Fronius Introduces TransSteel 2200, its First Single-Phase Multiprocess MIG/MAG Inverter Power Source


The TransSteel 2200 welding system is the first single-phase multi-process MIG/MAG inverter power source from Fronius. It can be used for various applications in different industries, but it is primarily suited for steel construction. The device is equipped in a robust housing and weighs only 34 pounds, allowing for mobile use. One of its main benefits is its ease of use; welded seams can be created in just three steps because of the welding system’s quick and intuitive operational abilities. The TransSteel 2200 contains an automated PFC, Power Factor Correction, that extends current consumption over time while ensuring that available power is efficiently used.
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Efficient Welding with the TransSteel 2200 from Fronius
Welding steel requires a robust and reliable tool; one that continues to work perfectly even when exposed to the harsh conditions prevalent on construction sites, in agriculture or in metalworking trades. With the TransSteel 2200, Fronius has brought its first single-phase multiprocess MIG/MAG inverter power source onto the market. This makes it an all-rounder that can give customers the best weld properties for MIG/MAG as well as TIG and SMAW welding applications.
Portage, IN 5/1/18 – The TransSteel 2200 is suitable for use in various manual applications and industries – it is primarily suited to steel construction for use in workshops, as well as for assembly, repair and maintenance work. Its low weight of just 34 pounds makes it ideal for mobile use, and the TransSteel 2200 also impresses with its robust housing.
One huge benefit of the MIG/MAG inverter power source is the variety of characteristics available, including for aluminium and copper silicon alloys. The TransSteel also features a second gas solenoid valve that makes it easy to switch from MIG/MAG to TIG. Users will also benefit from the ease of use: operation of the TransSteel 2200 is quick and intuitive. Perfect weld seams can be created in just three steps. The power source also offers a feature that, based on the selected mains fuse protection, sustains the welding operation for as long as possible by automatically steplessly adjusting the welding current, without changing the welding result. The automated Power Factor Correction (PFC) extends the current consumption over time and ensures that the available power is efficiently used. The devices thus have a large action radius, as the PFC technology allows long mains leads to be used, enabling welders to employ them with greater flexibility.
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