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ESAB Robust Feed PRO User manual
Robust Feed PRO
Instruction manual
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Valid for: serial no. 904-xxx-xxxx
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
SAFETY .......................................................................................................
4
1.1
Meaning of symbols ...............................................................................
4
1.2
California Proposition 65 Warning........................................................
4
1.3
Safety precautions .................................................................................
4
1.4
User responsibility .................................................................................
8
INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................
12
2.1
Equipment ...............................................................................................
12
3
TECHNICAL DATA ......................................................................................
13
4
INSTALLATION............................................................................................
15
4.1
Lifting instructions .................................................................................
15
OPERATION ................................................................................................
17
5.1
Recommended maximum current values for connection cables set
18
5.2
Connections and control devices .........................................................
19
5.3
Cooling liquid connection .....................................................................
19
5.4
Retrofitting an interconnection strain relief kit ...................................
20
5.5
Heat kit switch (Offshore versions only)..............................................
22
5.6
Starting procedure .................................................................................
22
5.7
Lighting inside the wire feed unit .........................................................
22
5.8
Bobbin brake...........................................................................................
22
5.9
Changing and loading wire....................................................................
23
5.10
Changing feed rollers.............................................................................
23
5.11
Changing the wire guides......................................................................
24
5.11.1
Inlet wire guide .....................................................................................
24
5.11.2
Middle wire guide .................................................................................
25
5.11.3
Outlet wire guide ..................................................................................
25
5.12
Roller pressure .......................................................................................
25
5.13
Wear parts storage compartment .........................................................
27
5.14
Attaching the wheel kit ..........................................................................
27
5.14.1
Attaching the wheels to the wheel kit frame .........................................
27
5.14.2
Wire feed unit in vertical position..........................................................
28
5.14.3
Wire feed unit in horizontal position .....................................................
28
Attaching both the wheel kit and the torch strain relief accessory...
29
CONTROL PANEL.......................................................................................
31
6.1
Pro............................................................................................................
31
6.1.1
External control panel...........................................................................
31
6.1.2
Internal control panel ............................................................................
32
6.2
Setting the speed unit of measurement (metric/imperial) ..................
32
6.3
Explanation of functions........................................................................
33
6.4
Overtemperature indicator ....................................................................
34
6.5
Measured values ....................................................................................
34
6.6
Setting the gas flow................................................................................
35
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5
5.15
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Rotating the control panel .....................................................................
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MAINTENANCE ...........................................................................................
36
7.1
Inspection, cleaning and replacement .................................................
36
7.2
Calibration and validation of measured values ...................................
36
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................
37
ORDERING SPARE PARTS ........................................................................
DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................
ORDERING NUMBERS .......................................................................................
WEAR PARTS......................................................................................................
ACCESSORIES ...................................................................................................
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8
9
Rights reserved to alter specifications without notice.
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SAFETY
1.1
Meaning of symbols
As used throughout this manual: Means Attention! Be Alert!
DANGER!
Means immediate hazards which, if not avoided, will result in immediate,
serious personal injury or loss of life.
WARNING!
Means potential hazards which could result in personal injury or loss of life.
CAUTION!
Means hazards which could result in minor personal injury.
WARNING!
Before use, read and understand the instruction manual
and follow all labels, employer's safety practices and
Safety Data Sheets (SDSs).
1.2
California Proposition 65 Warning
WARNING!
Welding or cutting equipment produces fumes or gases that contain chemicals
known in the State of California to cause birth defects and, in some cases, cancer.
(California Health & Safety Code Section 25249.5 et seq.)
WARNING!
This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the
state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Wash hands after use.
For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
1.3
Safety precautions
WARNING!
These Safety Precautions are for your protection. They summarise precautionary
information from the references listed in Additional Safety Information section. Before
performing any installation or operating procedures, be sure to read and follow the
safety precautions listed below as well as all other manuals, material safety data
sheets, labels, etc. Failure to observe Safety Precautions can result in injury or death.
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PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS
Some welding, cutting and gouging processes are noisy and require
hearing protection. The arc, like the sun, emits ultraviolet (UV) and
other radiation and can injure the skin and eyes. Hot metal can cause
burns. Training in the proper use of the processes and equipment is
essential to prevent accidents. Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Wear a welding helmet fitted with a proper shade of filter to protect your face and eyes
when welding or watching.
Always wear safety glasses with side shields in any work area, even if welding
helmets, face shields and goggles are also required.
Use a face shield fitted with the correct filter and cover plates to protect your eyes,
face, neck and ears from sparks and rays of the arc when operating or observing
operations. Warn bystanders not to look at the arc and not to expose themselves to
the rays of the electric-arc or hot metal.
Wear flameproof gauntlet-type gloves, heavy long-sleeve shirt, cuffless pants,
high-topped shoes, and a welding helmet or cap for protection, to protect against arc
rays and hot sparks or hot metal. A flameproof apron may also be desirable as
protection against radiated heat and sparks.
Hot sparks or metal can lodge in rolled up sleeves, trouser cuffs, or pockets. Sleeves
and collars should be kept buttoned and open pockets eliminated from the front of the
clothing.
Protect other personnel from arc rays and hot sparks with a suitable non-flammable
partition or curtains.
Use goggles over safety glasses when chipping slag or grinding. Chipped slag may be
hot and can fly for long distances. Bystanders should also wear goggles over safety
glasses.
FIRES AND EXPLOSIONS
The heat from flames and arcs can start fires. Hot slag or sparks can
also cause fires and explosions. Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Protect yourself and others from flying sparks and hot metal.
Move all combustible materials well away from the work area or cover the materials
with a protective non-flammable covering. Combustible materials include wood, cloth,
sawdust, liquid and gas fuels, solvents, paints, and coating paper, etc.
Hot sparks or hot metal can fall through cracks or crevices in floors or wall openings
and cause a hidden smoldering fire or fires on the floor below. Make certain that such
openings are protected from hot sparks and metal.
Do not weld, cut, or perform other hot work until the work piece has been completely
cleaned so that there are no substances on the work piece which might produce
flammable or toxic vapors. Do not perform hot work on closed containers, they may
explode.
Have fire extinguishing equipment handy for instant use, such as a garden hose,
water pail, sand bucket, or portable fire extinguisher. Be sure you are trained in its
use.
Do not use equipment beyond its ratings. For example, an overloaded welding cable
can overheat and create a fire hazard.
After completing work, inspect the work area to make sure there are no hot sparks or
hot metal that could cause a fire later. Use fire watchers when necessary.
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ELECTRICAL SHOCK
Contact between live electrical parts and earth can cause severe injury
or death. DO NOT use AC welding current in damp areas, if movement
is confined, or if there is danger of falling. Therefore:
1.
Be sure the power source frame (chassis) is connected to the earth system of the
input power.
2. Connect the workpiece to a good electrical earth.
3. Connect the work cable to the workpiece. A poor or missing connection can expose
you or others to a fatal shock.
4. Use well-maintained equipment. Replace worn or damaged cables.
5. Keep everything dry, including clothing, work area, cables, torch/electrode holder and
power source.
6. Make sure that all parts of your body are insulated from both the work piece and from
the ground.
7. Do not stand directly on metal or the ground while working in tight quarters or a damp
area; stand on dry boards or an insulating platform and wear rubber-soled shoes.
8. Put on dry, hole-free gloves before turning on the power.
9. Turn off the power, before removing your gloves.
10. Refer to ANSI/ASC Standard Z49.1 for specific grounding recommendations. Do not
mistake the work lead for a earth cable.
ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS
May be dangerous. Electric current flowing through any conductor
causes localized Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF). Welding and
cutting current creates EMF around welding cables and welding
machines. Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
Welders with pacemakers fitted should consult their doctor before welding. EMF may
interfere with some pacemakers.
Exposure to EMF may have other health effects which are unknown.
Welders should use the following procedures to minimize exposure to EMF:
a) Route the electrode and work cables together. Secure them with tape when
possible.
b) Never coil the torch or work cable around your body.
c) Do not place your body between the torch and work cables. Route cables on
the same side of your body.
d) Connect the work cable to the workpiece as close as possible to the area being
welded.
e) Keep the welding power source and cables as far away from your body as
possible.
FUMES AND GASES
Fumes and gases, can cause discomfort or harm, particularly in
confined spaces. Shielding gases can cause asphyxiation. Therefore:
1.
2.
Keep your head out of the fumes. Do not breathe the fumes and gases.
Always provide adequate ventilation in the work area by natural or mechanical means.
Do not weld, cut or gouge on materials such as galvanized steel, stainless steel,
copper, zinc, lead beryllium or cadmium unless positive mechanical ventilation is
provided. Do not breathe in the fumes from these materials.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
Do not operate near degreasing and spraying operations. The heat or arc can react
with chlorinated hydrocarbon vapors to form phosgene, a highly toxic gas, and other
irritant gases.
If you develop momentary eye, nose or throat irritation while operating, this is an
indication that the ventilation is not adequate. Stop work and take the necessary steps
to improve ventilation in the work area. Do not continue to operate if physical
discomfort persists.
Refer to ANSI/ASC Standard Z49.1 for specific ventilation recommendations.
WARNING: This product when used for welding or cutting, produces fumes or gases
that contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause birth defects and in
some cases cancer (California Health & Safety Code §25249.5 et seq.)
CYLINDER HANDLING
Cylinders, if mishandled, can rupture and violently release gas. A
sudden rupture of cylinder valve or relief device can injure or kill.
Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Locate cylinders away from heat, sparks and flames. Never strike an arc on a cylinder.
Use the proper gas for the process and use the proper pressure reducing regulator
designed to operate from the compressed gas cylinder. Do not use adapters. Maintain
hoses and fittings in good condition. Follow the manufacturer's operating instructions
for mounting a regulator to a compressed gas cylinder.
Always secure cylinders in an upright position, by chain or strap, to suitable hand
trucks, undercarriages, benches, wall, post or racks. Never secure cylinders to work
tables or fixtures where they may become part of an electrical circuit.
When not in use, keep cylinder valves closed. Have valve protection cap in place if
regulator is not connected. Secure and move cylinders by using suitable hand trucks.
MOVING PARTS
Moving parts, such as fans, rotors and belts can cause
injury. Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Keep all doors, panels, guards, and covers closed and securely in place.
Stop the engine or drive systems before installing or connecting a unit.
Have only qualified people remove covers for maintenance and troubleshooting as
necessary
To prevent accidental starting of equipment during service, disconnect negative (-)
battery cable from battery.
Keep hands, hair, loose clothing and tools away from moving parts.
Reinstall panels or covers and close doors when service is finished and before
starting engine.
WARNING!
FALLING EQUIPMENT CAN INJURE
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Only use lifting eye to lift unit. Do NOT use running gear, gas cylinders or any
other accessories.
Use equipment of adequate capacity to lift and support unit.
If using lift forks to move unit, be sure forks are long enough to extend beyond
opposite side of unit.
Keep cables and cords away from moving vehicles when working from an
aerial location.
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WARNING!
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
Faulty or improperly maintained equipment can cause injury or death.
Therefore:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Always have qualified personnel perform the installation, troubleshooting and
maintenance work. Do not perform any electrical work unless you are
qualified to perform such work.
Before performing any maintenance work inside a power source, disconnect
the power source from the incoming electrical power.
Maintain cables, earthing wire, connections, power cord and power supply in
safe working order. Do not operate any equipment in faulty condition.
Do not abuse any equipment or accessories. Keep equipment away from
heat sources such as furnaces, wet conditions such as water puddles, oil or
grease, corrosive atmospheres and inclement weather.
Keep all safety devices and cabinet covers in position and in good repair.
Use equipment only for its intended purpose. Do not modify it in any manner.
CAUTION!
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INFORMATION
For more information on safe practices for electric arc welding and cutting
equipment, ask your supplier for a copy of “Precautions and Safe Practices for
Arc Welding, Cutting and Gouging.” Form 52-529.
The following publications are recommended to you:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
1
0.
1.4
ANSI/ASC Z49.1 - “Safety in Welding and Cutting”
AWS C5.5 - “Recommended Practices for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding”
AWS C5.6 - “Recommended Practices for Gas Metal Arc welding”
AWS SP - “Safe practices” - Reprint, Welding Handbook
ANSI/AWS F4.1 - “Recommended Safe Practices for Welding and Cutting of
Containers That Have Held Hazardous Substances”
OSHA 29 CFR 1910 - "Safety and health standards"
CSA W117.2 - "Code for safety in welding and cutting"
NFPA Standard 51B, “Fire Prevention During Welding, Cutting, and Other
Hot Work"
CGA Standard P-1, “Precautions for Safe Handling of Compressed Gases in
Cylinders”
ANSI Z87.1, "Occupational and Educational Personal Eye and Face
Protection Devices"
User responsibility
Users of ESAB equipment have the ultimate responsibility for ensuring that anyone who
works on or near the equipment observes all the relevant safety precautions. Safety
precautions must meet the requirements that apply to this type of equipment. The following
recommendations should be observed, in addition to the standard regulations that apply to
the workplace.
All work must be carried out by trained personnel well-acquainted with the operation of the
equipment. Incorrect operation of the equipment may lead to hazardous situations, which
could result in injury to the operator and damage to the equipment.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Anyone who uses the equipment must be familiar with:
○ its operation
○ the location of emergency stops
○ its function
○ the relevant safety precautions
○ welding and cutting or other applicable operation of the equipment
The operator must ensure that:
○ no unauthorized person is within the working area of the equipment when it is
started up
○ no-one is unprotected when the arc is struck or work is started with the
equipment
The workplace must:
○ be suitable for the purpose
○ be free from drafts
Personal safety equipment:
○ Always wear recommended personal safety equipment, such as safety glasses,
flame-proof clothing, safety gloves
○ Do not wear loose-fitting items, such as scarves, bracelets, rings, etc., which
could become trapped or cause burns
General precautions:
○ Make sure the return cable is connected securely
○ Work on high voltage equipment may only be carried out by a qualified
electrician
○ Appropriate fire extinguishing equipment must be clearly marked and close at
hand
○ Lubrication and maintenance must not be carried out on the equipment during
operation
WARNING!
Wire feeders are intended to be used in GMAW (MIG/MAG) mode only.
If used in any other welding mode, such as SMAW (MMA), the welding cable between
wire feeder and power source must be disconnected, or else the wire feeder becomes
live or energized.
WARNING!
The right and left side doors of the wire feed unit must be closed and locked when
welding and/or wire feeding occurs. Never weld or feed the wire unless both doors are
closed.
WARNING!
Arc welding and cutting may cause injury to yourself and others. Take precautions
when welding and cutting.
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ELECTRIC SHOCK - Can kill
•
•
•
Do not touch live electrical parts or electrodes with bare skin, wet gloves,
or wet clothing
Insulate yourself from work and ground.
Ensure your working position is safe
ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS - Pose health risks
•
•
•
Welders with pacemakers fitted should consult their doctor before welding.
EMF may interfere with some pacemakers.
Exposure to EMF may have other health effects which are unknown.
Welders should use the following procedures to minimize exposure to
EMF:
○ Route the electrode and work cables together on the same side of
your body. Secure them with tape when possible. Do not place your
body between the torch and work cables. Never coil the torch or work
cable around your body. Keep the welding power source and cables
as far away from your body as possible.
○ Connect the work cable to the workpiece as close as possible to the
area being welded.
FUMES AND GASES - Can be dangerous to your health
•
•
Keep your head out of the fumes
Use ventilation, extraction at the arc, or both, to take fumes and gases
away from your breathing zone and the general area
ARC RAYS - Can injure eyes and burn skin
•
•
Protect your eyes and body. Use the correct welding screen and filter lens
and wear protective clothing
Protect bystanders with suitable screens or curtains
NOISE - Excessive noise can damage hearing
Protect your ears. Use ear defenders or other hearing protection.
MOVING PARTS - Can cause injuries
•
•
•
Keep all doors, panels and covers closed and securely in place. Have only
qualified people remove covers for maintenance and troubleshooting as
necessary. Reinstall panels or covers and close doors when service is
finished and before starting engine.
Stop engine before installing or connecting unit.
Keep hands, hair, loose clothing and tools away from moving parts.
FIRE HAZARD
•
•
Sparks (spatter) can cause a fire. Therefore, make sure that there are no
inflammable materials nearby
Do not use on closed containers.
MALFUNCTION - Call for expert assistance in the event of malfunction.
PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS!
CAUTION!
This product is solely intended for arc welding.
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ESAB has an assortment of welding accessories and personal protection equipment
for purchase. For ordering information, contact your local ESAB dealer or visit us on
our website.
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2 INTRODUCTION
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INTRODUCTION
The Robust Feed PRO wire feed unit is intended for MIG/MAG welding in conjunction with
the following welding power sources:
•
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•
•
Warrior™ 400i CC/CV
Warrior™ 500i CC/CV
Warrior™ 400i MV
Warrior™ 350i MV
The wire feed unit comes in different versions (see the "ORDERING NUMBERS" appendix).
The wire feed units are sealed and contain four-wheel drive wire feed mechanisms as well as
control electronics.
They can be used together with wire on ESAB's Marathon Pac™ or on wire bobbin (standard
Ø 200 mm and Ø 300 mm).
The wire feed unit can be placed on a trolley, suspended above the workplace or on the floor
(standing up or laying down and with or without a wheel set).
ESAB accessories for the product can be found in the "ACCESSORIES" chapter of
this manual.
2.1
Equipment
Robust Feed PRO is supplied with:
•
Instruction manual
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TECHNICAL DATA
Robust Feed PRO, valid from serial no. 904-xxx-xxxx
Power Supply voltage
42 V AC, 50–60 Hz
Power requirement
181 VA
Rated supply current I1
4.3 A
Settings data:
Wire feed speed
0.8–25.0 m/min (32–984 in./min) *)
Creep start
OFF or ON
2/4-stroke
2-stroke or 4-stroke
Wire selection
Solid or Cored
Crater fill
From 0 s (OFF) to 5 s
Torch connection
EURO, Tweco #4, Tweco #5
Max. diameter wire bobbin
12 in (300 mm)
Wire dimension:
Fe
0.6–2.0 mm (0.023–5/64 in.)
Ss
0.6-1.6 mm (0.023-1/16 in.)
Al
1.0-1.6 mm (0.040-1/16 in.)
Cored wire
0.9-2.4 mm (0.035-3/32 in.)
Weight:
Robust Feed PRO
37.1 lb (16.9 kg)
Robust Feed PRO, Water
37.8 lb (17.2 kg)
Robust Feed PRO Offshore
38.1 lb (17.3 kg)
Robust Feed PRO Offshore, Water
38.7 lb (17.6 kg)
Robust Feed PRO, Tweco
37.1 lb (16.9 kg)
Robust Feed PRO Offshore, Tweco
38.1 lb (17.3 kg)
Maximum weight wire spool
18.5 kg (40.8 lbs)
Dimensions (L×W×H) Robust Feed PRO
26.6×10.4×16.5 in (675×265×418 mm)
Operating temperature
-20° to +55 °C (-4 to +131 °F)
Transport and storage temperature
-40° to +80 °C (-40° to +176 °F)
Shielding gas
All types intended for MIG/MAG welding
Maximum gas pressure
5 bar (0.5 MPa)
Coolant (for "Robust Feed PRO, Water" and ESAB's ready mixed coolant
"Robust Feed PRO Offshore, Water")
Maximum coolant pressure
5 bar (0.5 MPa)
Permissible load at +40°C:
50% duty cycle
550 A
60% duty cycle
500 A
100% duty cycle
400 A
Permissible load at +55 °C:
50% duty cycle
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Robust Feed PRO, valid from serial no. 904-xxx-xxxx
60% duty cycle
500 A
100% duty cycle
400 A
Enclosure class
IP44
*) Maximum speed is guaranteed across the whole speed range for all wires. For 2.0-mm
solid wires and 2.4-mm cored wires, speed is guaranteed within the speed range of
0.8–8.0 m/min (32–315 in./min). The Robust Feed PRO will be able to achieve higher
feeding speed above 8.0 m/min (315 in./min), but with higher tolerances.
Duty cycle
The duty cycle refers to the time as a percentage of a ten-minute period that you can weld or
cut at a certain load without overloading.
Enclosure class
The IP code indicates the enclosure class, i.e. the degree of protection against penetration
by solid objects or water.
Equipment with the IP44 marking is intended for indoor and outdoor use and can withstand
rain from all directions.
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INSTALLATION
The installation must be carried out by a professional.
WARNING!
When welding in an environment with increased electrical danger, only power sources
intended for this environment may be used. These power sources are marked with the
symbol
.
CAUTION!
This product is intended for industrial use. In a domestic environment, this product
may cause radio interference. It is the user's responsibility to take adequate
precautions.
4.1
Lifting instructions
CAUTION!
Risk of crushing when lifting the wire feeder. Protect yourself and warn bystanders of
the risk.
CAUTION!
To avoid personal injury and damage to the equipment, lift using the methods and
attachment points detailed below.
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CAUTION!
Do not place heavy objects on the wire feeder when lifting. Objects should not be
secured. The lifting points are rated for a maximum total weight of 40 kg/90 lb when
lifted using the two outer upper lifting handles in accordance with the illustration
above.
The 40 kg/90 lb approved weight includes the wire feeder and any accessories (the
standard feeder weight is 17.6 kg/38.7 lb). For all weights, please see the
TECHNICAL DATA chapter.
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OPERATION
General safety regulations for handling the equipment can be found in the "SAFETY"
chapter of this manual. Read it through before you start using the equipment!
WARNING!
To avoid shock, do not touch the electrode wire or parts in contact with it, or
uninsulated cable or connections.
NOTE!
When moving the equipment, use the handle intended for transportation. Never pull
the equipment by the welding torch.
WARNING!
Make sure the side panels are closed during operation.
WARNING!
To prevent the reel from sliding off
the brake hub, lock the reel in place
by tightening the brake hub nut.
NOTE!
Replace the brake hub nut and the
brake hub sleeve if they are worn
out and don't lock properly.
CAUTION!
Before threading welding wire, make sure the chisel point and burrs have been
removed from the end of the wire to prevent the wire from jamming in the torch liner.
WARNING!
Rotating parts can cause injury, take great care.
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WARNING!
Secure the equipment, especially if used on an uneven or sloping surface.
5.1
Recommended maximum current values for connection
cables set
At an ambient temperature of +25 °C and a normal 10-minute cycle:
Imax
400 A (60% duty cycle)
350 A (100% duty cycle)
500 A (60% duty cycle)
400 A (100% duty cycle)
Cable area
Cable length
Note
0.5 ft (70
mm)2
2-35 m
19 pole, 19 pole with coolant
0.5 ft (95
mm)2
2-35 m
19 pole, 19 pole with coolant
At an ambient temperature of +40 °C and a normal 10-minute cycle:
Imax
350 A (60% duty cycle)
300 A (100% duty cycle)
430 A (60% duty cycle)
375 A (100% duty cycle)
Cable area
Cable length
Note
0.5 ft (70
mm)2
2-35 m
19 pole, 19 pole with coolant
0.5 ft (95
mm)2
2-35 m
19 pole, 19 pole with coolant
Duty cycle
The duty cycle refers to the time as a percentage of a ten-minute period that you can weld or
cut at a certain load without overloading.
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5.2
Connections and control devices
1. External control panel (see the
"CONTROL PANEL" chapter)
2. BLUE connection for cooling liquid to the
welding torch 1)
3. RED connection for cooling liquid from
the welding torch 1)
4. Connection for the Tweco trigger cable
(only in combination with Tweco torch)
5. Connection for the remote control unit
(optional)
6. Connection for the welding torch (Euro
or Tweco type)
7. Internal control panel (see the
"CONTROL PANEL" chapter)
8. Heat kit switch (Offshore versions)
9. Wire inlet for use with Marathon Pac™
(optional)
10. Interconnection strain relief for cables from
power source
11. Connection for welding current from power
source (OKC)
12. RED connection for cooling liquid to the
power source (the cooling unit) 1)
13. BLUE connection for cooling liquid from
the power source (the cooling unit) 1)
14. Connection for shielding gas
15. Connection for control cable from power
source
NOTE!
1)
Cooling liquid connections are only available on certain models.
WARNING!
The right and left side doors of the wire feed unit must be closed and locked when
welding and/or wire feeding occurs. Never weld or feed the wire unless both doors
are closed.
5.3
Cooling liquid connection
When connecting a liquid-cooled welding torch, the main power supply switch of the power
source must be in the OFF position and the cooling unit switch must be in position 0.
A liquid cooling kit can be ordered as an accessory (see the "ACCESSORIES" appendix).
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The diagram above illustrates the retrofitting of the interconnection strain relief kit (order no.
0446 050 880) where the welding current and control cables, in addition to the cooling liquid
and shielding gas hoses (if applicable) are routed through the strain relief device.
Using a pre-assembled interconnection cable kit, which includes the strain relief, is also an
option (see the "ACCESSORIES" appendix).
NOTE!
• The interconnection strain relief should be clamped onto clean cables.
• Locate the welding current cable in the larger (2) of the two holes in the
strain relief clamp.
• Ensure that the cable ties wrapped around the insulating sleeve (9) are
securely tightened.
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5.5
Heat kit switch (Offshore versions only)
Welding OFF
Welding ON
Heat ON and welding OFF
The bobbin area is heated to keep the
welding wire dry. Heating the bobbin
area is highly advantageous in
environments with high levels of
humidity or where the temperature
fluctuates throughout the day.
5.6
Starting procedure
When the wire feed starts, the power source generates the welding voltage. If there is no
welding current flow within three seconds, the power source switches the welding voltage off.
The wire feed continues until the welding torch's switch is switched to off.
NOTE!
It is important that the power source used together with the feeder is set to GMA
(MIG/MAG) mode when the system is powered on! This is to ensure that calibration is
made between the feeder and the power source before any welding can be done. If
the power source is set to another welding method at power on, the voltage settings
on the feeder panel cannot be guaranteed! If this happens, switch off the power
source, set the mode switch to GMA (MIG/MAG) and restart the power source again!
5.7
Lighting inside the wire feed unit
Lights are fitted inside the cabinet of the wire feed unit. The lights automatically switch on
when the feeder is started, when any of the parameters on the internal control panel are
changed, when wire inching is performed and after welding tasks. The lights automatically
switch off after a few minutes.
5.8
Bobbin brake
The bobbin brake force should be increased just enough to prevent wire feed overrun. The
actual brake force required depends on the wire feed speed and the size and weight of the
bobbin spool.
Do not overload the bobbin brake. If the brake force is too high, it may overload the motor,
resulting in a lower-quality welding result.
The bobbin brake force is adjusted using the 6-mm hexagon Allen screw in the middle of the
brake hub nut.
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5.9
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Changing and loading wire
Open the left door of the wire feeder.
Untighten and remove the brake hub nut and remove the old wire spool.
Insert a new wire spool into the feeder unit and straighten out the new welding wire by
10–20 cm. File away any burrs and sharp edges from the end of the wire before
inserting it into the feeder mechanism.
Lock the wire spool onto the brake hub by tightening the brake hub nut.
Thread the wire through the feeder mechanism (according to the illustration on the
inside of the feeder unit).
Close and lock the left door of the wire feeder.
NOTE!
Replace the brake hub nut and the brake hub sleeve if they are worn out and don't
lock properly.
5.10
Changing feed rollers
When changing to a different type of wire, the feed rollers should also be changed to match
the new type of wire. For more information about correct feed rollers depending on wire
diameter and type, see the WEAR PARTS appendix. For tips about easy access to essential
wear parts, see the "Wear parts storage compartment" section in this manual.
1.
2.
Open the left door of the wire feeder.
Unlock the feed rollers to be swapped by rotating the roller quick lock (A) for each
roller.
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3.
Relieve the pressure on the feed rollers by folding the tensioner units (B) down, which
in turn releases the swing arms (C).
4.
Remove the feed rollers and install the correct ones (according to the WEAR PARTS
appendix).
Reapply pressure to the feed rollers by pushing the swing arms (C) downward and
secure them using the tensioner units (B).
Lock the rollers into place by rotating the roller quick locks (A).
Close and lock the left door of the wire feeder.
5.
6.
7.
5.11
Changing the wire guides
When changing to a different type of wire, the wire guides may need to be changed to match
the new type of wire. For information about the correct wire guides depending on wire
diameter and type, see the WEAR PARTS appendix. For tips about easy access to essential
wear parts, see the "Wear parts storage compartment" section in this manual.
5.11.1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Inlet wire guide
Unlock the inlet wire guide quick
lock (A) by folding it out.
Remove the inlet wire guide (B).
Fit the correct inlet wire guide
(according to the WEAR PARTS
appendix).
Lock the new inlet wire guide into
place using the wire guide quick
lock (A).
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5.11.2
1.
2.
Apply a small amount of pressure to
the middle wire guide clip and
remove the middle wire guide (A).
Push in the correct type of wire
guide (according to the WEAR
PARTS appendix). The clip
automatically locks the wire guide
when in the correct position.
5.11.3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Middle wire guide
Outlet wire guide
Remove the lower right feed roller
(see the "Changing feed rollers"
section).
Remove the middle wire guide (see
the "Middle wire guide" section).
Unlock the outlet wire guide quick
lock (A) by folding it out.
Remove the outlet wire guide (B).
Install the correct outlet wire guide
(according to the WEAR PARTS
appendix).
Lock the new outlet wire guide into
place using the wire guide quick
lock (A).
Reattach the second pair of feed
rollers and reapply the roller
pressure (see the "Changing feed
rollers" section).
5.12
Roller pressure
The roller pressure should be adjusted separately on each tensioner unit, depending on the
material and diameter of the wire used.
Start by making sure that the wire moves smoothly through the wire guide. Then set the
pressure of the wire feeder's pressure rollers. It is important that the pressure is not too high.
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Figure A
Figure B
To check that the feed pressure is set correctly, you can feed out the wire against an
insulated object, e.g. a piece of wood.
When you hold the welding torch approx. 5 mm from the piece of wood (figure A) the feed
rollers should slip.
If you hold the welding torch approx. 50 mm from the piece of wood, the wire should be fed
out and bend (figure B).
The table below serves as a guideline showing approximate roller pressure settings for
standard conditions with correct bobbin brake force. If the torch cables are long, dirty or
worn, the pressure setting may need to be increased. Always check the roller pressure
setting on a case-by-case basis by feeding out the wire against an insulated object as
described above. A table showing approximate settings can also be found on the inside of
the left door of the wire feeder.
Wire diameter (in.) .023 .030 .040 .045 .052 1/16 .070 5/64 3/32
(mm) 58.3 58.3 58.3 58.3 58.3 58.3 58.3 58.3 58.3
/ 0.6 / 0.8 / 1.0 / 1.2 / 1.4 / 1.6 / 1.8 / 2.0 / 2.4
Pressure setting
Wire material Fe, Ss Tensioner unit 1
58.3 / 2.5
Tensioner unit 2
3-3.5
Cored Tensioner unit 1
2
Tensioner unit 2
Al
1. Tensioner unit 1
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5.13
Wear parts storage compartment
A wear parts storage compartment is located on the inside of the left door of the wire feeder,
providing easy access to an extra set of rollers and wire guides.
1. Inlet wire guide
2. Middle wire guide
3. Outlet wire guide
4. Feed rollers (×4 pcs.)
5. Contact tips for the welding torch (×4 pcs.)
5.14
Attaching the wheel kit
5.14.1
Attaching the wheels to the wheel kit frame
Before attaching the wire feed unit to the wheel kit, fasten the wheels to the frame using the
M12 screws, washers and nuts, using a tightening torque of 40 ±4 Nm (354 ±35.4 in. lb). The
fixed wheels at the rear end should be positioned parallel to the frame.
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5.14.2
Wire feed unit in vertical position
5.14.3
Wire feed unit in horizontal position
NOTE!
In order to attach the wire feeder to the wheel kit in the horizontal position, the two
bumpers on the wire feeder door must be removed.
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5.15
Attaching both the wheel kit and the torch strain relief
accessory
If the torch strain relief accessory is to be used with the wheel kit when it is fitted in the
vertical position, the assembly steps below must be completed in the following order:
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1.
2.
3.
Attach the torch strain relief to the wire feed unit, using the two Torx 5 screws.
Attach the wheel kit to the wire feeder using the two screw joints near the rear end of
the wire feeder. Ensure that the two distance washers are inserted between the wheel
kit and the wire feeder.
Fasten the wheel kit and the torch strain relief to the wire feeder using the two screw
joints located closer to the front end of the wire feeder.
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6
CONTROL PANEL
6.1
Pro
6.1.1
External control panel
1. Display, shows set or measured value
2. Knob for setting the voltage (V)
3. Knob for setting the wire feed speed
(m/min or in./min)
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when the temperature of the wire feeder is
approaching a critical level or has already
reached the critical level
5. Push button for wire inching
6. Push button for gas purge
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6.1.2
Internal control panel
1. Knob for continuous adjustment of the
crater fill time from zero (OFF) to
five seconds
2. Switch for the selection of 2-stroke or
4-stroke
3. Switch for the selection of creep start
6.2
4. Switch for the selection of solid (SCT ON)
or cored (SCT OFF) wire
5. Knob for setting the gas flow rate (optional)
Setting the speed unit of measurement (metric/imperial)
The unit of measurement for the wire feed unit is set to metric (m/min) or imperial (inch/min)
in the factory, depending on the country/region. The unit of measurement may also be set via
a so-called "hidden function". To change the unit of measurement from metric to imperial or
vice versa, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the hidden functions by keeping the wire inching and gas purging buttons
pressed down simultaneously for three seconds.
The left display will show a flashing "C" letter (which denotes the unit of measurement)
and a value ("0" or "1"). At the same time, the currently selected speed unit ("m/min"
or "inch/min") will light up to the right of the right display.
2.
Set the preferred unit of measurement (metric or imperial) by turning the voltage
control knob.
Save the selected speed unit setting, leave the hidden functions and return to the
default panel view by keeping the gas purge button pressed down for three seconds.
3.
Function letter Function
C
Unit of measurement
0 = inch/min, 1 = m/min
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6.3
Explanation of functions
Open the door to access the 2-stroke/4-stroke, the solid/cored wire, the creep start and the
crater fill functions, as well as the knob for setting of the gas flow rate (optional).
Gas purging
Gas purging is used when measuring the gas flow, or to flush any air or moisture
from the gas hoses before welding starts. Gas purging takes place for as long as
the button is held depressed and takes place without voltage or wire feed
starting.
Wire inching
Wire inching is used when feeding wire without applying a welding voltage. The
wire is fed as long as the button is depressed.
Wire feed speed
This function sets the required feed speed of the filler wire. The selected wire
feed speed is shown on the display and the text "m/min" or "inch/min" provided
next to the display shows the unit that is in use.
2-stroke
With 2-stroke gas, pre-flow starts when the welding torch trigger switch is
pressed. The welding process then starts. Releasing the trigger switch stops
welding entirely and starts gas post-flow.
4-stroke
With 4-stroke, the gas pre-flow starts when the welding torch trigger switch is
pressed. The wire feed starts when the switch is released. The welding process
continues until the switch is pressed again. The wire feed then stops and
welding is suspended. The gas post-flow starts when the switch is released.
Wire selection – Cored wire
When cored wire is selected, a constant burnback time is automatically used
when the trigger is released to adapt to welding with cored wire.
Wire selection – Solid wire
When solid wire is selected, Short Circuit Termination (SCT) behavior is
automatically used when the trigger is released to adapt to welding with solid
wire.
SCT is a way to stop the welding with some small short circuits to reduce the
end crater and oxidation. It also gives the advantage of a good start
performance with solid wire.
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Creep start
Creep starting feeds out the wire at 1.5 m/min (59 in./min) until it makes
electrical contact with the workpiece.
Crater filling
Crater filling helps to avoid end crater pipes, thermal cracking and crater
formation in the weld once welding is completed. When activating crater filling,
also select the preferred crater filling time using the setting knob located on the
internal control panel.
When crater filling is selected, the welding voltage and the wire feed speed will
be reduced during the selected time (zero to five seconds), before entering SCT
or burnback.
The functionality differs somewhat depending on whether 2-stroke or 4-stroke is
selected. When 2-stroke is selected, crater filling always continues for the
selected time.
When 4-stroke is selected, crater filling continues for the selected time unless
the trigger is released. If the trigger is released before the set time has
expired, crater filling will be interrupted when the trigger is released.
6.4
Overtemperature indicator
The overheating protection has two levels:
6.5
Warning
When the overtemperature indicator is illuminated, this indicates that
the wire feeder is approaching a critical temperature level. The weld
that is already in progress may be completed, but a new weld cannot
be started until the overtemperature warning disappears.
Error
The overtemperature indicator is illuminated and the text "Err"
appears on the display to indicate that the wire feeder has reached
a critical temperature level. This will stop the ongoing weld. The error
is automatically cleared once the wire feeder has cooled down and is
ready for use again.
Measured values
Measured voltage
The measured value on the display for arc voltage V is the arithmetic average
value.
Measured current
The measured value on the display for welding current A is the arithmetic
average value.
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6.6
Setting the gas flow
The gas flow is adjusted using the knob on the internal control panel. The
present gas flow rate is given on the gas flow meter above the knob.
NOTE!
The reading on the flow meter scale will only be correct if the wire
feeder is in upright position.
6.7
Rotating the control panel
To use the wire feeder in the horizontal position, the external control panel may be rotated
90°.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the two screws for the control panel and remove the panel.
Rotate the control panel 90° counter-clockwise.
Attach the control panel, ensuring that the small tabs are in the correct position.
Fasten the screws.
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7
MAINTENANCE
NOTE!
Regular maintenance is important for safe and reliable operation.
CAUTION!
All warranty undertakings from the supplier cease to apply if the customer attempts
any work to rectify any faults in the product during the warranty period.
7.1
Inspection, cleaning and replacement
Wire feed mechanism
Regularly check that the wire feed unit is not clogged with dirt.
•
•
•
•
•
Cleaning and replacement of worn parts in the mechanism of the wire feed should take
place at regular intervals in order to achieve trouble-free wire feeding. Note that if
pretensioning is set too hard, this can result in abnormal wear on the pressure roller,
feed roller, and wire guide.
Cleaning of the liners and other mechanical parts of the wire feed mechanism should
be carried out at regular intervals or if the wire feed seems slow. Use compressed air
for this task.
Changing nozzles
Checking the driving wheel
Changing the cog-wheel package
Bobbin holder
• Inspect at regular intervals that the brake hub sleeve and the brake hub nut are not
worn out and that they lock properly. Replace if necessary.
Welding torch
•
The wear parts of the welding torch should be cleaned and replaced at regular intervals
in order to achieve trouble-free wire feed. Blow the wire guide clean regularly and clean
the contact tip.
7.2
Calibration and validation of measured values
Robust Feed PRO displays the measured values, arc voltage and welding current as
rectified arithmetic mean values (measure value formation).
•
•
The wire feed speed is set on the Robust Feed PRO control panel. The set speed is
shown on the display, in units of m/min or in./min.
The Warrior™ welding power source used in conjunction with Robust Feed PRO (see
the "INTRODUCTION" chapter in the instruction manual), measures and calculates the
mean value of arc voltage and welding current. The measured values are transferred
from the Warrior™ welding power source to Robust Feed PRO via a digital bus.
It is recommended that the accuracy of the set and measured values is periodically
calibrated and validated to verify whether the values are within the accepted deviation.
Calibration and validation should be performed by a trained service technician with sufficient
training in welding and measurement technology. Guiding principles for calibration/validation
and the accepted deviation for each displayed parameter can be found in the service
manual.
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8
TROUBLESHOOTING
Perform these checks and inspections before contacting an authorized service technician.
Fault symptom
Fault description and corrective actions
The overheating protection
trips frequently: More
precisely the
overtemperature indicator
on the front panel is
illuminated but the "Err"
text is not visible on the
display.
Overtemperature warning — The wire feeder is approaching a
critical temperature level. The weld that is already in progress
may be completed, but a new weld cannot be started until the
overtemperature warning disappears. For more information
about the overheating protection, see the "CONTROL PANEL"
chapter.
Corrective actions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
The overheating protection
trips frequently: More
precisely the
overtemperature indicator
on the front panel is
illuminated and the text
"Err" is visible in the
display.
Overtemperature error — The wire feeder has reached a
critical temperature level and the ongoing weld is suspended.
For more information about the overheating protection, see the
"CONTROL PANEL" chapter.
Corrective actions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The wire feed is slow/stiff
when moving through the
wire feed mechanism.
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Check the liner, clean using pressurized air and replace
the liner if it is damaged or worn.
Check the wire pressure setting and adjust if needed.
Check the drive rolls for wear and replace if needed.
Ensure that the filler metal spool can rotate without too
much resistance. Adjust the brake hub if needed.
If the fault persists despite performing these actions, try
replacing the torch.
If the fault persists despite replacing the torch, contact an
ESAB authorized service technician.
Check the liner, clean using pressurized air and replace
the liner if it is damaged or worn.
Check the wire pressure setting and adjust if needed.
Check the drive rolls for wear and replace if needed.
Ensure that the filler metal spool can rotate without too
much resistance. Adjust the brake hub if needed.
Restart the wire feeder.
If the fault persists, check the liner, clean using
pressurized air and replace the liner if it is damaged or
worn.
If the fault persists despite performing these actions, try
replacing the torch.
If the fault persists despite replacing the torch, contact an
ESAB authorized service technician.
Corrective actions:
•
Clean the liners and other mechanical parts of the wire
feed mechanism using pressurized air.
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9 ORDERING SPARE PARTS
9
ORDERING SPARE PARTS
CAUTION!
Repair and electrical work should be performed by an authorised ESAB service
technician. Use only ESAB original spare and wear parts.
Robust Feed PRO is designed and tested in accordance with the international and
European standards IEC/EN 60974-5 and IEC/EN 60974-10 Class A, Canadian standard
CAN/CSA-E60974-5 and US standard ANSI/IEC 60974-5. It is the obligation of the service
unit which carried out the service or repair work to make sure that the product still conforms
to these standards.
Spare parts and wear parts can be ordered through your nearest ESAB dealer, see the back
cover of this document. When ordering, please state product type, serial number, designation
and spare part number in accordance with the spare parts list. This facilitates dispatch and
ensures correct delivery.
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DIAGRAM
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ORDERING NUMBERS
ORDERING NUMBERS
Ordering number Denomination
Note
0445 800 880
Robust Feed PRO
With EURO connector
0445 800 881
Robust Feed PRO, Water
With EURO connector and including
torch cooling system
0445 800 882
Robust Feed PRO Offshore
With EURO connector, incl. gas flow
meter and heater
0445 800 883
Robust Feed PRO Offshore,
Water
With EURO connector and including
torch cooling system, incl. gas flow
meter and heater
0445 800 884
Robust Feed PRO, Tweco
With Tweco 4 connector
0445 800 885
Robust Feed PRO Offshore,
Tweco
With Tweco 4 connector, incl. gas
flow meter and heater
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Spare parts list
Robust Feed PRO
0463 660 001
Service manual
Robust Feed PRO
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WEAR PARTS
Fe, Ss and cored wire
Wire diameter (in.) .023 .030 .040 .045 .052 1/16 .070 5/64
(mm) 0.6 0.8 0.9/1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8 2.0
Feed roller
V-groove
X
X
0445 850 001
X
X
0445 850 002
X
0445 850 003
X
X
0445 850 004
X
0445 850 005
X
X
0445 850 006
X
Inlet wire guide
Middle wire guide
0445 822 001
(2 mm)
0446 080 882
0445 850 007
Outlet wire guide
0445 830 883 (Tweco)
0445 830 881 (Euro)
Cored wire – Different wire guides dependent on wire diameter!
Wire diameter (in.) .040
(mm) 0.9/1.0
.045
1.2
.052
1.4
1/16
1.6
.070
1.8
5/64
2.0
3/32
2.4
Feed roller
V-K-knurled
X
X
0445 850 030
X
0445 850 031
X
X
0445 850 032
X
0445 850 033
X
0445 850 034
X
0445 850 035
X
Inlet wire guide Middle wire guide
Wire diameter 0.040–1/16 in.
0.9–1.6 mm
0445 822 001
(2 mm)
0446 080 882
Wire diameter 0.070–3/32 in.
1.8–2.4 mm
0445 822 002
(3 mm)
0446 080 883
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Outlet wire guide
0445 830 883 (Tweco)
0445 830 881 (Euro)
0445 830 884 (Tweco)
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Al wire
Wire diameter (in.) .023 .030 .040 .045 .052 1/16 .070
(mm) 0.6 0.8 0.9/1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8
Feed roller
U-groove
X
X
X
0445 850 050
X
X
0445 850 051
X
Inlet wire guide
Middle wire guide
0445 822 001
(2 mm)
0446 080 881
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Outlet wire guide
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ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES
0446 081 880
Wheel kit
0349 313 450
Trolley
(compatible with Robust Feed and Warrior™
Feed 304)
0349 313 100
RF retrofit kit
(for use with existing Warrior™ trolley with
ordering no. 0465 510 880)
0446 120 880
Euro connector including front plate
0446 120 882
Tweco 4 connector including front plate
0446 120 884
Tweco 5 connector including front plate
0446 123 880
Liquid cooling kit
F102 440 880
Quick connector Marathon Pac™
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0446 082 880
Torch strain relief
0446 050 880
Interconnection strain relief kit
(for update of cables without strain relief)
Interconnection cable with pre-assembled strain relief
0446 160 880
70 mm², gas cooled, 2.0 m
0446 160 881
70 mm², gas cooled, 5.0 m
0446 160 882
70 mm², gas cooled, 10.0 m
0446 160 883
70 mm², gas cooled, 15.0 m
0446 160 884
70 mm², gas cooled, 25.0 m
0446 160 885
70 mm², gas cooled, 35.0 m
0446 160 887
70 mm², gas cooled, 20.0 m
0446 160 890
70 mm², liquid cooled, 2.0 m
0446 160 891
70 mm², liquid cooled, 5.0 m
0446 160 892
70 mm², liquid cooled, 10.0 m
0446 160 893
70 mm², liquid cooled, 15.0 m
0446 160 894
70 mm², liquid cooled, 25.0 m
0446 160 895
70 mm², liquid cooled, 35.0 m
0446 160 980
95 mm², gas cooled, 2.0 m
0446 160 981
95 mm², gas cooled, 5.0 m
0446 160 982
95 mm², gas cooled, 10.0 m
0446 160 983
95 mm², gas cooled, 15.0 m
0446 160 984
95 mm², gas cooled, 25.0 m
0446 160 985
95 mm², gas cooled, 35.0 m
0446 160 990
95 mm², liquid cooled, 2.0 m
0446 160 991
95 mm², liquid cooled, 5.0 m
0446 160 992
95 mm², liquid cooled, 10.0 m
0446 160 993
95 mm², liquid cooled, 15.0 m
0446 160 994
95 mm², liquid cooled, 25.0 m
0446 160 995
95 mm², liquid cooled, 35.0 m
0463 691 001
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