In stick welding, contact between the rod electrode and workpiece ignites the arc. This creates a short circuit for a fraction of a second between the two poles, meaning that current can then flow. The arc burns between the workpiece and the electrode. This creates the required fusion heat.

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Parweld XTE201C-P1 200A Automotive Mig Welder 230V

£532.00 ex.VAT
It has a DC output and when combined with the correct type of wire it is suitable for welding steels. The feed box ensures reliable feeding of 0.6mm and 1.0mm wires. The XTE 201C has a full sized cabinet which can accept a gas cylinder and its large wheels mean it is easily portable and can be moved from job to job.

Parweld XTM 201DI Synergic Welder

£799.99 ex.VAT
The XTM 201DI is our most popular 200A machine. The 110V/240V supply makes it perfect for on-site welding. Synergic control makes parameter setting very easy. Key Features
  • 10MM maximum weld thickness on mild steel
  • 30A - 200A output
  • 3 year warranty

Parweld XTM 201i MIG Welder

£750.00 ex.VAT
The XTM 201i boasts a digital display which allows all welding parameters to be displayed, welding voltage is displayed constantly & the 2nd display can be toggled between the wire speed and welding amperage.

Parweld Xtm211Di-P2 4 In 1 Ac/Dc Package Inc 4M Tig & Mig Torch & Mma Leads

£1,786.40 ex.VAT
The XTM 211Di MIG Inverter has 4 different processes available to the user making it ideal for the welding of Steels, Stainless Steels and Aluminium using the MIG, AC TIG, DC TIG or MMA process.