FitWeld Evo 300

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FitWeld Evo

FitWeld Evo

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Where can I get service and/or consumable parts for Kemppi equipment?

You can get service and consumables from your nearest Kemppi representative. Please see our representatives near you.

How can I find the closest Kemppi service workshop near me?

You can find the closest repair workshop from our map search.

What kind of a warranty does Kemppi equipment have?

Kemppi welding equipment is designed and tested for professional industrial environments. As a guarantee of high quality, we offer our customers a global warranty up to three years. 

For full details, see Kemppi Warranty.

Your equipment FAQ

What does the different error codes mean?

All the error codes are explained in the user manual in detail.

How can I update the software on machine?

Please contact the nearest authorized Kemppi service & repair workshop.

What is the recommended mains fuse size and type?

Technical specifications in the user manual has the recommended model and size.

What are the part numbers and prices for spare parts?

You can find our spare and wear part numbers and prices from the nearest Kemppi representative.

Where is my nearest service workshop?

Please see the contact map for repair and service workshops.

How can I find the correct consumable kit for my MIG/MAG machine?

You can use our consumable kit finder tool to find the correct one.

What is the warranty on my equipment?

Global Kemppi warranty up to three years. You can get more information from your nearest Kemppi representative.

Mains and generator use, what do I need to do if anything?

Generator use must be activated by authorized service person only. Restrictions on generator type and power may apply in generator use. Fault free operation of a three-phase machine also requires a sufficiently highpower generator. The power recommendation is more than 16 kVA.

On my FitWeld Evo 300 machine, what is the normal cooling fan sequence, start up and in operation?

Fan air flow is from back to front and the fans will pick up speed after starting. Fan start is delayed when welding starts, and the fans also continue running for a while after welding has been stopped.

Got questions?

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you experience any further problems or have any questions

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