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Campbell Hausfeld 115-Volt 70-Amp Stick Welder
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Campbell Hausfeld

115-Volt 70-Amp Stick Welder

  • Designed to be used on standard 115V household current
  • Can weld up to 1/8 in. steel in a single pass
  • Thermal Overload Protection - Auto shut off when overheated
$97.84 /each

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The Campbell Hausfeld 115-volt stick welder (WS099001AV) is designed for home and shop applications. Easy to use and portable, this welder has a transformer design that provides an easy-starting, smooth arc. Weld with 1/16-inch electrodes on a 15-amp household circuit; a 20-amp circuit is required for welding with 5/64-inch electrodes. Thermal overload protection activates automatically to avoid overheating. Includes hammer/brush, starter pack of electrodes and hand shield. Duty cycle: 20% @ 50A, output 70A. Weld and ground cable length: 6 feet. Finish your projects faster and easier with Campbell Hausfeld - The Air Power Expert.

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  • Runs on standard 115V power, Duty cycle: 20% @ 50A, Weld and ground cable length: 6 feet
  • Durable metal welder with comfort fit handle for ease of use, thermal overload protection to prevent overheating, and transformer that provides an easy-starting, smooth arc
  • Dual heat setting that runs great for both small repairs and hobby welding
  • Includes hammer, brush, electrode starter pack and hand shield. Finish your projects faster and easier with Campbell Hausfeld - The Air Power Expert
  • Convenient power works with standart 15 or 20 Amp household outlets

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what welding machine would be reccomended for welding aluminum?

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i have seen some comments that people are using certain welders for aluminum
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July 15, 2016
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I have used aluminum welding rod with my stick welder before it did a good job but i can't remember what heat range I was running or what size rod I'm sure it was hotter than the 70 amps were talking about here.I had to fill in and then bore the hole back out for the pivot on the crane on my truck.After boring the hole back out there was virtually no bubbles or impurities present.I do remember it was Read More
I have used aluminum welding rod with my stick welder before it did a good job but i can't remember what heat range I was running or what size rod I'm sure it was hotter than the 70 amps were talking about here.I had to fill in and then bore the hole back out for the pivot on the crane on my truck.After boring the hole back out there was virtually no bubbles or impurities present.I do remember it was necessary to completely remove the slag in between passes.
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spool gun attachment on a mig welder or a tig welder are the only things you can weld aluminum with
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Tig welding.
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August 14, 2014
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The WS0990 stick welder operates off of 115 volt AC current and is used to weld stainless steel. For stick welders, you need to use one that operates off of DC current to weld aluminum.
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What rod number is recommended

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!/16" and 5/64" I have only used the 5/64th I am sure there are jobs where the lower heat and smaller rod would be more convenient but with a little skill you can use the 5/64 in every situation that this machine is capable of handling. That is unless you want to have both sizes on hand.
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eather 6013s or 7018s work best
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December 23, 2015
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It uses either 1/16 or 5/64" welding rods
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which welding machine should be used on galvanized steel?

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June 29, 2016
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With proper preparation it can be welded with any type of welder. Mig (gas shielded or Flux core) or Stick.
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June 28, 2016
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Yes, this product can be used on steel.
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can you weld aluminum with this machine 115 volt 70 amp

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i have not bought any of these welders but i am thinking about getting one curious to see if any of these welding machines can weld aluminum
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No
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No, this welder is not recommended for welding aluminum.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor choice Only works a small portion of the time if the ground isn't within a inch it won't work and when it does the bead flow is so inconsistent and no penetration that I would have been better off using glue. Extremely disappointed October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Campbell and Hausfeld makes great equipment (I have used one of their compressors for years) which made this purchase easy to decide on, not to mention the great price. I won't erect any bridges or skyscrapers with this unit, but, it is good for making improvements and repairs on equipment that I use in the field and around the house. It works best with the 5/64" electrodes on the 20 amp setting - easier arc start, good heat control, no slag inclusion. My #10 hood lens is a bit too dark for the arc produced by this welder. I haven't had any problems with duty cycle shut down or tripped circuit breakers on the household electrical panel. It can be a pretty productive machine for the size and output. October 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A great value TGIF is a great 110V welder for small jobs in the field. Great price too. September 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very capable little welder So far, I have used this little welder with four different brands of electrodes and all have worked reasonably well. I have been practicing on scrap 1/8" thick steel and after several practice beads this welder produces some nice-looking welds. My only previous experience welding was with an old-school Lincoln 225 tombstone welder so I was pleasantly surprised how well this little guy works. I plan to use this to build some rails for a utility trailer in the near future. I'm very happy with the purchase. In the picture, the weld to the left was my very first attempt and the weld to the right was my second attempt. Those beads are about how far you can expect to get with one 1/16" electrode each. Also, the face shield that comes with this is worthless. Pick yourself up a nice auto-darkening helmet and it will greatly improve the quality of your work. November 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great entry welder for the price. Has been good welder to play with. Has not been a problem with 110v outlet. Even spot welded some thin stainless steel on bbq grill July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dynamite Comes in Small Packages Easy to use with lots of welding power capabilities. April 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works well for a 15A outlet I have never used a stick welder and have not welded anything since using the MIG welders in high school shop class. That being said I was able to plug this in an go without too much trouble. The only downside of this product is that instead of being able to vary the heat settings with a dial, you have a high setting (20A outlets) and a low (15A outlets) setting. I only have 14 gage wire in my garage and have only used the low setting. July 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Smooth welds once it gets started At first, I wasn't sure if the machine was on. I couldn't here the regular humming sound a 220 welder makes when it is turned on. However, as I later found out, the machine was on. This feature(barely a low humming sound) is normal for this size of machine. I tried it on the low setting, and I could not get it started( a spark). So I switched it over to the high setting. Still did not work. However, and this is extremely important, I remembered what redneck computer geek said on Youtube when evaluating this welder: everytime before you strike, take a pair of wire cutters and snip off about 1/8 inch of the flux from the tip of the rod, leaving the 1/16 inch rod core exposed. This will give you the strike that you need to start the weld. Otherwise, if you don't do this, you will have a very hard, if not impossible, time starting the weld. Once I did this, it worked extremely well. Oh, and the 1/16 inch rods that come with the machine do work. You can buy additional rods at Harbor Freight or Lowes. Great for welding 18 to 10 gauge blackiron metal. I used it to fix some lawn furniture. It worked very well. June 17, 2015
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