IMPAX IM-MIG 150 / 20 / 150 150A MIG Welder 240V (17499)

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IMPAX IM-MIG 150 / 20 / 150 150A MIG Welder 240V (17499)

Powerful yet flexible gas / gasless MIG welder with variable power setting and fan-cooled inner. Suitable for general site use, automotive repairs and more accurate fabrication. Use solid wire and gas shielding or flux-cored wire. Supplied in gasless format. Gas kit available separately.

  • Welding Current Range: 30-105A
  • Weldable Thickness: 0-4mm
  • Open Circuit: 32V
  • 240V Input Power
  • Air-Cooled
  • 20% Duty Cycle at 105A
  • Electrode Range: 1.6-4mm
  • Includes 0.8mm Flux-Cored Wire for Gasless Operation

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Welder Great welder for the money, needed to rebuild exhaust & did it with ease.
Date published: 2021-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great welder Fantastic piece of kit,works really well. Didn’t take much to set up and very easy to use.
Date published: 2021-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy welding like a pro First up you cant run this on a standard 13 amp house hold plug, it needs a 16 amp plug and direct wiring to a fused power source, This I got fitted by a neighbor who is an electrician and sorted, Its work out the box and dont panic if your handle is missing its in the side compartment where the wire feed goes. I bought this after buying the Impax aIc welder which is also a great machine, however i wanted this to weld a motorcycle frame and needed full control and be able to make better welds, First go I had welded a straight bead and it was faultless, its a great machine and simple to set up, comes with spare tips, Its heavy for sure so make sure you screw the handle on tight. I ran it on the high setting and switch at number 1 position and wire feed at 4 or 5. I should have bought this first as its a delight to use and weld penetration is strong.
Date published: 2020-09-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unusable The plug (not included) needs to be wired upon delivery and you can’t use a mains supply to power the machine you need 16A compared to the regular 13A sockets. This cannot be used for hobbyists unless they intend on getting it fitted by an electrician. Poor product and poor information given by the company.. useless.
Date published: 2020-03-27
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What is the availability of the gas conversion and price please

Asked by: Jacksnaffle

What gas should be used with this welder

What gas should be used with this welder? From the description it sounds like you can guy the gas on screwfix website. Any help would be appreciated.
Asked by: TimothyGP

Is it possible to run this on normal household mains if you use an in-line RCD connector (16a socket to RCD to 13a plug)

Asked by: ImOldgregg

Hello I own a Impax 150 IM MIG gas/gassless welder and I'm having a slight problem in the ear thing cable heating up to the point it melted the rubber sroud and the bolt glows red. Any suggestions to help please?

Asked by: Jara
This happens when the connection has reduced conductivity due to frayed cable, loose bolt, corrosion or a poor earth connection to the workpiece. Resistance is increased which causes overheating. It sounds like yours has started from the bolt. Once overheating has occurred there will be oxidation which further reduces conductivity increasing resistance and you are in a vicious circle. If the copper cable has overheated, cut it back clear from the scorched bit and fit a new termination lug/crimp. You can make one from copper pipe if you cant get one. Make sure its shiny clean before crimping. Clamp and bolt might be ok to re-use if cleaned up with with wire brush or file. If not, replace. Lightly file clamp contact faces regularly to make sure you always get a good contact with workpiece. Check bolt connection regularly. Always clamp to a clean bit of the workpiece.
Answered by: Iknowabitaboutwelding
Date published: 2021-03-11

IMPAX IM-ARC140 / 10 / 115 140A ARC WELDER 240V (17497)

What electric plug does it need
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Specification
Amp Rating 150 A
Brand Impax
Carry Case/Bag Included No
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Model No IM-MIG 150 / 20 / 150
Output Current 30-105 A
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Plug Included Does Not Include Plug.
Power Voltage Supply 240 V
Product Height 310 mm
Product Length 420 mm
Product Type MIG Welder
Product Width 250 mm
Supplier Manufacturer Helpline 08442 642 485
Total Product Weight 20 kg
Welders Product Type MIG

Product contents

IM-MIG 150 / 20 / 150, cable, welding torch, earthing clamp, hand-held welding mask and chipping hammer.

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Instruction Manual