Eastwood’s Research and Development team engineered and tested its TIG 200 DC Welder and its Versa-Cut 60 Plasma Cutter in-house, on real-life projects, to ensure the production of units that are durable, reliable and compact.
Pottstown, PA (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
The Eastwood TIG 200 DC Welder has high-frequency Mosfet inverter technology with a high frequency start feature that guarantees an instant arc strike with no tungsten contamination. The voltage self-sensing circuitry automatically detects a power source range of 110 or 220 volts, 50 to 60Hz, and delivers from 10 up to 200 amps DC.
The Eastwood TIG 200 DC Welder welds steel and stainless steel up to 3/16 inch thick and includes preset post and pre-flow gas, overload protection, adjustable amperage control for either panel (trigger switch) or foot pedal operation.
The Eastwood Versa-Cut 60 Plasma Cutter, compared to mechanical cutting, works significantly faster and makes curved and intricate cuts more easily and precisely. A built in pilot arc system allows for instant arc striking and ease of use when cutting rusty material and expanded metal. The internal moisture separator helps to ensure clean dry air gets to the torch to give consistent results.
The Eastwood exclusive Versa Cut 60 Plasma Cutter makes clean, fast cuts through steel, stainless or aluminum as thin as 24 gauges or as thick as 7/8-inch thick material. The torch hose measures 20 feet and the ground cable and clamp measures 10 feet.
This Versa Cut 60 Plasma Cutter’s 220 VAC input with inverter technology offers superior arc stability and cutting power. It utilizes an airflow rate of 3.0cfm at 60 amps, depending on the metal thickness.
“Eastwood’s Research and Development team engineered and tested these new tools in-house, on real-life projects, to ensure the production of units that are durable, reliable and compact," said Mark Robidoux, Eastwood product manager. “Both products come with Eastwood’s 3-year warranty.”
Eastwood markets unique tools and supplies for repair, restoration, and modification of cars, trucks, and motorcycles. Founded in 1978, Eastwood constantly strives to develop new products to serve the home automotive hobbyist, as well as individuals and organizations focused on the restoration and preservation of automobiles and motorcycles. Contact Nick Capinski – ncapinski(at)eastwood(dot)com or 610-795-5494.