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ESAB’s latest Caddy portable TIG welding units are suitable for welding mild steel and stainless steel and some units can be used for aluminium welding.

The Tig 1500i (TA33), the Tig 1500i (TA24), the Tig 2200i (TA33) and the Tig 2200i (TA34) offer MMA as well as TIG DC, but the TA34 units also have Pulse TIG DC.

The Caddy Tig 1500i (TA33) and the Tig 2200i (TA33) offer slope-down and plate thickness setting, while TA34 units have Pulse TIG, micro pulse, slope-up/-down, two memories and the possibility of remote control.

Moving up the company’s Tig range, there are two Origo Tig 3001i units: the TA23 and the TA24.

Both require three-phase electricity and have a maximum output of 300A at 35 per cent.

These are direct current units designed for the welding of mild and stainless steel.

Both have TIG DC and MMA processes, while the TA24 also has Pulse TIG DC.

Special functions include slope-up/-down and the possibility of remote control.

The Tig 3001i (TA24) also has Pulse TIG DC, micro pulse and two memories.

The two Origo AC/DC units can work with aluminium as well as steel and both offer TIG AC/DC and micro-pulse processes.

Special functions of the two units are identical: Pulse TIG DC, micro pulse, slope-up/-down, AC frequency and balance control, electrode pre-heating, two memories and the possibility of remote control.

ESAB’s Aristo Tig units require three-phase electricity and both have an output of 400A at 35 per cent.

Both offer TIG DC and MMA, while the TA6 also has the Pulse TIG process.

The machine with TA4 offers a special function of slope-up/-down.

The one with TA6 also has Pulse TIG, MMA electrode-type selection and 10 memories.

Both offer the possibility of remote control.

As part of ESAB, a world leading supplier of welding and cutting solutions, ESAB Group (UK) Ltd have access to a product research and development programme, the envy of the welding industry.

The brand is synonymous with world leading expertise  and today the company produces consumables and equipment for virtually every welding and cutting process and application.

As a logical step following his invention of the covered welding electrode back in 1904, Oscar Kjellberg founded ESAB. Since then, the company has constantly improved on existing methods and materials. At the same time, ESAB has developed new methods to meet the challenge presented by technological progress.

More than 100 years of continuous research, development and manufacture have made ESAB a world leader in welding, cutting and also an international supplier of products, know-how and services that none can match.

At is UK headquarters, ESAB Group (UK) Ltd have a team of highly experienced and qualified staff who are always available to offer help and advice on all aspects of welding and cutting. 

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