N e w Miller Brochure On XMT Inverters

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. of Appleton, Wisconsin, has produced a new 10-page brochure describing its XMT series inverters for multiprocess welding now with Auto-Link, a unique Miller feature that adjusts primary power linkage automatically. The inverters allow operators to power up and weld using any of three primary voltages: 208 V single-phase, and 230 V or 460 V single- or three-phase. Voltage adjusts automatically on three models: XMT 300 CC/CV, CC/TIG and 300 CC.

The inverters are designed to be easily portable, with dimensions of 17-3/8 inches high by 12 inches wide by 19-1/2 inches deep (441 by 305 by 495 mm). They come equipped with a rugged fiberglass case, "soft grip" folding handles and are light weight, 72 to 84 pounds (33 to 38 kg) depending on the model.

Welding capability is versatile and multiprocess: MIG (GMAW), stick (SMAW), scratch start or high frequency start TIG (GTAW) and air carbon arc cutting/gouging (ACA), varies with model. XMT units provide up to 200 or 300 amperes of constant current or constant current/constant voltage DC output, also depending on model.

These features provide a smooth and stable arc quality that is consistent through the entire amperage range, including low amperage TIG welding jobs.

For further information regarding the Miller Electric brochure and XMT inverters, Circle 79 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 78,  Apr 1992 Rhode Island

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