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ESAB’s Caddy range features the company’s smallest welding machines.

Most of the machines in the range run on standard mains electricity and can be used for welding mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium.

Even the smallest machine, the Caddy Arc 151i, A31 can achieve good quality welds via the MMA and TIG scratch-start processes.

This unit has a maximum output of 150A at 25 per cent duty cycle.

The Caddy Arc 151 A33 has a maximum output of 150A at 25 per cent duty cycle, offers MMA and TIG with Livetig start.

Special functions available are Arcplus II, Hot start, Arc force, two memories and remote control.

The Caddy Arc 201i, A33 offers a maximum output of 170A at 25 per cent via MMA and 220A at 25 per cent in TIG mode.

It also has Livetig start and special functions are Arcplus II, Hot start, Arc force, two memories and the possibility of remote control.

Moving up the scale the Caddy 251i, A32 requires three-phase electricity but offers a maximum output of 250A at 30 per cent duty cycle.

Processes are MMA including cellulosic and TIG with Livetig start.

Special functions include Arcplus II and it also offers the possibility of remote control.

Remote control is also a feature of the biggest Caddy, the Arc 251i, A34.

This three-phase unit has a maximum output of 250A at 30 per cent duty cycle.

Processes are MMA, including cellulosic and TIG with Livetig start.

Special functions are Arcplus II, Hot start, Arc force and two memories.

Offering higher outputs the Origo product group maintains user friendliness, reliability and efficiency.

The following units all require three-phase electricity.

The Origo Arc 250/300/400 series offers maximum outputs of 250, 285 and 400A at 40 per cent duty cycle.

The series uses the MMA (DC) process without the need for any electronics.

The Origo Arc 410c/650c/810c offer MMA, CAG and basic TIG processes.

Maximum outputs are 400, 650 and 800A at 35 per cent duty cycle.

Special functions are hot start, Arc force and remote control, if desired (wireless with some units).

The Origo Arc 4001i, A22 features the MMA and TIG with Livetig start.

The maximum output is 400A at 35 per cent duty cycle and special functions are Arcplus II with the possibility of remote control.

Finally the Origo Arc 4001i, A24 also has a 400A at 35 per cent maximum output.

Processes are MMA, MIG/MAG (CV-mode) and TIG with Livetig start.

It offers an impressive range of special functions: electrode type selector, Arcplus II, Hot start, Arc force, CC/CV selector, two memories and 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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