Jasic JM 160C MIG MAG MMA Lift ARC Multi Process Welding Inverter
£705.60 incl. vat
The Jasic JM 160C MIG MAG MMA Lift ARC Multi Process Welding Inverter is equipped with powerful IGBT components, multi process capabilities and a singular PCB for improved efficiency and maintenance. This compact and portable inverter offers excellent welding characteristics and consistently reliable performance for both MIG MAG and MMA welding processes.
Power source, MIG torch & adaptor, Gas regulator, Earth return lead, Operating instructions, 5 year extended warranty (subject to conditions), free UK mainland delivery.
Mains plug, Shielding gas, Welding wire, Replacement torch consumables, PPE (Welding helmets, Welding gloves, etc).
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Jasic JM 160C MIG MAG MMA Lift ARC Multi Process Welding Inverter
The Jasic JM 160C MIG MAG MMA Lift ARC Multi Process Welding Inverter is equipped with powerful IGBT components, multi process capabilities and a singular PCB for improved efficiency and maintenance.
This compact and portable inverter offers excellent welding characteristics and consistently reliable performance for both MIG MAG and MMA welding processes.
Key features of the Jasic JM 160C MIG MAG MMA Lift ARC Multi Process Welding Inverter
- IGBT MIG/MMA/ Multi Process
- Single PCB compact welding inverter
- Self-adaptive creater filling function
- Stable arc and reliable performance
- Easy arc starting, less spatter, stable current and excellent weld bead shaping
- Suitable for 0.6/0.8/1.0mm welding wire
- Compact size, lightweight and modern design
- Burn back control
- Ideal for production, site work & maintenance
We are members of The Garage Equipment Association (GEA), working together to deliver excellence.
Regardless of the size of your business, we can give you the best service contracts for your workshop and garage equipment whether it be for installation, inspection, maintenance, breakdown repairs or calibrations.
The warranty period is 2 years following the date of purchase or 5 years if you register online within 28 days of purchase.
The extension to the warranty period of your JASIC welding or cutting equipment is subject to the following conditions:
- Completion of the warranty extension details which maybe submitted online at www.jasic.co.uk – Warranty registration section. After 28 days you will be unable to extend the warranty period.
- The warranty is subject to the equipment being maintained in accordance with the details shown in the instruction manual. It is recommended that any maintenance be carried by a suitably qualified and competent person.
Servicing Your Welder
All new JASIC welders, plasma cutters and multi-process units sold through Wilkinson Star Limited within the United Kingdom & Ireland shall be warrantied to the original owner, non transferable, against failure due to defective materials or production. The warranty period is 2 years following the date of purchase or 5 years if you register online within 28 days of purchase.
The manual suggests a daily, weekly and yearly maintenance plan. As a service agent we can provide yearly maintenance inspections on your JASIC equipment and complete the relevant documentation which will enable you to adhere to the warranty set out by JASIC.
We offer a maintenance agreement that will ensure total peace of mind. This support ensures that our engineers know all the latest technology, giving consistency and reliability to all of our customers.
Our maintenance agreement includes:
- A 5 year contract
- One visit per year
- Service manual completed by our engineer
- Guaranteed completion on time
- Labour included during agreed service schedule
- Parts are chargeable which will be quoted for
- Full professional combined insurance and public liability
- GEA accredited
What is MMA welding?
Manual Metal Arc Welding, often known as Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), stick welding or just arc welding, is a welding process where a coated consumable electrode (or stick) is used to lay the weld.
An electric current produced by the welding power supply is used to create an arc between the electrode and the metal to be welded. The arc melts the core of the electrode to produce drops of molten metal to create the weld. The flux coating of the electrode also melts and produces a shielding gas and provides a layer of slag which protects the weld from any contamination in the atmosphere. The slag layer needs to be removed after each weld.
What are the benefits of MMA welding?
- Cost – MMA welding machines are relatively low cost and the operating costs are also lower than with other welding techniques.
- Mobility – MMA welding machines are compact and lightweight making them easily portable and ideal for use anywhere.
- Simplicity – the equipment is relatively easy to operate and the procedure is simpler than some other welding processes.
- Flexibility & versatility – whilst MMA welding is used primarily for welding steel (including stainless steel) and iron, it can also be used for a wide variety of other metals including aluminium, nickel and copper alloys. It is also the most effective process for welding outdoors as it less likely to be affected by weather conditions than MIG or TIG welding.
What are the disadvantages of MMA welding?
- Quality – MMA welding often produces quality issues which can affect either the strength or the appearance of the weld or both. The most common problems are weld spatter, porosity, poor fusion, shallow penetration and cracking.
What is MIG/MAG welding?
MIG/MAG is similar to MMA in that heat for welding is produced by forming an arc between a consumable metal electrode and the workpiece; the electrode melts to form the weld bead. The main difference is that the metal electrode is a small diameter wire fed from a spool, and a shielding gas is fed through the torch. As the wire is continuously fed, the manual process is sometimes referred to as semi-automatic welding.
What is TIG welding?
TIG Welding can be used to weld aluminium, copper, titanium etc., and even two dissimilar metals.
- This process is ideally suited to handling tricky welds such as S-Shapes, curves, corners or where the weld is going to be visible and where accuracy and finish is important.
- TIG welding allows a greater variety of metals to be welded than other forms of welding.
- With superior arc and weld puddle control, TIG welding allows you to create clean welds when appearances count.
- Because the heat input is often controlled by pressing on a foot pedal, similar to driving a car, TIG welding allows you to heat up or cool down the weld puddle giving you precise weld bead control.
- This makes TIG welding ideal for cosmetic welds like sculptures, architectural and automotive welds.
- The TIG welder generates heat via an arc of electricity jumping from a tungsten metal electrode to the metal surface that you intend to weld – which is usually aluminium or steel.
- TIG stands for Tungsten Inert Gas – named from the tungsten electrode and the shield of inert gas (Argon or argon mixture) surrounding it.
- A TIG welder needs a filler rod to provide the welding bead when joining two pieces of metal together.
- TIG welding produces no sparks or spatter because only the necessary amount of filler metal is added to the welding pool.
- TIG welding produces no smoke and fumes unless the base metal contains contaminants or has a dirty surface.
- TIG welding doesn’t produce slag and requires no flux because the argon gas protects the weld pool from contamination.