Parweld XTM 211di

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Parweld XTM 211di

  • MIG voltage range - 14.5V - 24V
  • Wire reel capacity - 5KG & 15KG
  • Wire feeder - 2 roll
  • Wire diameter - 0.6MM - 1MM
  • Duty cycle - 25% @ 200A
  • Input supply - 110V 32A / 230V 32A
  • Maximum current output - 140A on 110V input / 200A on 230V input
  • Recommended generator rating - 7 KVA
  • Enclosure rating - IP23S
  • Dimensions - 615MM x 275MM x 495MM
  • Weight - 27.8KG

The Parweld XTM 211DI is a multi process welders. The machine offers MIG, AC/DC TIG & MMA functions all from one machine. 240V input power. The large high quality colour display screen makes the interface very easy. The control interface is incredibly simple and intuitive and makes weld settings simple with little to no process knowledge.

MIG welding - The machine features both manual and fully synergic control which means that you can set your machine the old fashioned way (voltage + wire feed speed) or you can dial in your settings by programming the welder to know the wire diameter, material type & material thickness which will then spit out the perfect settings for a weld. You can MIG weld mild steel, stainless steel & aluminium with synergic lines built into the machine for all of these materials. A 10MM mild steel weld is possible and down to around 0.9MM on the thinner side. Can take 15KG reels. Also has AC/DC high frequency TIG functions.

TIG welding - AC & DC output allows for TIG welding aluminium, mild steel & stainless steel. The XTM 211DI has high frequency ignition which makes for a nicer arc start and less inclusions at the start of your weld run. Also has an adjustable pulse frequency on the set which makes welds more aesthetically pleasing whilst inputting less heat into the material, thus preventing distortion.

Arc welding - Most multi processes will have an arc function so it isn't a huge feature to sing and dance about but worth mentioning. The arc welding capabilities makes welding very thick materials possible.