Stick welding can benefit from pulsed welding current

Master 315

With considerably more productive processes such as MIG/MAG welding taking over the welding industry, the role of stick welding (MMA) has become smaller in recent decades. This is why the majority of welding equipment manufacturers have focused their most significant efforts on MIG/MAG welding rather than stick welding, and introduced new features made possible by new power source technologies. Pulsed MIG/MAG welding, for example, has been in extensive use for a few decades now, but similar welding current pulsing is only available for stick welding in a few devices.

Kemppi has developed a new easy-to-use pulse function for its Master 315 stick welding machine. This pulse function can be used extensively in various stick welding applications.

Stick welding can benefit from pulsed welding current

Stick welding can benefit from pulsed welding current

The forerunner of arc welding

Kemppi is the design leader of the arc welding industry. We are committed to boosting the quality and productivity of welding by continuous development of the welding arc. Kemppi supplies advanced products, digital solutions and services for professionals from industrial welding companies to single contractors. The usability and reliability of our products is our guiding principle. We operate with a highly skilled partner network covering over 70 countries to make its expertise locally available. Headquartered in Lahti, Finland, Kemppi employs close to 800 professionals in 17 countries and has a revenue of 140 MEUR.

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