Unimig KUPJR55 Instruction manual

OPERATING MANUAL
KUPJR55
2YEARS Warranty
(Power Source)
Please read and understand this instruction manual carefully
before the installation and operation of this equipment.
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© Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD 2013
Thank you for your purchase of your UNIMIG Plasma Cutting Machine.
We are proud of our range of plasma cutting and welding equipment that has a proven track record of
innovation, performance and reliability. Our product range represents the latest developments in Inverter
technology put together by our professional team of highly skilled engineers. The expertise gained from
our long involvement with inverter technology has proven to be invaluable towards the evolution and future
development of our equipment range. This experience gives us the inside knowledge on what the arc
characteristics, performance and interface between man and machine should be. Within our team are
specialist welders that have a proven history of welding knowledge and expertise, giving vital input towards
ensuring that our machines deliver control and performance to the utmost professional level.
We employ an expert team of professional sales, marketing and technical personnel that provide us with
market trends, market feedback and customer comments and requirements. Secondly they provide a
customer support service that is second to none, thus ensuring our customers have confidence that they
will be well satisfied both now and in the future.
UNIMIG welders and plasma cutters are manufactured to be compliant with - AS/NZ 60974-1,
guaranteeing you electrical safety and performance.
WARRANTY
• 2 Years from date of purchase.
•Welding Guns of Australia Pty Ltd Ltd warranties all goods as specified by the manufacturer of those goods.
•This Warranty does not cover freight or goods that have been interfered with.
•All goods in question must be repaired by an authorised repair agent as appointed by this
company.
•Warranty does not cover abuse, mis-use, accident, theft, general wear and tear.
•New product will not be supplied unless Welding Guns of Australia Pty Ltd has inspected
product returned for warranty and agree’s to replace product.
•Product will only be replaced if repair is not possible
• Please view full Warranty term and conditions supplied with machine or at
www.unimig.com.au/warranty.asp or at the back of this manual.
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CONTENTS
PAGE
Warranty
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Safety - Pre Cautions
4-6
Air Plasma Cutting Technology
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Technical Data, Product Information
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Machine Layout & Descriptions
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Set Up and Operating Procedure
10-12
Plasma Cutting Procedure & Techniques
13-15
T-100 & T-150 Plasma Torch Parts Breakdown
16-19
KUPJR55 Machine spare parts
20-21
Trouble Shooting
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Warranty terms
23-25
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SAFETY
IMPORTANT: BEFORE INSTALLING, OPERATING OR CARRYING OUT
MAINTENANCE ON THE PLASMA CUTTER, READ THE CONTENTS OF THIS
MANUAL CAREFULLY, WHICH MUST BE STORED IN A PLACE FAMILIAR TO ALL
USERS FOR THE ENTIRE OPERATIVE LIFE-SPAN OF THE MACHINE.
PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE SAFETY RULES.
THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE USED SOLELY FOR PLASMA CUTTING.
MACHINE OPERATING SAFETY
Plasma cutting equipment can be dangerous to both the operator and people in or near the surrounding
working area, if the equipment is not correctly operated. Equipment must only be used under the strict and
comprehensive observance of all relevant safety regulations. Read and understand this instruction manual
carefully before the installation and operation of this equipment.
Electric shock: It can kill. Touching live electrical parts can cause fatal shocks or severe
burns. The plasma nozzle and work circuit is electrically live whenever the output is on.
The input power circuit and internal machine circuits are also live when power is on.
Do not touch live electrical parts or electrodes with bare skin, gloves or wet clothing.
Incorrectly installed or improperly grounded equipment is dangerous.
•Connect the primary input cable according to Australian and New Zealand standards and regulations.
• Disconnect power source before performing any service or repairs.
•Avoid all contact with live electrical parts of the welding circuit, torch nozzle and work piece with bare
hands. The operator must wear dry welding gloves while he/she performs the plasma cutting task.
•Isolate yourselves from both the earth and the work piece.
• Keep cords dry, free of oil and grease, and protected from hot metal and sparks.
• Frequently inspect input power cable for wear and tear, replace the cable immediately if damaged,
bare wiring is dangerous and can kill.
•Do not use damaged, under sized, or badly joined cables.
•Do not drape cables over your body.
• We recommend (RCD) safety switch is used with this equipment to detect any leakage of current to earth.
Fumes and gases are dangerous. Plasma cutting produces fumes and gases. Harmful
fumes and metallic powders are produced during the cutting operation. Metals which are
painted or coated or which contain mercury, zinc, lead and graphite may produce harmful
concentrations of toxic fumes during cutting. Breathing these fumes and gases can be
hazardous to your health. •Do
not breathe the smoke and gas generated whilst welding or cutting, keep your head out of the fumes
•Keep the working area well ventilated, use fume extraction or ventilation to remove welding fumes and
gases.
•In confined or heavy fume environments always wear an approved air-supplied respirator.
Cutting fumes and gases can displace air and lower the oxygen level causing injury or death.
Be sure the breathing air is safe.
•Do not cut in locations near de-greasing, cleaning, or spraying operations. The heat and rays of the arc
can react with vapours to form highly toxic and irritating gases.
•Materials such as galvanized, lead, or cadmium plated steel, containing elements that can give off toxic
fumes when cuttung. Do not cut these materials unless the area is very well ventilated, and or wearing
an air supplied respirator.
• Always read the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) that should be supplied with the material you are using.These MSDSs will give you the information regarding the kind and amount of fumes and gases that may be dangerous to your health.
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Arc rays: harmful to people’s eyes and skin. Arc rays from the plasma cutting process
produce intense visible and invisible ultraviolet and infrared rays that can burn eyes and skin.
Protect your eyes with welding masks or goggles fitted with filtered lenses, and protect your
body with appropriate safety garments. Protect others by installing adequate shields or
curtains.
•Always wear a helmet or goggles with correct shade of filter lens and suitable protective clothing including
welding gloves, appron, leg and foot protection whilst the plasma cutting operation is performed.
•Measures should be taken to protect people in or near the surrounding working area. Use protective
screens or barriers to protect others from flash,glare and sparks; warn others not to watch the arc.
Fire hazard. Plasma cutting on closed containers, such as tanks,drums, or pipes, can cause them to
explode. Flying sparks from the welding arc, hot work piece, and hot equipment can cause fires and burns.
Accidental contact of electrode to metal objects can cause sparks, explosion, overheating, or fire. Check
and be sure the area is safe before doing any cutting.
•The cutting sparks may cause fire, therefore remove
any flammable materials well away from the working
area. Cover flammable materials and containers with approved covers if unable to be
moved from the welding area.
•Do not Plasma Cut closed containers such as tanks, drums, or pipes, unless they are
properly prepared according to the required Safety Standards to insure that flammable
or toxic vapors and substances are totally removed, these can cause an explosion even
though the vessel has been “cleaned”. Vent hollow castings or containers before heating, cutting or welding. They may explode.
•Do not cut where the atmosphere may contain flammable dust, gas, or liquid vapours (such as petrol)
•Have a fire extinguisher nearby and know how to use it. Be alert that cutting sparks and hot materials
from cutting can easily go through small cracks and openings to adjacent areas. Be aware that cutting
on a ceiling, floor, bulkhead, or partition can cause fire on the hidden side.
Gas Cylinders. Do not cut in the vicinity of pressurised gas cylinders or in the presence of
explosive dust, gases or fumes. Gas cylinders contain gas under high pressure. If damaged,
a cylinder can explode. Because gas cylinders are normally part of the welding process, be
sure to treat them carefully. CYLINDERS can explode if damaged.
•Protect gas cylinders from excessive heat, mechanical shocks, physical damage, slag, open flames,
sparks, and arcs.
•Insure cylinders are held secure and upright to prevent tipping or falling over.
•Never allow the plasma nozzle or earth clamp to touch the gas cylinder, do not drape welding cables
over the cylinder.
•Never plasma cut on a pressurised gas cylinder, it will explode and kill you.
•Open the cylinder valve slowly and turn your face away from the cylinder outlet valve and gas regulator.
Electronic magnetic fields. The magnetic fields created by the high currents generated by
plasma cutting may affect the operation of pacemakers and other vital electronic medical
equipment.
•Wearers of Pacemakers and other Implanted Medical Devices should keep away.
•Implanted Medical Device wearers should consult their doctor and the device manufacturer before going
near any electric welding, cutting or heating operation.
Noise can damage hearing. Noise from some processes or equipment can damage hearing.
This machine does not directly produce noise exceeding 80dB. The plasma cutting/welding
procedure may produce noise levels beyond said limit; users must therefore implement all
precautions required by law. Wear approved ear protection if noise level is high.
Hot parts. Items being plasma cut generate and hold high heat and can cause severe burns.
Do not touch hot parts with bare hands. Allow a cooling period before working on the plasma
torch. Use insulated welding gloves and clothing to handle hot parts and prevent burns.
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CAUTION
1. Working Environment.
1.1 The environment in which this Plasma Cutter equipment is installed must be free of grinding dust,
corrosive chemicals, flammable gas or materials etc, and at no more than maximum of 80% humidity.
1.2 When using the machine outdoors protect the machine from direct sun light, rain water and snow etc;
the temperature of working environment should be maintained within -10°C to +40°C.
1.3 Keep this equipment 30cm distant from the wall.
1.4 Ensure the working environment is well ventilated.
2. Safety Tips.
2.1 Ventilation
This equipment is small-sized, compact in structure, and of excellent performance in amperage output.
The fan is used to dissipate heat generated by this equipment during the welding operation.
Important: Maintain good ventilation of the louvers of this equipment. The minimum distance between
this equipment and any other objects in or near the working area should be 30 cm. Good ventilation is
of critical importance for the normal performance and service life of this equipment.
2.2
Thermal Overload protection.
2.3
Over-Voltage Supply
Should the machine be used to an excessive level, or in high temperature environment, poorly
ventilated area or if the fan malfunctions the Thermal Overload Switch will be activated and the
machine will cease to operate. Under this circumstance, leave the machine switched on to keep the
built-in fan working to bring down the temperature inside the equipment. The machine will be ready for
use again when the internal temperature reaches safe level.
Regarding the power supply voltage range of the machine, please refer to “Main parameter” table.
This equipment is of automatic voltage compensation, which enables the maintaining of the voltage
range within the given range. In case that the voltage of input power supply amperage exceeds the
stipulated value, it is possible to cause damage to the components of this equipment. Please ensure
your primary power supply is correct.
2.4 Do not come into contact with the output terminals while the machine is in operation. An electric shock
may possibly occur.
MAINTENANCE
Exposure to extremely dusty, damp, or corrosive air is damaging to this plasma cutter. In order to prevent
any possible failure or fault of this welding equipment, clean the dust at regular intervals with clean and dry
compressed air of required pressure.
Please note that: lack of maintenance can result in the cancellation of the warranty; the warranty of this
plasma cuting equipment will be void if the machine has been modified, an attempt to take apart the
machine or open the factory-made sealing of the machine without the consent of an authorized
representative of the manufacturer.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Caution: Only qualified technicians are authorized to undertake the repair of this Plasma cutter equipment.
For your safety and to avoid Electrical Shock, please observe all safety notes and precautions
detailed in this manual.
Note:
• Our equipment as described in this manual conforms to all applicable rules and regulations of the
‘LowVoltage Directive’ (European Council Directive 73/23/EEC) as set out and amended by Council
Directive 93/68/EEC) and to the National legislation for the enforcement of this Directive.
• Our equipment as described in this manual conforms to all applicable rules and regulations of the
European Council Directive 89/336/EEC, (EMC Directive) and to the National legislation for he
enforcement of this Directive.
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AIR PLASMA CUTTING TECHNOLOGY
Plasma cutters work by passing an electric arc through a gas that is passing through a constricted opening. The gas
can be air, nitrogen, argon, oxygen. etc. The electric arc elevates the temperature of the gas to the point that it enters a
4th state of matter. We all are familiar with the first three: i.e., Solid, liquid, and gas. Scientists call this additional state
plasma. As the metal being cut is part of the circuit, the electrical conductivity of the plasma causes the arc to transfer to
the work. The restricted opening (nozzle) the gas passes through causes it to squeeze by at a high speed, like air passing
through a venturi in a carburettor. This high speed gas cuts through the molten metal.
Plasma cutting was invented as the result of trying to develop a better welding process. Many improvements then led to
making this technology what it is today. Plasma cutters provide the best combination of accuracy, speed, and afford ability
for producing a variety of flat metal shapes. They can cut much finer, and faster than oxy-acetylene torches.
How a plasma cutter works:
Basic plasma cutters use electricity to superheat air into plasma (the 4th state of matter), which is then blown through the
metal to be cut. Plasma cutters require a compressed air supply and AC power to operate.
Operation:
1. When the trigger is squeezed, DC current flows through the torch lead into the nozzle.
2. Next, compressed air flows through the torch head, through the air diffuser that spirals the air flow around the
electrode and through the hole of the cutting nozzle.
3. A fixed gap is established between the electrode and the nozzle. (The power supply increases voltage in order to maintain aconstant current through the joint.) Electrons arc across the gap, ionizing and super heating the air
creating a plasma stream.
4. Finally, the regulated DC current is switched so that it no longer flows to the nozzle but instead flows from the
electrode to the work piece. Current and airflow continue until cutting is stopped.
Air Diffuser
Electrode Insert
Electrode
Nozzle
Plasma Stream
Shield Cup
Notes:
The nozzle and electrode require periodic replacement. The electrode has an insert of tough high conductive material
such as hafnium and cerium. This insert erodes with use, also the nozzle orifice will erode with use. Quality of the air
used is paramount to longer life of electrodes and nozzles, in short clean dry air gives longer parts life, the cleaner and
dryer the better. We recommend use of a Plasma Air Filter.
What kinds of materials can the plasma cut?
Virtually any metal can be plasma cut including steel, stainless steel, aluminium, brass, copper, etc. Any thickness from
30 gauge through 30mm can be cut, depending on the power of the plasma cutter used.
How Does Plasma Cutting Compare to Oxy-fuel (gas) cutting?
Plasma cutting can be performed on any type of conductive metal - mild steel, aluminium and stainless are some
examples. With mild steel, operators will experience faster, thicker cuts than with alloys. Oxy-fuel cuts by burning, or
oxidizing the metal it is severing. It is therefore limited to steel and other ferrous metals which support the oxidizing
process. Metals like aluminium and stainless steel form an oxide that inhibits further oxidization, making conventional
oxy-fuel cutting impossible. Plasma cutting however does not rely on oxidation to work and thus it can cut aluminium,
stainless and any other conductive material. While different gasses can be used for plasma cutting, most people today
use compressed air for the plasma gas. In most shops, compressed air is readily available, and thus plasma does not
require fuel gas and compressed oxygen for operation. Plasma cutting is typically easier for the novice to master, and on
thinner materials, plasma cutting is much faster than oxy-fuel cutting. However, for heavy sections of steel (25mm and
greater), oxy-fuel is still preferred since oxy-fuel is typically faster and, for heavier plate applications high powered plasma
machines are required for plasma cutting applications.
What are the limitations to Plasma Cutting? Where is Oxyfuel preferred?
The plasma cutting machines are typically more expensive than oxy/acetylene. Also, oxy/acetylene does not require
access to electrical power or compressed air which may make it a more convenient method for some users. Oxyfuel can
generally cut thicker sections (>25mm) of steel more quickly than plasma
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UNIMIG CUT 55
Plasma - 55 Amp Inverter Plasma Cutter
Cuts: Steels, Stainless, Cast Iron, Brass, Copper. Aluminium
55 Amp - 20mm Cut on Steel
415v Inverter Plasma Cutter
Industrial Rated, Lightweight and Portable
Features
• Latest Inverter Technology
• Industrial application
• Safe Euro style torch connection
• Strong metal housing
• Auto protection of over-voltage and over c urrent supply
• Auto protection of short air pressure and thermal overload
• Tolerant to variable power supply
• Suitable to cut all electrically conductive materials
• HF Start
Technical Data
Power Supply / Phases (V-Ph)
Duty Cycle @ 40°c as per AS/NZ60974-1
Rated Power (KVA)
No Load Voltage (V)
Output Current Range (A) Plasma
Rated Output Voltage (V)
Air Flow Draw Off (l/min)
Air Flow Pressure (Bar)
Efficiency (%)
Power Factor
Insulation Class
Protection Class
Plasma Arc Starting
Cutting Thickness - Clean (mm) Cutting Thickness - Severance (mm) Dimensions (mm)
Weight (kg)
Warranty
Certification Approval
415 - 3 +/- 15%
30% @ 55Amps
11.0
270
20-55
104
150-220
5-6 (70-87 psi)
85
0.93
F
IP21S
HF
20
22
540x220x370
21
2 years machine only
AS/NZ60974-1
51851
Circle Cutting Kit
Option
50505-48
50500-12
04151/CS TORCH
Sub-Micronic Cartridge Sub-Micronic Air Filter
Plasma Torch 12 meter Option
Option
Option
Overview
The CUT55 is an inverter-based Plasma cutting machine produced using the latest in IGBT technology. Low cost and portable this
machine is reliable, robust and stacked with features that you can expect from a quality Plasma cutter. The CUT55 produces a high
temperature plasma stream enabling effortless cutting of all electrically conductive materials including steel, cast Iron, stainless steel,
copper, aluminium brass etc. The CUT55 is equipped with a high quality Plasma torch developed specifically to enhance and improve
the cut quality of the CUT55 machine. Connection of the T150 Plasma torch provides powerful, fast and accurate cutting performance,
additional benefit is the T150 longer life cycle consumable electrodes and cutting tips. The HF start function allows effortless and clean
cut start and stand off cutting, contact cutting is possible by installing the contact cutting torch parts. The CUT55 is an exceptional
machine that is suitable for a wide range of applications including general engineering, fabrication, site work, agricultural, repair and
maintenance services. The CUT55 is packaged with a tough T150 Plasma torch, earth lead and air regulator. The CUT55 gives you the
power and performance to get the job done. Built to our specification and manufactured in compliance to AS/NZ60974-1
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Front & Rear Panel Layout
Front Panel Layout
Rear Panel Layout
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(1) Digital Display
(2) Over Current - Thermal Overload LED
a. Abnormal or over current supply - LED ON
b. Overheating of the machine - LED ON
(3) Amperage Control Dial
(4) Torch connection (DC-)
(5) Output connector (DC+) connect to the work piece
(6) Regulator bracket mounts
(7) Primary power input cable
(8) On/Off switch
(9) Air supply connector inlet connection
(Note: the air regulator must be set to 5-6 Bar and the air compressor you are using must
be able to continually supply this pressure and a flow rate of 150-220 litres/min)
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Set Up Procedure for PLASMA Cutting
(1) Connect the T-150 Plasma Torch to the machine. Insert the torch connection into the torch
connection receptacle at the front of the machine and screw up hand tight.
Caution: Be careful not to bend the pins located inside the torch connector.
(2) Connect the earth lead to the output terminal of the machine and tighten.
(3) Connect the air supply to the air connection located at the rear of the machine.
(4) Connect the air supply to the air connection located at the side of the regulator. Connect the regulator air hose to the rear of the machine. Turn on the air supply. Set air supply to 5-6 Bar / 150-220 lpm.
(5) Connect the machine to the correct power supply and switch on the machine using the on/off switch
located at the rear of the machine Turn on the air supply.
(6) Set the Amperage dial to the required setting.
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(1) Connect the T-150 Plasma Torch to the machine.
Insert the torch connection into the torch connection receptacle at the
front of the machine and screw up hand tight.
Caution: Do not to bend the pins located inside the torch connector.
See Page 11 for central adaptor connection
(3) Attach the regulator bracket to
back machine and tighten bolts,
then attached regulator to the
bracket
(4) Connect the air supply to the
air connection located at the side
of the regulator. Connect the
regulator air hose to the rear of the
machine. Turn on the air supply.
Set air supply to
5-6 Bar / 150-220lpm.
(2) Connect the earth lead to the
and tighten.
(5) Connect the machine to the correct power supply and switch
on the machine using the on/off
switch located at the rear of the
machine.
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output terminal of the machine
(6) Set the Amperage dial to the
required setting.
PLASMA CENTRAL ADAPTOR
Directions for use
Attach the male connector (torch side) to the female one(machine side).
Make sure that the positioning pin aligns (A) with the corresponding notch,
and fasten the threaded ring (B).
In order to fasten the ring (B), disengage the anti-rotation device by pressing it on proper hole (C)
with the enclosed tool (D). To disconnect torch remove anti-rotation device first by attaching
enclosed tool (D) to hole (C)
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Operating Procedure for PLASMA Cutting
1) Wear your safety gear. Generally you want
the same type of protective gear as when
welding. Plasma has high arc voltage if the
job or bench is wet and you place your hand
or arm on it you can become part of the circuit
and receive a shock, be sure you are wearing
leather gloves, Full lenght pants and covered
shoes, Wear eye protection a #5 shade is the
minimum eye protection with other shades
required depending on amperage. A face
shield is also recommended,
4) Pull the trigger to energise the arc
and move the torch towards the plate.
When the cutting arc has established
and cut through the edge of the plate
start moving evenly in the direction you
wish to cut,
2) Connect the Earth Clamp securely to
the work piece or the work bench.
5) Correct amperage and travel speed
are important and relevant to material
thickness and are correct when sparks
are exiting from the work piece.
If sparks are spraying up from the work
piece there is insufficient amps selected
or the travel speed is too fast.
Cut Quality
A clean cut depends on several factors:
● amperage
● travel speed
● tip height & position
● tip and electrode quality
● air pressure and quality
● technique
3) Place and hold the torch vertical at the
edge of the plate. note
6) To finish the cutting release the torch
switch. The air flow will continue for 30
seconds to cool the torch head. Do not
disconnect air until this cooling period has
been completed. Failure to do this will
result in torch head damage.
Poor quality cut
Good quality cut
The best quality cut will be produced when all these variables are set correctly for the material thickness
and type of material being cut.
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Operating Procedure & Techniques
for PLASMA Cutting
● Amperage
Standard rule of thumb is the thicker the material the more amperage required.
On thick material, set the machine to full output and vary your travel speed. On thinner material, you need to turn down the
amperage and change to a lower-amperage tip to maintain a narrow kerf. The kerf is the width of the cut material that is removed
during cutting.
● Speed
Amperage and speed are critical to producing a good quality cut. The faster you move (especially on aluminium), the cleaner your
cut will be. To determine if you're going too fast or too slow, visually follow the arc that is coming from the bottom of the cut.
The arc should exit the material at a slight angle away from the direction of travel. If it's going straight down, that means you're
going too slow, and you'll have an unnecessary buildup of dross or slag. If you go too fast, it will start spraying back onto the
surface of the material without cutting all the way through. Because the arc trails at an angle, at the end of a cut, slow your cutting
speed and angle the torch in to cut through the last bit of metal.
● Direction
It is easier to pull the torch towards you than push it. The plasma stream swirls as it exits the tip, biting one side and finishing off
on the other leaving a bevelled edge and a straight edge. The bevel cut effect is more noticeable on thicker material and needs to
taken into consideration before starting your cut as you want the straight side of the cut to be on the finished piece you keep.
● Torch tip height & position
The distance and postion of the plasma torch cutting tip has an affect on the quality of the cut and the extent of the bevel of the cut.
The easiest way to reduce bevel is by cutting at the proper speed and height for the material and amperage that is being cut.
Correct torch height and
square to the material.
Minimum bevel & equal bevel
Longest consumable life
Torch height too high.
Excessive bevel, plasma
stream may not cut all the
way through the material
Torch angled to the material.
Unequal bevel, one side may
be excessively beveled.
Torch height too low.
Reverse bevel. Tip may
contact the work and short
out or damage the tip.
● Tip size and condition
The tip orifices focus the plasma stream to the work piece. It is important to use the correct size tip for the amperage being used,
for example a tip with a 1.0mm orifice is good for 0-40 amps whereas a 1.3mm orifice is better for 40-80 amps. The low-amp tip has
a smaller orifice which maintains a narrow plasma stream at lower settings for use on thin-gauge material. Using a 25 amp tip at an
60 amp setting will blow out and distort the tip orifice and require replacement. Conversely, using an 80-amp tip on the lower
settings will not allow you to focus the plasma stream as well and creates a wide kerf. The condition of the tip orifice is critical to
the quality of the cut result, a worn or damaged tip orifice will produce a distorted plasma stream resulting in a poor cut quality.
New Tip
Worn Tip
● Electrode condition
A fixed gap is established between the electrode and the inside of the cutting tip. Electrons arc across the gap, ionizing and super
heating the air creating the plasma stream. The electrode contains an insert in the end made of a highly conductive material called
hafnium. This insert erodes with use and develops a pit in the end of the electrode, when the pit becomes too much poor quality
cuts will result and necessitate replacement of the electrode.
New Electrode
Worn electrode
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Operating Procedure & Techniques
for PLASMA Cutting
● Air pressure and volume
Air pressure, flow rate and air quality are critical to quality plasma cutting and consumable life span.
The required air pressure and volume can vary from model to model and the manufacturer will provide the specs.
The volume capacity of your compressor is important, if you have a small compressor with exactly the same l/min rating as the
plasma, then the compressor will run continuously when you are plasma cutting, a compressor with a l/min rating slightly higher
than the plasma would be more adequate. If you are doing a lot of cutting, cutting thick plate (same air consumption but slower cut
speeds = longer cut time) then choose a compressor at 1.5 to 2 times the plasma system requirement.
● Air quality
Good air quality is essential to quality plasma cutting and consumable life span.
Compressors take in air at atmospheric pressure and increase the pressure and store it in a tank. Humidity in the air is condensed
in the tank and in the airlines producing water, more so in humid environments. Moisture that forms in air lines has a tendency
to condense into larger drops when the air pressure decreases as it is entering the plasma torch. When these droplets enter into
the high temperatures (as much as 11,000°C) in the plenum of the torch, they immediately break down into oxygen and hydrogen,
which alters the normal chemical content of air in the torch. These elements will then dramatically change the plasma arc which
causes the torch consumable parts to wear very quickly, alters the shape of the nozzle orifice, dramatically affecting cut quality in
terms of edge squareness, dross formation, and edge smoothness. Minimising the moisture in the air supply is absolutely critical to
quality plasma cuts and longevity of consumable parts. As a minimum be sure to drain the receiver (tank) on the air compressor at
least daily.
Most air plasma systems from reputable manufacturers have an on board particulate filter and or a coalescing filter with an auto
drain that will remove some moisture from the air supply. For home workshop and light industrial users the on board air filter is
adequate. Most situations however will require additional filtration to prevent moisture from affecting the quality of the plasma cutter
and in most cases it is recommended to install a sub micronic particulate filter that is designed to trap water through absorption.
This style of filter has a replaceable filter cartridge that absorbs water and must be changed after it is near saturation, it should be
installed close as possible to the air intake of the plasma cutter.
Sub Micronic Filter
Filter Element
● Technique Tips
• It is easier to pull the torch through the cut than to push it.
• To cut thin material reduce the amperage until you get the best quality cut.
• Use the correct size tip orifice for the amperage being used.
• For Straight cuts use a straight edge or cutting buggy as a guide. For circles, use a template or circle cutting attachment.
• Check that the front end consumable parts of the plasma cutting torch are in good condition.
● Starting a cut
Hold the torch vertical at the edge of the
work piece and place the cutting tip on the
workpeice.
Pull the trigger to start the arc.
Start cutting on the edge until the arc has
cut completely through.
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Then, proceed with the cut.
Operating Procedure & Techniques
for PLASMA Cutting
● Hand torch cutting technique
When cutting make sure that sparks are
exiting from the bottom of the work piece.
If sparks are spraying up from the work
piece, you are moving the torch too fast, or
you don't have enough amps set.
Hold the torch vertical and watch the arc as
it cuts along the line.
When sparks are exiting from the bottom of
the work piece, the arc has pierced through
the material.
When the pierce is complete, proceed with
cutting.
● Piercing
Hold the torch at an angle to the work piece,
pull the trigger to start the arc and slowly
rotate it to an upright position.
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PLASMA CUTTING TORCHES
PT25C
T100
Plasma
Plasma
Torch
Torch
&&
Spares
Spares
Air Cooled 100
25 Amp
Amp
1c
28
1
1b
1a
29
2a
1d
3
2
8
8a
1b
4
5
5
10
9
7
6
1d
10
3
4
11
12
24
13
12
16
12
12
12
6
17
20
21
14
25
22
12
Max Current:
Duty Cycle:
Gas Supply:
150A
60%
Air
19
22
27
Technical Data
12
18
26
7
23
23a
15
5
11
Gas Pressure:
Gas Flow:
Arc Ignition:
5.5 Bar
220l/min
HF
Security System: Post Flow Time:
16
Electrical
90 seconds
PLASMA
PLASMA
CUTTING
CUTTING
TORCHES
TORCHES
TD35
T100
Plasma
Plasma
Torch
Torch
&&
Spares
Spares
AirAir
Cooled
Cooled
40 Amp
100 Amp
Spare Parts
Item
WGA Part No.
Description
01252
01352
01452
01552
Hand torch complete with 6 mts cable (central connector)
Hand torch complete with 12 mts cable (central connector)
Machine torch complete with 6 mts cable (central connector)
Machine torch complete with 12 mts cable (central connector)
1
01200 Hand torch head
1a 07301.20 Switch
1b 1c 07301 Handgrip complete with switch
1d 60085 Front insulator
2
01400 Machine torch head
2a 03310 Machine handle
3
06004 Diffusor
4
52540 Electrode
5
60020 Swirl ring
6
51140/S Tip long life ø 1,10
51141/S Tip long life ø 1,35
51142/S Tip long life ø 1,60
51144.24 Gouging tip ø 2,4
51410 Contact tip ø 1,35
51411 Contact tip ø 1,6
8
06005 Extended diffusor
8a 52549 Extended electrode
9
51148 Extended tip ( for contact cutting max. 50A )
10 51148.13 Extended tip ø 1,35 - 90A - ( for 51958 + 51959 or 60380 )
51148.16 Extended tip ø 1,6 - 120A - ( for 51958 + 51959 or 60380 )
11 60328 Nozzle retaining cap
12 7
02000.60 O - Ring
60348 Contact nozzle retaining cap
60348/V Contact nozzle retaining cap, Max.life
13 51952 Spring holder protection nut
14 51911 Spacer spring for code 51952
15 51953 Gouging spacer
16 51950 Spacer for contact cutting, hand
17 51930 Spacer for contact cutting, hand
18 51951 Shield cup, machine
19 51935 Shield cup, machine
20 51957 Shield cup, hand ( max. 50A )
21
51958 Spacer for contact cutting, hand
22 51959 Locking nut
23 60380 Spacer complete with springs
23a 60381 Spare springs
24 51910 Spacer spring
25
60370 Double pointed spacer
26 60371 Crown spacer
27 60373 Gouging spacer
04241 Air and power cable 6 mts 1/8” - Hand torch
04251 Air and power cable 12 mts 1/8” - Hand torch
04321 Air and power cable 6 mts 1/8” - Machine torch
04331 Air and power cable 12 mts 1/8” - Machine torch
04260-EWS Central connector torch side
04265-EWS Central connector machine side
28 60369 Extractor for swirl ring
29 60368 Wrench for electrode
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PLASMA CUTTING TORCHES
PT25C
T150
Plasma
Plasma
Torch
Torch
&&
Spares
Spares
Air Cooled 150
25 Amp
Amp
1c
29
1
1b
30
2a
1c
2
3
8
1b
8a
4
5
1c
5
6
7
10
9
10
10
3
4
5
11
25
12
13
12
16
12
17
17a
12
20
20
14
26
12
22
12
11
24
6
7
21
24a
15
27
23
12
12
19
19a
18
23
28
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PLASMA
PLASMACUTTING
CUTTINGTORCHES
TORCHES
TD35
T150Plasma
Plasma
Torch
Torch
&&
Spares
Spares
AirAir
Cooled
Cooled
40 150
AmpAmp
Spare Parts
Item
1
1a
1b
1c
2
2a
3
4
5
6
7
8
8a
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
17a
18
19
19a
20
21
22
23
24
24a
25
26
27
28
29
30 WGA Part No.
Description
04050/CS
04051/CS
04151/CS
04400/S
04401/S
04501/S
02000
04280/C
02000.60
60080
04300
03310
05004
52540
60020
51140/S
51141/S
51142/S
51143/S
51144
51410
51411
51412
05005
52549
51148
51148.13
51148.16
51148.18
60330
60350
60350/V
51952
51911
51953
51950
51930
51920
51951
51935
51925
51957
51958
51974
51959
60380
60381
51910
60370
60371
60373
60369
60368
04240
04250
04320
04330
Hand torch complete with 6 mts cable (1/8” connection)
Hand torch complete with 6 mts cable (central connector)
Hand torch complete with 12 mts cable (central connector)
Machine torch complete with 6 mts cable (1/8” connection)
Machine torch complete with 6 mts cable (central connector)
Machine torch complete with 12 mts cable (central connector)
Hand torch head
Handgrip with microswitch
O - Ring
Front insulator
Machine torch head
Machine handle
Diffusor
Electrode
Swirl ring
Tip long life ø 1,1
Tip long life ø 1,35
Tip long life ø 1,6
Tip long life ø 1,8
Gouging tip ø 3,0
Contact tip ø 1,35
Contact tip ø 1,6
Contact tip ø 1,8
Extended Diffusor
Extended electrode
Contact extended tip max. 50A
Extended tip ø 1,35 - 90A
Extended tip ø 1,6 - 120A
Extended tip ø 1,8 - 150A
Nozzle retaining cap
Contact nozzle retaining cap,
Contact nozzle retaining cap, Max.life
Spring holder protection nut
Spacer spring for code 51952
Gouging spacer
Spacer for contact cutting, hand
Spacer for contact cutting, hand
Spacer for contact cutting, hand
Shield cup, machine
Shield cup, machine
Shield cup, machine
Shield cup, hand ( max. 50A )
Spacer for contact cutting, hand
Spacer for extended tips High Amp
Locking nut
Spacer complete with springs
Spare springs
Spacer spring
Double pointed spacer
Crown spacer
Gouging spacer
Extractor for swirl ring
Wrench for electrode
Air and power cable 6 mts 1/8” - Hand torch
Air and power cable 12 mts 1/8” - Hand torch
Air and power cable 6 mts 1/8” - Machine torch
Air and power cable 12 mts 1/8” - Machine torch
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Spare Parts IdentiFIcation - KUPJR55
Description
Part Number
1
TOP BOARD5
B01012
10000148
B01154 10000212
2
CENTER BOARD
B02004
10000282
3
BOTTOM BOARD
B03004
B03039
B03081 10000389
1000040910000439
4
LOW VOLTAGE PCB
B04010
10000510
5
HF PCB
B06099
10 000 860
6
PTC PILOT ARC BOARD
B06013
10000860
7COVER
J03049 10012095
8
FRONT PANEL
J02130
10011603
9
RUBBER FEET
J24010
10016489
10
POTENTIOMETER FOR CURRENT ADJUSTMENT
D15101
10006505
11
EURO PALSMA FITTING MACHINE END
C02020
10004622
12
DIGITAL METER
D20021
10006787
13KNOB
C14001 10004904
14
FAN MOTOR
D28075
10007325
15
FAN GRILL
D29003
10007332
16HANDLE
J24005
10016483
17
DINSE CONNECTOR
C02066
10004638
CABLE PLASTIC COUPLER
C13010
10004891
POWER SUPPLY CABLE
B11035
10001411
BASE PLATE
J01023
10011308
19
AIR PRESSURE SWITCH
C15009
10004929
20
GAS SOLENOID VALVE
D27009
10007271
21
OHM RESISTOR 50 WATTS
10005292
22
MAIN SWITCH
10004925
17
12
22
13
16
8
11
18
20
Spare Parts IdentiFIcation - KUPJR55
19
1
2
20
4
5
6
15
21
3
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TROUBLE SHOOTING - KUPJR55
WARNING
There are extremely dangerous voltage and power levels present inside this unit.
Do not attempt to diagnose or repair unit by removing external cover unless you are an authorised repair
agent for UNIMIG.
A. The cutting torch fails to ignite the arc, when torch trigger is pressed.
1. 2. 3.
Gas pressure too high or too low, check and adjust gas pressure to 5-6bar/70-87psi.
The shield cup is not installed correctly, turn off the power source, install and screw it down properly, then turn on the power source.
The electrode, swirl ring or cutting tip is not installed correctly, turn off the power source, install the electrode, swirl ring or cutting tip correctly, and screw shield cup down properly, then turn on the power source.
B. The cutting torch fails to ignite the arc, when torch trigger is pressed the temperature lamp is on.
1. Power Supply is overheated (OC/OT lamp on), let unit cool down for at least 5 minutes. Make sure the unit has not been operated beyond Duty Cycle limit. Refer to page 8 for duty cycle specifications.
2. Faulty components in unit return for repair.
C. No cutting output; Torch activated, power source on; Gas flows; Fan operates
1.
2.
3.
4.
Torch not properly connected to power supply, check that torch leads are properly connected to power supply.
Work cable not connected to work piece, or connection is poor, make sure that work cable has a proper
connection to a clean, dry area of the work piece.
Faulty components in unit return for repair
Faulty Torch, return for repair
D. Low cutting output
1. Incorrect setting of CURRENT (A) control, check and adjust to proper setting.
2. Faulty components in unit, return for repair.
E. Difficult Starting
1. Worn torch parts (consumables), shut off input power. Remove and inspect torch shield cup, cutting tip, swirl ring and electrode. Replace electrode, cutting tip or swirl ring if worn; replace shield cup if excessive spatter has adhered to it.
F. Arc shuts off during operation; arc will not restart when torch switch is activated.
1. Power Supply is overheated (OC/OT lamp on), let unit cool down for at least 5 minutes. Make sure the unit has not been operated beyond Duty Cycle limit. Refer to Section 2 for duty cycle specifications.
2 Torch consumables worn, check torch shield cup, swirl ring, cutting tip and electrode; replace as needed.
3. Faulty components in unit return for repair.
G. No gas flow; the power is lamp on; Fan operates
1. Gas not connected or pressure is too low, check gas connections. Adjust gas pressure to proper setting.
2. Faulty components in unit return for repair.
H. Torch cuts but low quality
1. Current (A) control set too low, increase current setting.
2. Torch is being moved too fast across work piece, reduce cutting speed.
3. Excessive oil or moisture in torch, hold torch 1/8 inch (3 mm) from clean surface while purging and
observe oil or moisture buildup (do not activate torch). If there are contaminants in the air, additional filtering may be needed. Refer to sub-micronic air filter page 8.
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PO Box 3033, Lansvale NSW 2166, AUSTRALIA
112 Christina Rd, Villawood, NSW 2163
Phone: (02) 9780 4200
Fax: (02) 9780 4244
Email: sales@unimig.com.au / Web: www.unimig.com.au
Welding Guns Of Australia Pty Ltd
ABN: 14 001 804 422
Welding Guns Of Australia Pty Ltd (‘Us’, ‘We’) warrants that the following products under UNI-MIG, UNI-TIG,
UNI-PLAS, UNI-FLAME, TECNA, T&R, HIT-8SS & ROTA, supplied by Us and purchased by you from an Authorised
UNI-MIG, UNI-TIG, UNI-PLAS, UNI-FLAME, TECNA, T&R, HIT-8SS & ROTA Dealer throughout Australia are free of
Material and Faulty Workmanship defects except for those products listed under ‘Warranty Exclusions’.
These terms and conditions supersede and exclude all former and other representations and arrangements relating to
any warranties on these products.
WARRANTY PERIOD
We offer the following ‘Warranty Periods’ from ‘date of purchase’:
An Extended Warranty Period of 6 months total shall apply only to Machinery where offered and warranty
is registered online.
UNI-MIG WELDING MACHINES
UNI-MIG DIY Series (Power Source Only)
RAZORWELD Series (Power Source Only)
UNI-MIG Procraft Series (Power Source Only)
UNI-MIG Trade Series (Power Source Only)
UNI-MIG Trade Series SWF (Power Source / Seperate Wire Feeder Only)
UNI-MIG Workshop Series (Power Source Only)
UNI-MIG Workshop Series SWF (Power Source / Separate Wire Feeder Only)
UNI-MIG Jasic Inverter MIG (Power Source Only)
UNI-MIG Jasic Inverter MIG SWF (Power Source / Separate Wire Feeder Only)
UNI-TIG Jasic Inverter TIG (Power Source Only)
UNI-MIG Water Cooler
T&R Pulse MIG (Power Source Only)
T&R Pulse MIG SWF (Power Source / Separate Wire Feeder Only)
UNI-PLAS (Power Source Only)
UNI-PLAS Jasic Series (Power Source Only)
UNI-PLAS Site Cut Series (Power Source Only)
UNI-FLAME Gas Cutting and Welding Kits
UNI-FLAME Straight Line & Gas Cutting Machines (Power Source Only)
UNI-FLAME Regulators Argon/ Acetylene / Oxygen / LPG / Bobbin Flowmeter
UNI-FLAME Automatic Welding Helmet
UNI-MIG Automatic Welding Helmets
TECNA (Power Source Only)
HIT-8SS Automatic Carriage (Power Source Only)
ROTA 102 Rotating table
HOTBOX ElectrodeOven
SPOTCAR 3500
TORCHES -GMAW, GTAW, MMAW, PLASMA, EARTH LEADS,
INTERCONNECTING CABLES, GAS HOSE
2 Years
3 Years
3 Years
3 Years
3 Years
3 Years
3 Years
3 Years
3 Years
3 Years
1 Year
2 Year
2 Year 3 Years
2 Years
1 Year
3 Months 1 Year 1 Year
2 Years
2 Years
1 Year 1 Year
1 Year
1 Year
1 Year
(Clause 3)
(Clause 1&3)
(Clause 1&3)
(Clause 1&3)
(Clause 1&3))
(Clause 1&3)
(Clause 1&3)
(Clause 3)
(Clause 3)
(Clause 3)
(Clause 3)
(Clause 3)
(Clause 3)
(Clause 3)
(Clause 3)
(Clause 3)
(Clause 2&3)
(Clause 3)
3 Months (Clause 3)
(Clause 3)
(Clause 3)
(Clause 3)
(Clause 1) 3 year warranty on transformers, inductor and rectifier. 1 year warranty on PCB, and all other
components, .
(Clause 2) Gas Hose, Flashbacks are subject to and covered by the Manufacture’s Individual Warranty, Contact the
manufacturer for details
(Clause 3) This only Covers Manufactures defaults on all accesories for the first three months after date of purchase.
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WARRANTY / RETURNS / EXCHANGES
We understand that sometimes you may need to return a product you have purchased from Welding Guns Of
Australia PTY LTD Authorised Dealer Network, to assist you, we have set out below the Welding Guns Of Australia
PTY LTD Returns Policy that you should know.
Our Returns Policy includes the rights you have under the Australian Consumer Law and other relevant laws.
Your Rights under the Australian Consumer Law - Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under
the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for
any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the
goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
• You shall inspect the Goods on delivery and shall within seven (7) days of delivery (time being of the essence)
notify Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD of any alleged defect, shortage in quantity, damage or failure to comply
with the description or quote.
• You shall also afford Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD the opportunity to inspect the Goods within a reasonable
time following delivery if you believe the Goods are defective in any way.
• If you shall fail to comply with these provisions the Goods shall be presumed to be free from any defect or damage.
For defective Goods, which Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD has agreed in writing that you are entitled to reject,
Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD liability is limited to either (at the Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD
discretion) replacing the Goods or repairing the Goods except where you have acquired Goods as a consumer within
the meaning of the Trade Practices Act 1974 or the Fair Trading Acts of the relevant state or territories of Australia,
and is therefore also entitled to, at the consumer’s discretion either a refund of the purchase price of the Goods, or
repair of the Goods, or replacement of the Goods.
Returns will only be accepted provided that:
(a) You have complied with the provisions outlined above, and
(b) where the Goods are unable to be repaired, the Goods are returned at your cost within thirty (30) days of the
delivery date, and
(c) Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD will not be liable for Goods which have not been stored or used in a proper
manner, and
(d) the Goods are returned in the condition in which they were delivered and with all packaging material, brochures
and instruction material in as new condition as is reasonably possible in the circumstances.
• Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD Accepts no responsibility for products lost, damaged or mislaid whilst in transit
• Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD may (at their sole discretion) accept the return of Goods for credit but this may
incur a handling fee of up to fifteen percent (15%) of the value of the returned Goods plus any freight costs.
• Where a failure does not amount to a major failure, Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD is entitled to choose
between providing you with a repair, replacement or other suitable remedy.
• Your rights under the Australian Consumer Law are not limited by a defined time. However, the Australian
Consumer Law does recognise that the relevant time period can vary from product to product, depending on factors
such as the nature of the product and the price. Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD adopts the same approach. As
you can appreciate, the type of remedy we can offer you may also vary depending on how long it takes you to return
the product to us.
MAKING A CLAIM
If you wish to make a claim under this Warranty, you should:
• Return the product to the point of purchase either in person or on a prepaid courier; or
• Contact Us by Telephone
Sydney Head Office:
Queensland:
Victoria:
Western Australia:
02 9780 4200 or Mail PO Box 3033 Lansvale NSW 2166.
07 3333 2855
03 8682 9911
08 6363 5111
When returned, the product must be accompanied with the original invoice including the purchase price and
disclosing the purchase date
All costs of installation, cartage, freight, travelling expenses, hiring tools and insurance are paid by the
Customer.
To the extent permitted by law, our total liability for loss or damage of every kind related to the product in any way
whatsoever is limited to the amount paid to the retailer by you for the product or the value of the product.
No responsibility will be taken for products lost, damaged or mislaid whilst in transit.
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WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS
This Warranty covers Material and Faulty Workmanship defects only.
This Warranty does not cover damage caused by:
•
Normal wear and tear due to usage
•
Misuse or abusive use of the UNI-MIG, UNI-TIG, UNI-PLAS, UNI-FLAME, TECNA, T&R, HIT-8SS & ROTA, instructions supplied with the product.
•
Failure to clean or improper cleaning of the product
•
Failure to maintain the equipment such as regular services etc
• Incorrect voltage or non-authorised electrical connections
•
Improper installation
•
Use of non-authorised/non-standard parts
•
Abnormal product performance caused by any ancillary equipment interference or other external factors
•
Failure or any breakage caused by overload, dropping or abusive treatment or use by the customer
•
Repair, modifications or other work carried out on the product other than by an Authorised UNI-MIG, UNI-TIG, UNI-PLAS, UNI-FLAME, TECNA, T&R, HIT-8SS & ROTA Service Dealer
Unless it is a manufacturing fault, this Warranty does not cover the following parts:
MIG Welding Torches and Consumables to suit, such as:
Gas Nozzels, Gas Diffusers, Contact Tip holder, Contact tip, Swan Necks, Trigger, Handle, Liners,
Wire Guide, Drive Roller, Gas Nozzle Spring. Neck Spring, Connector Block, Insulator, Gas Nipple, Cap, Euro Block,
Head Assembly, Gas Block, Trigger Spring, Spring Cable Support, Neck Insulator, Shroud Spring,
Gun Plug Cover, Lock Nut, Snap On Head, Spring Cap, Ball, Motor 42 Volt, Pot 10K standard, Knob, Drive Roll Seat,
Washer, Bow, Ball Bearing, Wire Condue Nipple, Central Plug, Printed Circuit Board, Gun Plug House, Cable
Support, Gas Connector, Handle To Suit PP36 with Knobs, All Xcel-Arc/ Magmaweld Mig Welding Wires &
Electrodes, Arc Leads, Welding Cable, Electrode Holder, Earth Clamps
.
TIG Welding Torches and Consumables to suit, such as:
Tungsten Electrodes, Collet, Collet Body, Alumina Nozzle, Torch Head, Torch Head water Cooled,
Torch Head Flexible,Back Caps, Gas Lens, Torch Handle, Cup Gasket, Torch Body Gas Valve, O-ring,
All UNI-MIG TIG Welding Rods, All Xcel-Arc/ Magmaweld Electrodes, Arc Leads, Welding Cable, Electrode Holder,
Earth Clamps.
PLASMA Cutting Torches and Consumables to suit, such as:
All Cutting Tips, All Diffuser/Swirl Ring, All Electrode, Retaining Caps, Nozzle Springs, All Spacers, All Shield Caps,
All Air and Power Cables, All Switches, All O-rings, All Springs, All Circle Guides and Cutting Kits, Torch Bodies, Air
Filter Regulator, Arc Leads, Welding Cable, Electrode Holder, Earth Clamps
STRAIGHT LINE CUTTING MACHINES and Consumables to suit, such as:
Hoses, Fittings, Track, Cutting Nozzles.
HIT-8SS Welding Carriage Consumables to suit, such as:
Input Cord, Inter-connecting Cord, Triggering Cable.
This Warranty does not cover products purchased:
• From a non-authorised UNI-MIG, UNI-TIG, UNI-PLAS, UNI-FLAME, TECNA,T&R, HIT-8SS & ROTA Dealer
(such as purchases from unauthorised retailers and purchases over the Internet from unauthorised
local/international sellers or sites such as EBay)
• At an auction;
• From a private seller
Unless it is a manufacturing fault, this Warranty does not apply to any products sold to Hire Companies.
These conditions may only be varied with the written approval of the Directors of Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD
REMEMBER TO RETAIN YOUR ORIGINAL INVOICE FOR PROOF OF PURCHASE.
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NOTES
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© Welding Guns Of Australia PTY LTD 2013
Welding Guns Of Australia Pty Ltd
ABN: 14 001 804 422
PO Box 3033, Lansvale NSW 2166, AUSTRALIA
112 Christina Rd, Villawood, NSW 2163
Phone: (02) 9780 4200
Fax: (02) 9780 4244
Email: sales@unimig.com.au / Web: www.unimig.com.au
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