|Product Depth (in.)||18.11 in||Product Height (in.)||8.66 in|
|Product Width (in.)||11.8 in|
|Duty Cycle (%)||30||Engine Power||Electric (DC)|
|Gun Type||MIG||Included||No Additional Items Included|
|Input Power (Volts)||120||Material Application Thickness (in.)||0.25|
|Maximum amperage output (amps)||90||Minimum amperage output (amps)||30|
|Process Application Type||Flux Cored (FCAW)||Rated Output (Volts)||18.5|
|Manufacturer Warranty||6 Months; 90 days gun and cable|
A: No, to weld aluminum you have to shield the weld with Argon gas. Also feeding aluminum can be difficult without a push/pull set up or a spool gun because of the wires tensile strength.
A: No. Welding aluminium in an O2 atmosphere causes the metal to vaporise. Argon, helium or maybe an other inert gas must displace the air at the point of the arc.