Micro Torch w/3.5" Long Body, 125Amp

Micro Torch w/3.5\" Long Body, 125Amp

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WP-125M-25-R

Micro TIG Torch Package. 125 Amp Water-Cooled, 3.5" (88.9mm) Long Torch Body with 25' (7.6m) Flexible Rubber Power, Water and Gas Hose Set.

Note: 160 Amp (DCSP) Rating When Using 3/32" (2.4mm) Electrode and Quartz Nozzles. Includes 1/16" (1.6mm) 45 Degree Electrode Chuck and Gas Nozzle.

Specifications: W-125 (MT-125)
Amperage 125A DCSP or 80A ACHF @ 100% Duty Cycle.
Water-Cooled body 90°, 45°, & 180° Nozzles (Sold Separately)
Electrode capacity .040" (1mm) -- 3/32" (2.4mm)
Head size Varies by chuck/nozzle type from 5/8" (15.8mm) to 3/4" (19.0mm) long
Torch body weight 2.4 oz. (68.0g)
Torch neck length WP-125M, 3.5" (88.9mm)
WP-125L, 5" (127mm)
Handle diameter 3/4" (19.1mm)
Power Connection 7/8"-14LH Male
Gas Connection 5/8"-18RH Male
Water Connection 5/8"-18LH Male
Part # WP-125M WP-125M-HDL WP-125L WP-125L-HDL WP-125M-25-R WP-125L-25-R
Handle N/A 53N06 N/A 53N06 53N06 53N06
Cable Material N/A N/A N/A N/A Super Flex Super Flex
Cable Length N/A N/A N/A N/A 25' (7.6m) 25' (7.6m)

GETTING STARTED:

Tungsten Electrode Positioning/Tightening Instructions:

  • Tighten 45° & 90° electrode chucks using the inserted tungsten as a lever by rotating clockwise (see Fig. 1).  The tungsten should be inserted through the nozzle orifice, and through the electrode hole in the chuck so that it is flush and does not restrict gas flow.

    Note: Take care to rotate nozzle simultaneously so as not to force tungsten against nozzle causing it to break!
  • Adjust Tungsten length so that rear of tungsten is flush with rear of chuck as shown; (Figs. 2,3, and 4) and protrudes approx. 1/8" beyond the nozzle.

    Note: The electrode must not protrude past the backside of the electrode holding chuck, or it will cause reduced gas flow resulting in poor quality gas coverage.

     
  • When using the P/N (125N90S) low profile 90° nozzle, the tungsten should be inserted through the nozzle orifice, and through the electrode hole in the chuck so that it is flush and does not rest rick gas flow


     
  • Tighten 180° straight style chucks (Fig. 5) with Chuck Wrench P/N (53N20). The tungsten should be inserted through the nozzle orifice, through the electrode hole in the chuck so that it is flush and does not restrict gas flow.

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