The CHF-15 orbital welding machine uses the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding process TIG as the source of the electric arc that melts the base material and forms the fusion weld.
TIG (manual GTAW) and fusion orbital welding (automatic GTAW) are often employed in cleanroom fabrication operations to weld similar and dissimilar metals together. These high-purity methods are crucial for highly sensitive manufacturing procedures, such as joining the tubing and fittings for semiconductor devices, where contamination can destroy products.
Ensuring part quality and consistency, the controlled environment of a cleanroom effectively regulates the concentration of airborne particles in order to prevent contamination that could not only lead to hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of losses, but also threaten the safety of the end user.
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|Welding source||EWM (Germany)|
|Power source type||Inverter|
|Duty Cycle||200A 25%,120A 100%|
|Input Voltage||AC220V ±10% 50/60Hz|
|Cooling||Build-in Water Cooling|
|Display||7 touch screen|
|Printer||Build In Printer|
Argon Gas Control
Welding Continuous Welding Current and Plus Current Control
Welding Head Rotation Control
Wire Feeding Control
OBT-200 Orbital Welding Power Source 18Kg
Front Connection of OBT-200