The hook up is very easy especially if you are using an Everlast Machine such as the multi-process PowerMTS 251SI that these tests were conducted on. The power lead and gas line slot into the euro connectors where the standard mig gun would be attached with the control lead slotting into the connector for the standard control lead. The gun comes with a 20m cable as standard and is rated at 200 A @35% duty cycle.
Again, if using an Everlast machine the set up is easy. On the welder itself all that is needed is to select the size and type of wire that you are using and the machines makes the rest of the calculations for you. Of course if you are hooking up to another brand of welder then the set up is likely to be a little more involved but with a little bit of testing it shouldn’t be too much of an issue.
In use, it performs well giving an even bead. If you use a 90% to 10% Argon /CO2 mix you can prevent a lot of the smoke / soot residue left on the weld. As weilt all spool guns you may have to play with the voltage and wire speed settings a little to get the best results.
Can hook up to most machines that
Light aluminum fabrication Home maintenance and repair Auto and marine repair
MIG (GMAW) for aluminum, steel and stainless steel
200 A at 35% duty cycle
.023–.040 in. (0.8–0.9 mm) 4043 series aluminum
.023–.035 in. (0.6–0.9 mm) steel and stainless steel
20-foot (6.1 m) direct-connect cable with heavy-duty strain relief
Spool Capacity: 4"
Net Weight: 8.6lbs
Recommended for use with all Power i-MIG units
Any welder that uses Euro Quick-connect connectors