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Eastwood MP250i Multi Process 250 Amp Welder

Item #21180 MP250i Multiprocess Welder

This MultiProcess Inverter welder provides the ability to MIG, TIG or ARC weld
  1. MultiProcess 250 amp welder
    Item #21180A
    Only $650.00
  2. MP250i Welder Accessories
    Item #21180B
    Only $349.99
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This product ships in 2 boxes. Both boxes are required for assembly of welder.

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The Eastwood 250 amp MultiProcess Inverter welder provides the ability to MIG, TIG or ARC (Stick) weld all from a single, high-powered, self-contained unit.

  • Operates on either 120 or 240V
  • Welds steel and stainless
  • Welds aluminum, with optional spool gun
  • IGBT inverter based power supply
  • Welds thin sheet metal or up to ½ inch steel plate
  • Hold either 8 or 12 inch wire spools
  • Square Wave Inverter
  • 10 feet long power cord so you can weld anywhere
  • Fits up to 330cuft bottle (9” diameter)
  • All 3 torches included are 15 feet long

Powerful IGBT inverter based power supply is capable of over 250 amp output on 240VAC with a 60% at 250amp duty cycle. Configured to hold either 8 or 12 inch spools of wire and utilizes up to 0.045 inch wire diameters for complete versatility. Weld thin sheet metal or up to ½ inch steel plate! The MP250i doesn't stop there. You can also TIG weld, Stick weld or use a spool gun for aluminum.

The Eastwood MP250i Welder provides the ability to MIG, TIG or ARC (Stick) weld all from a single, high-powered, self-contained unit. Inverter Technology provides the capability of welding thin or heavy gauge steel with precision and ease. For additional versatility and aluminum welding capability, add the optionally available Eastwood # 20172 Spool Gun.


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Contents

Included in 2 boxes

Eastwood 250 amp MultiProcess Welder
ERGO24 MIG Torch 4.5m (15 feet)
WP26V TIG Torch 4.5m (15 feet)
300 amp Electrode Holder 4.5m (15 feet)
300 amp Ground Cable 4.5m (15 feet)
Adaptor Cord
TIG consumables
0.030 and 0.035 MIG tips
Gas Bottle chains
Gas Hose
Instruction Manual


Specifications

Power Voltage (V): 1 phase 240V+/-10%, 1 phase 120V+/-10%
Frequency (Hz): 50/60
No Load Voltage (V): 61
Rated Input Current (Amps) 240V: MIG = 47.3, TIG = 35.7, ARC = 53.5
Rated Input Current (Amps) 120V: MIG = 42, TIG = 31.2, ARC = 51.1
Output Current Adjustment (Amps) 240V: MIG = 50-250, TIG = 15-250, ARC = 25-250
Output Current Adjustment (Amps) 120V: MIG = 50-140, TIG = 15-140, ARC = 25-140
Output Voltage (V) 240V: MIG = 16.5-26.5, TIG = 10.6-20, ARC = 21-30
Output Voltage (V) 120V: MIG = 16.5-21, TIG = 10.6-15.6, ARC = 21-25.6
Duty Cycle: 60% @ 250 aMPS
Power Factor: 0.73
Efficiency (%): 80
Wire Feed Speed (in/min): 78-629
Post Flow Time (seconds): 1.0+/-0.05
Weight:150 lbs. (43.6kg)
Dimensions: 36"x21"x31" (900mm x 765mm x 765mm)

The rated Duty Cycle refers to the amount of welding that can be done within an amount of time. The Eastwood MP250i has a Duty Cycle of 60% at 250 Amps. It is easiest to look at your welding time in blocks of 10 Minutes and the Duty Cycle being a percentage of that 10 Minutes. If welding at 250 Amps with a 60% Duty Cycle, within a 10 Minute block of time you can weld for 6 Minutes with 4 Minutes of cooling for the Welder. If the Duty Cycle is exceeded, the Welder will automatically shut off, however the fan will continue running to cool the internal components. When a safe temperature has been reached, the Welder will automatically switch the Welder output back on. To increase the Duty Cycle you can turn down the Voltage Output control.



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Instructions

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This product ships in 2 boxes. Both boxes are required for assembling the welder.


Safety

Always follow manufacturer's instructions for proper safety requirements when performing welding tasks.

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Warranty

3 Year Warranty. Items that ship via Truck are non-refundable or returnable. Repair parts will be provided during warranty period.

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FAQ's

Use standard 120VAC, 20 amp 50 or 60Hz power. Welds up to 140 amp on 120VAC. The mig 250 will also use standard 240VAC, single phase 50 or 60Hz power. Unit will weld up to 250 amps with 240 VAC input. Use a NEMA 650 receptacle and a 50 amp dedicated line for this machine.


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