Heavy Duty SAW Power Sources SAW process produces the
Heavy Duty SAW Power Sources SAW process produces the highest quality welds at speeds higher than MMA or MIG process. Standard single wire SAW can deposit up to 5 kg/hr and automatic multi-wire technique can reach up to 100 kg/hr. CPRA 800(S) / 1200(S) are reliable power sources offered with AWM (LW) tractor for single wire SAW applications. CPRA 800(S) / 1200(S) • • • • • • Rugged construction Rubberized wheels for ease of mobility For continuous applications up to 1000A Precise voltage control Mains voltage compensation Protection against thermal overloading Auto Weld Major (LW) • • • • • Reliable wire feeding 4 wheel tractor mounted with 3m track Up to 1000A continuous application Mechanical pointer for tracking Wire inch up / down Technical Data Power Source Mains supply, Ph x V, Hz Input current at 415V, A (Max) Input power at 60% duty cycle, kVA(Max) Open circuit voltage, V DC Welding current at 60% duty cycle, A Welding current at 100% duty cycle, A Insulation class Type of cooling Dimensions, l x w x h, mm Weight, Kg CPRA 800(S) CPRA 1200(S) 3 x 415, 50 65 3 x 415, 50 107 47 22 - 55 77 30 - 60 - 1200 800 F Forced Air 960 x 760 x 880 325 1000 F Forced Air 1000 x 800 x 900 375 Welding Head Auto Weld Major (LW) Wire (single) diameter range, mm Wire feed speed, cm/min Welding current, A (continuous) Vertical adjustment, mm Horizontal adjustment, mm Swivel arrangement, Deg Torch tilt, Deg Speed range of tractor, cm/min Hopper capacity, Kg Wheel center of tractor, cm Dimension, l x w x h, mm Ordering Information CPRA 800(S) CPRA 1200(S) Auto Weld Major (LW) 2.4 – 5.0 (Standard), 6.3 (Optional) 50 – 450 1000 150 150 360° ± 45° 0 – 150 10 350 1368 x 410 x 1145 1620652100 1621649303 4621649225 Track for Auto Weld Major (LW) 4621649351 SAW TRACTOR LW IS supplied with 1 set of control cable, 1 No. of Cu 70 sq mm welding cable (each 15m in length) and 1 No. 5m long Cu 70 sq mm welding cable with Earth Clamp.
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