Model # K1845-1

Internet #100595271

Lincoln Electric Invertec V160-T TIG Welder
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Lincoln Electric

Invertec V160-T TIG Welder

$2,008.61 /each

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For both shop and field use, the Lincoln Electric TIG and Stick Welder features an integral gas and power connector design which allows for simple connections and quick changing between TIG and stick welding. The welder features built-in pulsing for more control when working with thin metal, and it has both touch-start and high frequency starting for creating an arc in a variety of conditions.

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  • Designed for both DC TIG and stick welding
  • Offers a range of 5 - 160 amps and features auto-sensing 115/230-volt and 50/60Hz operation
  • Integral gas and power connector for simple torch connections and quick changes between TIG and stick welding
  • Advanced inverter delivers excellent TIG performance
  • Built-in pulsing for greater control over thin material
  • Selectable touch-start and high frequency starting for establishing an arc under a variety of conditions
  • Built-in pulsing functions
  • Integral gas and power connector
  • Thermal and voltage overload protection

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Volts

Does it plug into a normal house plug?
Asked by: Anonymous
This welder is dual voltage. It is capable of using 110v or 220v. For the maximum power, plug this into a 220v outlet.
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2016-07-27

Can the V160-T weld aluminum?

If so how thick?
Asked by: Walt
The V160T cannot weld aluminum as it has DC output only. AC is needed for aluminum.
Answered by: WeldingExperts
Date published: 2015-09-20

Duty cycle

What is the duty cycle of this welder??
Asked by: Anonymous
Hello, Please see below for the answer to your question. TIG: 90A/13.6V/100% Stick: 60A/22.4V/100% TIG: 110A/14.4V/100% Stick: 80A/23.2V/100% TIG: 130A/15.2V/100% Stick:130A/25.2V/100% Let me know if this helps and if you have any additional questions Thanks, Lincoln Electric
Answered by: WeldingExperts
Date published: 2015-09-17
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