MIG Welding System Maintains Quality

The Lincoln Electric Co. offers an orbital metal inert gas (MIG) welding system suitable for industries in which orbital welds are subject to high standards, such as in pipeline, construction or process piping.

The Lincoln Electric Co. offers an orbital metal inert gas (MIG) welding system suitable for industries in which orbital welds are subject to high standards, such as in pipeline, construction or process piping. The system includes the company’s Power Wave process welder, Helix M85 weld head and a track ring, and is driven by the Apex 3000 mechanized controller. Each component operates together with the others, while the process welder can also function independently, the company says.

As a digital system, the Helix M85 weld head calculates and controls travel time, weld speed and other variables, reducing setup work on the front end. The track ring design enables the operator to install or remove the track in seconds. It also eliminates binding and compensates for heat expansion of the work surface. The gear-driven track resists wear, promoting quality and consistency. The system also features an ergonomic, hand-held pendant with icon-based interface and full-color screen.

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