K-TIG Advanced Welding System

K-TIG Controller

Monitors, controls, automates and reports on K-TIG welding procedures. Capable of reducing complex weld procedures involving multiple plant automation sequences to single-button operations. Programmable. Internet enabled. Cloud aware.

K-TIG Low Profile Torch (LPT)

Heavy duty, water cooled K-TIG welding torch provided in a T-profile. Robust quick connect water and gas fittings.

K-TIG Straight Line Torch (SLT)

Heavy duty, water cooled K-TIG welding torch provided in a straight-line format. Robust quick connect water and gas fittings.

K-TIG Power Supply

100% duty cycle. Highly precise power delivery to 1000 Amps. The consistency of the K-TIG process, the benign behavior of the weld pool and the exceptional weld quality is the result of deep integration between the power unit and the K-TIG controller.

K-TIG Water Cooler

Designed for continuous high current operation. Accurate flow and pressure delivery, efficient cooling, low noise, zero vibration transmission. Non-corrosive 20 litre reservoir, stainless steel pump and shafts, heat resistant motor.

K-TIG Wire Feeder

System integrated, microprocessor controlled, 7m per minute wire feeder with precision drive. Automatic & manual feed. Wire diameter from 1.0mm to 1.6mm. Adjustable wire guide positioner.

K-TIG 1000 Welding System

The K-TIG process delivers advantages previously achievable with only high-cost laser, hybrid laser or electron beam facilities.

This simple process makes automated, high quality, deep penetration welding accessible to any small-to-medium sized fabricator.

This patented technology is based on extensive, scientific study of the gas-tungsten-arc process, and is the result of many innovations relating to arc characteristics, weld pool stabilisation, heat removal and process efficiency. The K-TIG process is well suited to lower conductivity materials such as stainless steels, nickel alloys, titanium alloys and indeed most corrosion resistant and exotic materials.

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