Welding system with the following accessories: K detachable welding wire housing, Kempo Weld w water cooled, Ground cable, Flask with hose, 3x hose package, various spare parts, Delivery possible at 0, Location: Milicz, Poland. Manufacturer: Kemppi welding equipment. This seller has been contacted 1 time in the last week. Interested in this machine? Seller Responsiveness:.
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This is required. Login to Your Account. Remember Me? Register Forgot password? What's New? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 20 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Kemppi PS Mig and Tig Welder There is one of these near to me for sale and I am a bit tempted but wondered what the thoughts are here.
This set is supposedly barely used ,not at all in last 7 years and in a college before that and not used much there either. Is that going to be a good or bad thing. That would put the machine at 30 odd years old.
I am aware that it won't weld Al. Thanks Sable. Never seen one in person, no idea how they run. Only barely heard of them before If its as old as you say then its more than likely a transformer based unit, which are nearly indestructible. If it powers on and strikes an arc your probably good to go. If it will Tig it will Stick weld, and stick leads can be pretty easy to hook up.
Not sure about tig torches or mig leads for it. If it doesn't have it all with it I'd pass. Ask the local welding store what they have laying around in the back room. One of the best welders known to man. Has pulse and an inverter Parts are North of giraffe pussey.
PlasmaOnTheBrain liked this post. Am I correct in thinking that for an inverter machine to sit for years without being used is a bad thing? Originally Posted by sable. I want to see one now All I've ever seen or used was Blue, Red, or Yellow And a few older things on occasion, but no kemppis. Sounds Fun, get it. Would it be possible to test it without gas? Well thats a bit of a beast It should dial down ok. Grab a roll of self shielded flux core for testing the mig side.
That critter has all the oomph you could ever need to run selfshielded. Power it up and listen for the gas solenoid when you try to start the tig arc.
The added gas is about the only difference between stick and tig. Another test would be to hook the stick lead and the tig foot pedal up, leave the machine set to tig, and try welding with it. The footpedal should have control over the amps on the stick, and you should hear the solenoids clicking. Have you got enough electrons to drive it? Equally its worth remembering MIG torches are rated on CO2, argon co2 mix is hotter and does not cool them as much, hence you need to derate.
But you really want water cooled much above amps any how. Kempi stuff is good, but you need to check on parts availability and you need to see it run. Unless you need the power, IMHO you probably could do much better with something smaller. Originally Posted by adama. Mine is v so be sure the transformer comes with it. The remotes are the only way to adjust so be sure they are there Fan on demand so it is dead quiet until you start welding. No nonstart protection on it either so will shock the hell out of you if you forget to hookup the ground.
Arc will come out the tungsten and into your thumb and exit off your belt buckle or the head of your dick. If you pullout and forget to fade same thing. In shops dudes would ball up tinfoil and throw it at the arc this would scare the hell out of you and you would Of course forget to fade than the fight was on as soon as you could straiten up. Originally Posted by Heavey Metal. The remotes are the only way to adjust so be sure they are therm Fan on demand so it is dead quiet until you start welding.
Sable, the odd shock when tig welding is borderline normal. Depending on were it makes the connection depends on its effect. I am normally seated welding with tig, hence normally i get it through the arm to the bench. Not so bad at this time of year, but when your hot and sweaty in the summer they can really bite! Worst i have seen was a welder sitting on a machine catch the filler rod with the Hf of the plant, having the filler rod touching his earing, took him a good few minutes to recover from that one as he was kneeling on what he was welding and the current must have gone down his kneck to some degree!
Worst i have done shock wise is drop the red hot tig torch on me leg, a yellow glowing tungsten does not burn, it vaporises flesh akin to a light sabor. That was proper sore :- I doubt the one your looking at would be V way more likely regular old V 3 phase, but your really going to want something bigger than a 32 amp red socket to plug it into! Especially if you want to max it out and all the more so if its rated for carbon arc gouging and you want to try it Yes arc gouging is on the list of things it can do ,I am not even familiar with that process ,is it for digging cracks out and that kind of thing?
If a stick rod is a pencil; carbon arc is the eraser. I had to do some a bit back and got a co-worker to take a vid if you guys want to see it. The vid doesn't do justice to how loud it is and how far it throws burning metal, but you kinda get the idea. It'd be a good idea if they can send you some pics, especially showing the controls on the front panel. Anyway from trolling google pics the PS machines came a lot of different ways re: panel controls depending on what you ordered.
All the TIG modules change the inverter programming to a different CC slope compared to the generic stick CC programming and unless you're tig-ing thick stuff you want the tig module. I would imagine the fan on that machine could range as high as watts don't know. I'll also link a vid of my little linked for v mains running amps on a T joint.
It's really not a hobby welder at 5. The one you're looking at should be considered a 50hp machine if you need to use it all. But dicking around I don't expect you'll ever need more than 10Kva. Attached Thumbnails. Personally i much prefer CEA plants for mig, they just always run best for me. Might want to turn your speakers down YouTube Should be it?
I've never uploaded anything on youtube before. It is a Hell of a lot louder than comes through on the video. Carbon arc has the potential to be more abusive on machines than just high amperage welding, or so I've been cautioned.
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