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MICROGAP100

Micro GAP 100 DC

Plasma Transferred Arc Technology

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MICROGAP100

Micro GAP 100 DC

Plasma Transferred Arc Technology
MicroGAP 100 DC is a stand-alone arc welding power supply. The unit is applicable for welding applications that require high precision – ideal for micro-plasma welding and hard-facing with rods even below a diameter of 1.0 mm. The welding current range is from 0-5 to 100 A. Especially for MicroGAP 100 DC, a dedicated cooling unit was designed: Micro Cooling. The system could be power supplied by 1 phase (230 V) or 3 phases (400 V). Additionally there is also the possibility to use an optional motor control card to control the wire feeder WF. The user-friendly touch panel of the machine allows the easy adjustment of the welding parameters also with protective gloves. Castolin Eutectic introduced the Plasma Transferred Arc (PTA) process under the brand name EuTronic GAP (Gas Arc Process) to the welding market in 1972. Since that time a lot of developments have taken place. Starting with Plasma Powder Technology for coating applications, Castolin Eutectic has now nearly all different plasma processes in its range: plasma coating as well as joining and brazing applications.

Description

MicroGAP 100 DC is a stand-alone arc welding power supply. The unit is applicable for welding applications that require high precision – ideal for micro-plasma welding and hard-facing with rods even below a diameter of 1.0 mm. The welding current range is from 0-5 to 100 A. Especially for MicroGAP 100 DC, a dedicated cooling unit was designed: Micro Cooling. The system could be power supplied by 1 phase (230 V) or 3 phases (400 V). Additionally there is also the possibility to use an optional motor control card to control the wire feeder WF. The user-friendly touch panel of the machine allows the easy adjustment of the welding parameters also with protective gloves. Castolin Eutectic introduced the Plasma Transferred Arc (PTA) process under the brand name EuTronic GAP (Gas Arc Process) to the welding market in 1972. Since that time a lot of developments have taken place. Starting with Plasma Powder Technology for coating applications, Castolin Eutectic has now nearly all different plasma processes in its range: plasma coating as well as joining and brazing applications.

Applications

  • Micro plasma brazing.
  • Repairs on tool steels, rebuilding of cutting edges.
  • Medical instruments welding.
  • Filter inserts welding, diaphragms and metallic meshes.
  • Repairs on plastic injection moulds.
  • Jeweller’s craft.
  • Welding of aircraft engine components.

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Technical Data

Supply voltage
230 V 771718, 3x400 V 771719
Supply fuse
20 A
Max. power consumption
6 kVA
Effective value of the maximum power supply current
16 A
Cos phi
0.9
Max. welding current (15% ED)
100 A
Max. welding current (60% ED)
80 A
Max. welding current (100% ED)
60 A
Amperage range for plasma - welding
0,5 - 100 A
Amperage range for pilot current
0,5 - 15 A (30 A)
Open circuit voltage pilot inverter
80 V DC
Open circuit voltage main inverter
80 V DC
Protection class
IP 23
Dimensions L x W x H
560 mm x 311 mm x 541 mm
Total weight
40 k

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