Item: EX10021238


Model: S-ALU 200

TIG Welder - TIG AC/DC - 200 A - digital - MMA - pulse

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  • Powerful—TIG and MMA welding with up to 200 A
  • Precise—ideal for aluminium with TIG AC and pulse function
  • Flexible—extensive welding options thanks to TIG AC/DC, MMA AC/DC and pulse
  • Modern—IGBT-Inverter with 2T/4T-function and high frequency ignition
  • Clear—digital control panel with rotary control and LED display


TIG welder with AC/DC for TIG and electrodes welding

With S-ALU 200, the digital aluminium welding unit by Stamos Power², TIG welding with direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC) is easier than ever. You can precisely set all the welding parameters and values on the clear control panel. The modern IGBT Inverter makes it easy to switch between TIG DC, TIG AC and E-welding modes, allowing you to weld with up to 200 A for most metals and in very different conditions.

With pulse function and AC, you can also weld aluminium

The setting of the parameters is done very conveniently via the control panel. The rotary knob and the buttons for selecting functions and presets are easily accessible on the TIG aluminium welder and easy to use, even with welding gloves. The intuitive menu navigation allows for an effortless adjustment of welding parameters such as pulse frequency, gas post-flow time or welding current. All parameters are clearly visible on the LED display.

With the welder, you can use AC-DC TIG welding, so you can work depending on the metal with DC or AC. Alternating current (AC) is suitable for processing light metals such as aluminium or titanium. Direct current (DC) can be used to weld more robust metals such as steel, stainless steel, copper or brass.

For welding thin sheets, especially aluminium, the pulse function is particularly useful. Even under difficult conditions, the arc can be stabilized, as the pulse frequency can be regulated up to 200 Hz. For steady welding results and better cleaning when welding at a high frequency (for example in anodized aluminium sheets) the AC alternating current frequency can be set between 0.5 and 200 Hz.

The modern IGBT inverter makes an impression with the precise implementation of the welding parameters, for perfect weld seams. You can effortlessly switch between the typical TIG welding functions, such as DC or AC, as well between 2- or 4-step welding. The arc for welding is activated with the high-frequency ignition (HF).

MMA—flexible electrode welding without extra gas

For electrode welding (MMA), no additional gas is needed. The welder can be used outdoors, even with strong winds. The welder generates a very stable current for DC and AC with a steady voltage. As a result, very good welding results are achieved in a variety of metals.

The Hot-Start-function of the electrode welder procures an automatic and short-term increase of the welding current. Thanks to this “Hot Start”, the starting point is immediately heated to the optimal temperature and the electrodes do not clog. You get perfect welding results from the first.

The Arc Force and Anti-Stick functions further optimise the welding result. Arc Force adjusts the arc to the material to be welded and the desired density of the weld. The Anti-Stick function prevents overheating and the electrode sticking to the welding material by switching off the welding current. Due to these properties, the welder is an all-rounder for metalworking, repairs and renovations.

The MMA clamp holds even large electrodes with a diameter of up to 5 mm. The MMA-welder can be used to weld materials like steel, iron, cast iron, nickel or copper. Installation and maintenance of rails, stairs, gates and doors, containers or objects made from metal can be finished in a professional way. The consistent operational reliability and durability of the welder is ensured by the high-powered ventilator and the overheat protection. A handle on the sturdy metal casing facilitates the transport of the device. The supplied hoses and cables with lengths of 3 to 4 m allow a maximum freedom of movement during welding.