Company: Miller Electric Mfg.
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Diversion 165 AC/DC TIG Welder Takes Complexity, Sticker Shock Out of TIG Welding
When developing the Diversion 165, Miller engineers borrowed from the proven technology used in the company’s industrial, inverter-based TIG products. As a result, the Diversion 165 starts with a positive, crisp snap time-and-time again. There’s no “arc stumbling” or “arc wander,” which can be a problem with some other TIG welders.
In addition, the Diversion 165 produces a focused arc cone, which provides better weld puddle control and greater directional control over heat input. Users can direct the arc precisely where they want it and keep the heat off areas they don’t want to weld. Finally, the Diversion 165 has a great low-end TIG arc in both the AC and DC welding modes, making it suitable for welding thin material and delicate work. Combined, these capabilities can enable users to begin producing quality welds in a shorter time.
Designed for Beginners
The Diversion 165 is designed specifically for first-time TIG welders that want to take on motorsports TIG welding applications, such as chassis fabrication, patch panels, aluminum oil pans, stainless exhaust systems and chrome-moly roll cages.The Diversion 165’s feature set, output and duty cycle are not
recommended for professional or industrial fabrication. For these
applications, Miller recommends its Dynasty, Maxstar® or Syncrowave
series TIG welders.
TIG for Dummies Book and DVD
The Diversion 165 can weld material as thin as 22 gauge and as thick as 3/16-in. in a single pass with its 10- to 165-amp output. Every Diversion 165 box includes a 68-page TIG Welding for Dummies book and a DVD on how to set up, operate and weld with the unit, along with some basic TIG welding tips.
For more information, visit Miller’s Web site at www.millerwelds.com, or call 1-800-4-A-Miller (800-426-4553).
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