincoln Powertec® I320C Standard

£2,554.99 ex.VAT
  • Designed with welders for welders: Perfect handling, innovative and easy communication
  • Innovative intuitive interface: Simple navigation, easy settings and process selection
  • Perfect feedability: Optimized wire positioning, 4 driven rolls, inspection window
  • Premium arc performance with repeatable arc ignition, excellent arc stability, rapid parameter adjustment
  • Ready for the heaviest industrial conditions: Developed and tested under the hardest conditions (TRUE HD) to grant the reliability you need
  • Fully featured
  • 3 YEAR WARRANTY

Lincoln Speedtec 180C Multi Process Welder 240V

£989.99 ex.VAT
  • Compact and Robust Innovative, Portable and Lightweight, Anyplace, Anywhere.
  • Multiple Tasks Speedtec® 180C: CV MIG, FCW, Stick \ Speedtec® 200C: CV MIG, CV Synergic, FCAW, Stick, TIG Lift.
  • Power Factor Correction (PFC)More Welding Power, Energy and Cost savings, Generator Compatible
  • User Friendly Operation Icon control panel
  • Backed up by a Two YearFull Parts and Labour Warranty

Lincoln Electric Bester 170-ND Stick Mma

Original price was: £290.00.Current price is: £260.00. ex.VAT
This Inverter welding machines is designed to be portable everywhere you go within your workshops and working environments. Strenuous lifting is eradicated thanks to the Bester Inverters lightweight and easy to handle structure.

Lincoln Bester 210-ND Inverter Arc Welder Suitcase Package,

Original price was: £410.00.Current price is: £280.00. ex.VAT
These Inverter welding machines are designed to be portable everywhere you go within your workshops and working environments. Strenuous lifting is eradicated thanks to the Bester Inverters lightweight and easy to handle structure.

Lincoln Bester 190C Multi MIG TIG MMA Welding Machine

Original price was: £500.00.Current price is: £355.00. ex.VAT
Please be advised this machine takes 5KG  wire not 15kg Lincoln Electric presents the Bester 190C Multi Process Inverter Welder. This 180A compact inverter based welding machine is an excellent option for MIG/ TIG Lift and MMA applications. Designed to be portable everywhere you go within your workshops and working environments   Packed Dimensions: Height 34cm  x  Width 26cm  x  Depth 56cm Gross Weight: 17kg each

Lincoln Stick Machines, also known as Stick Welders, are versatile welding machines widely used in various industries for Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW). These machines use a consumable electrode coated in flux to create an electric arc, which melts the base metal and forms a weld pool. Lincoln Electric Stick Welders are renowned for their reliability, durability, and ability to perform in challenging environments.

 

5 Tips and Tricks for Stick Welding:

  1. Choose the Right Electrode: Select electrodes based on material and weld characteristics. Follow manufacturer recommendations.
  2. Prepare the Workpiece: Clean base metal thoroughly. Proper fit-up and joint prep are essential.
  3. Set Correct Amperage: Adjust machine settings for electrode size, material thickness, and position.
  4. Maintain Proper Technique: Keep consistent arc length, travel speed (CLAMS), and angle for uniform welds.
  5. Ensure Safety Measures: Wear appropriate PPE (Personal protective equipment), work in ventilated areas, and secure workpiece.