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ESAB TA34 AC/DC User manual
Caddy®
TA34 AC/DC
Instruction manual
0460 227 187 US 20131022
Valid from program version 1.20
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
2
3
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................... 3
1.1
Useful information about the welding product .................................................3
1.2
Control panel ........................................................................................................ 3
TIG WELDING....................................................................................................... 5
2.1
Settings ................................................................................................................. 5
2.2
Symbol and function explanations.....................................................................6
2.3
Hidden TIG functions......................................................................................... 12
MMA WELDING .................................................................................................. 14
3.1
Settings ............................................................................................................... 14
3.2
Symbol and function explanations...................................................................14
3.3
Hidden MMA functions ...................................................................................... 15
4
WELDING DATA MEMORY ................................................................................ 17
5
FAULT CODES ................................................................................................... 18
6
5.1
List of fault codes .............................................................................................. 18
5.2
Fault code descriptions..................................................................................... 18
ORDERING SPARE PARTS ............................................................................... 21
ORDER NUMBERS ...................................................................................................22
Rights reserved to alter specifications without notice.
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1 INTRODUCTION
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INTRODUCTION
This manual describes how to use the TA34 AC/DC control panel.
For general operating information, see the instruction manual for the power source.
When power is supplied, the unit runs a self-diagnosis of the
LEDs and display, and the program version is displayed; in this
example, the program version is 0.18.
NOTE!
There may be differences in the way the panel functions, depending on the
product in which it is installed.
Instruction manuals in other languages can be downloaded from the Internet: www.esab.com
1.1
Useful information about the welding product
The power supply is equipped with the function True AC rating (TIG).
"True AC rating" refers to the average current that can be maintained in the event of
variations in inductance and resistance in the welding circuit. This is the result of active
process control, which compensates for the inductance in the welding circuit.
The process is optimized so that the energy in the arc corresponds to the welding current
selected for AC (alternating current). Process optimization usually makes it possible to weld
at a lower set current value (than with previous power sources) thanks to reduced losses in
the welding circuit.
For the best possible oxide breakup and a long tungsten electrode life for AC TIG, we
recommend negative AC balance (-70%), which is also the default setting on delivery. It is
possible to reduce the weld pool penetration for AC TIG by lowering the AC balance to
reduce heat exchange. The minimum AC balance is -50%; see tables 1 to 3 on page 8 for
recommended current ranges. This primarily facilitates welding of weaker/thinner material
dimensions.
1.2
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Knob for setting data (current, voltage, percentage, seconds, and frequency)
2.
Display
3.
Choice of welding method TIG
4.
Pushbutton for selection of TIG welding with:
•
•
•
or MMA
Alternating current (AC)
Direct current (DC) Direct current (DC), with pulsing
Pushbutton for selection of MMA welding with:
•
•
•
Alternating current (AC)
Direct current (DC) Direct current (DC) +
5.
Choice of HF start
or LiftArc™
6.
Choice of 2-stroke
or 4-stroke
7.
Panel setting
, program change with torch trigger switch
or connecting remote control unit
8.
Display of VRD function (reduced open-circuit voltage) is active or inactive
NOTE!
This function works for power sources where it is implemented.
9.
Indication of which parameter is shown in the display (current, voltage, percentage,
seconds, or frequency)
10.
Display of measurement value for current (A) or voltage (V) during welding.
11.
Indication of selected setting parameter; see section "Symbol and function
explanations."
The right button is also used for hidden functions.
12.
Buttons for weld data memory settings; see section "Welding data memory."
Measured values in the display for arc voltage V and welding current A are arithmetic
average value = rectified average value.
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2.1
Settings
TIG without pulsing AC/DC and TIG with pulsing DC
Function
Setting range
In steps of:
HF/LiftArc™1)
HF or LiftArc™
-
LiftArc™
2/4 stroke1)
2-stroke or 4-stroke
-
2-stroke
Gas preflow time2)
0–5 s
0.1 s
0.5 s
Slope up time
0–10 s
0.1 s
0.0 s
Slope down time
0–10 s
0.1 s
1.0 s
Gas post-flow time
0–25 s
0.1 s
10.0 s
Current
4 to max3)
1A
60 A
Active panel
OFF or ON
-
ON
Changing trigger data
OFF or ON
-
OFF
Remote control unit
OFF or ON
-
OFF
0–99%
-
0%
-
-
-
Min.
current2)
VRD
1)
Default
value
These functions cannot be changed while welding is in progress.
2)
These functions are hidden TIG functions; see description in section "Hidden TIG
functions."
3)
The setting range depends on the power source used.
TIG with AC
Function
Setting range
In steps of:
Default
value
Balance setting
50–98%*
1%
50%
Frequency setting
10–152 Hz
1–3 Hz
65 Hz
automatic 1)
80–120 ms
1
-
manual
15–100 ms
1
-
Electrode preheating
*)Depending
on frequency setting.
1)These
functions are hidden TIG functions; see description in section "Hidden TIG
functions."
TIG with pulsing DC
Function
Setting range
In steps of:
Pulse current
4 to max2)
1A
60 A
Pulse time
Micropulse1)
0.01–2.5 s
0.001–0.250 s
0.01 s
0.001 s
1.0 s
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Function
Setting range
In steps of:
Default
value
Background current
4 to max2)
1A
20 A
Background time
Micropulse1)
0.01–2.5 s
0.001–0.250 s
0.01 s
0.001 s
1.0 s
1)These
functions are hidden TIG functions; see description in section "Hidden TIG
functions."
2)The
setting range depends on the power source used.
2.2
Symbol and function explanations
TIG welding
TIG welding melts the metal of the work piece using an arc struck from a
tungsten electrode, which does not melt. The weld pool and electrode are
protected by shielding gas.
Alternating current (AC)
The advantage of an alternating current is good oxide break-up capacity when
welding light metals (aluminum, magnesium, and their alloys).
Direct current
A higher current produces a wider weld pool, with better penetration into the
workpiece.
Pulsed current (only DC)
Pulsing is used to achieve improved control of the weld pool and solidification
process. The pulse frequency is set slow enough so that the weld pool has time
to solidify at least partially between each pulse. In order to set pulsing, four
parameters are required: pulse current, pulse time, background current, and
background time.
Parameter settings
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Slope up
Welding current
Pulse time
Background current
Background time
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7. Gas post-flow time
8. Balance
9. Frequency
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Slope up
The slope up function means that, when the TIG arc strikes, the current rises
slowly to the set value. This provides 'gentler' heating of the electrode, and gives
the welder a chance to position the electrode properly before the set welding
current is reached.
Pulse current
The higher of the two current values in the case of pulsed current.
A. Current
B. Time
C. Background time
D. Background current
E. Pulse time
F. Pulse current
TIG welding with pulsing.
Pulse time
The time the pulse current is active during a pulse period.
Background current
The lower of the two current values in the case of pulsed current.
Background time
Time for background current, which, along with the time for pulse current, gives the pulse
period.
Slope down
TIG welding uses "slope down", where the current falls 'slowly' over a controlled
time, to avoid craters and/or cracks, when a weld is finished.
Gas post-flow
This controls the time during which shielding gas flows after the arc is
extinguished.
Balance
Setting the balance between the positive (+) electrode and negative (-) electrode
half period during alternating current welding (AC).
Lower balance values produce more heat on the electrode and better oxide
break-up on the workpiece.
Higher balance values produce more heat on the workpiece and better
penetration.
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Frequency
Lower frequency (alternating current) transfers more heat to the workpiece and
produces a wider weld pool.
Higher frequency produces a narrower arc with higher arc force (narrower weld
pool).
HF start
The HF start function strikes the arc, using a spark from the electrode to the
workpiece, as the electrode is brought closer to the workpiece.
Automatic preheating of electrode with AC
The preheating function is designed to provide a stable arc and safe start in a
balanced manner. The electrode preheating time preprogrammed with respect to
the set welding current. It is possible to set (fine-tune) automatic preheating
when in the outer area of the electrode's current range; see recommended
current range below.
The preheating range is 80–120 ms; 100 ms is the default value (value on
delivery).
Current ranges for electrode WP (pure tungsten)
Max A AC - 50% Balance
A. Welding current A
Max A AC - 70% Balance
B. Electrode diameter (mm)
Table 1 - Recommended current ranges for electrode selection WP = Green color coding
and classification names as per ISO 6848:2004
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Current ranges for electrode WC20 (WCe2)
Max A AC - 50% Balance
A. Welding current A
Max A AC - 70% Balance
B. Electrode diameter (mm)
Table 2 - Recommended current ranges for electrode selection WC20 = Grey color coding
and classification names as per ISO 6848:2004
Current ranges for electrode WLa 15/Gold Plus (70% AC Balance)
I max A AC
A. Welding current A
B. Electrode diameter (mm)
Table 3 - Recommended current ranges for electrode selection WLa15 = Gold color coding
and classification names as per ISO 6848:2004
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Deactivating automatic electrode preheating
In hidden TIG functions, automatic preheating can be deactivated for a manual setting from
15 to 100 ms to adjust for specific conditions. When switching from an automatic to manual
setting, the previous auto-generated preheating value appears and a preferred value is
selected using the knob.
LiftArc™
The LiftArc™ function strikes the arc when the electrode is brought into contact
with the workpiece and then lifted away from it.
Striking the arc with the LiftArc™ function:
1. The electrode is touched on the workpiece.
2. The trigger switch is pressed, and a low current starts to flow.
3. The welder lifts the electrode from the workpiece: the arc strikes, and the current rises
automatically to the set value.
2 stroke
A. Gas preflow
B. Slope up
C. Slope down
D. Gas postflow
Functions when using 2-stroke control of the welding torch.
In 2-stroke control mode, pressing the TIG torch trigger switch (1) starts gas preflow (if used)
and strikes the arc. The current rises to the set value (as controlled by the slope-up function,
if in operation). Releasing the trigger switch (2) reduces the current (or starts slope down if in
operation) and extinguishes the arc. Gas postflow follows, if it is in operation.
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4 stroke
A. Gas preflow
B. Slope up
C. Slope down
D. Gas postflow
Functions when using 4-stroke control of the welding torch.
In 4-stroke control mode, pressing the trigger switch (1) starts gas preflow (if used). At the
end of the gas preflow period, the current rises to the pilot current (a few ampere), and the
arc is struck. Releasing the trigger switch (2) increases the current to the set value (with
slope up, if in use). When the trigger switch is pressed in (3), the current returns to the set
pilot current (with slope down if in use).
When the trigger switch is released again (4), the arc is extinguished and any gas postflow
takes place.
Active panel
Settings are made from the control panel.
Changing trigger data
This function allows changing between different welding data memories by
double-pressing the trigger of the welding gun. Only applies to TIG welding.
Remote control unit
Settings are made from the remote control unit.
The remote control unit must be connected to the remote control unit socket on
the equipment before activation. When the remote control unit is activated the
panel is inactive.
Voltage Reducing Device (VRD)
The VRD function ensures that the open-circuit voltage does not exceed 35 V
when welding is not being carried out. This is indicated by a lit VRD LED.
The VRD function is blocked when the system detects that welding has started.
If the VRD function is activated and the open-circuit voltage exceeds the 35 V
limit, this is indicated by an error message (16) appearing in the display and
welding cannot be started whilst the error message is displayed.
Contact an authorized ESAB service technician to activate this function.
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2.3
Hidden TIG functions
There are hidden functions in the control panel.
To access these functions, press
for five seconds. The display shows a letter and
value. Select the function by pressing the right arrow. Use the knob to change the value of
the selected function.
To exit hidden functions, press
for five seconds.
Function
Settings
A = gas preflow
0–5 s
l = min. current
0–99%
L = automatic start pulse/electrode
preheating
0 = OFF; 1 = ON
P = start pulse
default value on delivery 70 A at setting 60 A
b = micropulse (only in DC)
0 = OFF; 1 = ON
Gas pre-flow
This controls the time during which shielding gas flows before the arc is struck.
Min. current
Used to set the minimum current for the remote control.
If the max. current is 100 A and the min. current is 50 A, set the hidden function min. current
to 50%.
If the max. current is 100 A and the min. current is 90 A, set the min. current to 90%.
This function also applies when setting background current with pulsed TIG.
Electrode preheating
In the automatic start pulse/electrode preheating (L) function, electrode preheating is only
activated in AC. This function is used to achieve a stable arc rapidly, and preheating extends
the service life of the electrode.
Start pulse
NOTE!
To activate manual start pulse (P), the function (L) must first be deactivated in the
hidden function; select (0 = OFF).
Start pulse produces a safe, controlled start and is balanced and adapted to the electrode
diameter and set welding current.
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Micropulse
To select micropulse, the machine must be in the pulsed current function
. The value
for pulse time and background current is normally 0.01–2.50 seconds. By using the
micropulse, the time can decrease to 0.001 seconds. When the micropulse function is
active, times that are shorter than 0.25 seconds are shown in the display without decimal
points.
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MMA WELDING
3.1
Settings
Function
Setting range
In steps of:
Current
16 to max. A 2
1A
100 A
Hot start1)
0–99
1
0
Arc force1)
0–99
1
5
Drop welding1)
0=OFF or 1=ON
-
OFF
Welding regulator
1=OFF or 0=ON
-
ON
Active panel
OFF or ON
-
ON
Remote control unit
OFF or ON
-
OFF
Min. current1)
0–99%
-
0%
VRD
-
-
-
1)These
2)The
Default
value
functions are hidden; see description in the "Hidden MMA functions" section.
setting range depends on the power source used.
3.2
Symbol and function explanations
MMA welding
MMA welding may also be referred to as welding with coated electrodes. Striking
the arc melts the electrode, and its coating forms protective slag.
During MMA welding, it is possible to weld with reversed polarity without reconnection of
welding cables to the power source.
Select MMA welding
•
•
•
, then press
.
AC refers to alternating current.
DC (-) refers to direct current with negative polarity on the electrode.
No LED is illuminated for direct current with positive polarity on the electrode.
Active panel
Settings are made from the control panel.
Remote control unit
Settings are made from the remote control unit.
The remote control unit must be connected to the remote control unit socket on
the equipment before activation. When the remote control unit is activated the
panel is inactive.
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Voltage Reducing Device (VRD)
The VRD function ensures that the open-circuit voltage does not exceed 35 V
when welding is not being carried out. This is indicated by a lit VRD LED.
The VRD function is blocked when the system detects that welding has started.
If the VRD function is activated and the open-circuit voltage exceeds the 35 V
limit, this is indicated by an error message (16) appearing in the display and
welding cannot be started whilst the error message is displayed.
Contact an authorized ESAB service technician to activate this function.
3.3
Hidden MMA functions
There are hidden functions in the control panel.
To access these functions, press
for five seconds. The display shows a letter and
value. Select the function by pressing the right arrow. Use the knob to change the value of
the selected function.
To exit hidden functions, press
for five seconds.
Function
Settings
C = Arc force
0–99%
d = drop welding
0 = OFF; 1 = ON
F = ArcPlus™ welding regulator
0 = OFF; 1 = ON
H = Hot start
0–99%
I = min. current
0–99%
Arc force
The arc force is important in determining how the current changes in response to
a change in the arc length. A lower value gives a calmer arc with less spatter.
Drop welding
Drop welding can be used when welding with stainless electrodes. The function involves
alternately striking and extinguishing the arc in order to achieve better control of the heat
supply. The electrode needs only to be raised slightly to extinguish the arc.
ArcPlus™ welding regulator
The ArcPlus™ welding regulator is a new type of control that produces a more intense,
concentrated, and calmer arc. It recovers more quickly after spot short circuits, which
reduces the risk of the electrode sticking.
•
•
ArcPlus™ (0) is recommended for basic electrodes.
ArcPlus™ (1) is recommended for rutile electrodes.
Hot start
Hot start increases the weld current for an adjustable time at the start of welding,
thus reducing the risk of poor fusion at the beginning of the joint.
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Min. current
Used to set the minimum current for the remote control unit.
If the max. current is 100 A and the min. current is 50 A, set the min. current of the hidden
function to 50%.
If the max. current is 100 A and the min. current is 90 A, set the min. current to 90%.
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WELDING DATA MEMORY
Two different welding data programs can be stored in the control panel memory.
Press button
or
for five seconds to save the welding data to memory. The
welding data is saved when the green indicator lamp flashes.
To switch between the different welding data memories, press button
or
.
The welding data memory has a backup battery so that the settings remain even if the
machine has been switched off.
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FAULT CODES
A fault code is used to indicate that a fault has occurred in the equipment. It is indicated in
the display by an E followed by a fault code number.
A unit number is displayed to indicate which unit generated the fault.
Fault code numbers and unit numbers are shown alternately.
If several faults have been detected, only the code for the last fault is displayed. Press any
function button or turn the knob to remove the fault from the display.
NOTE!
If the remote control is activated, deactivate it by pressing
fault.
5.1
to remove the
List of fault codes
U 0 = welding data unit
U 2 = power source
U 1 = cooling unit
U 4 = remote control unit
5.2
U 5 = AC unit
Fault code descriptions
Code Description
E 4 5 V power supply low
U 0 The power supply voltage is too low.
U 5 The current welding process is stopped, and start is prevented.
Action: Turn off the power supply to reset the unit. Contact a service technician if the
fault persists.
E 6 High temperature
U 1 The thermal overload cutout has tripped.
U 2 The current welding process is stopped and cannot be restarted until the temperature
has decreased.
U5
Action: Check that the cooling air inlets or outlets are not blocked or clogged with
dirt. Check the duty cycle being used to make sure that the equipment is not
overloaded.
E 7 High temperature
U 5 The thermal overload cutout has tripped.
The current welding process is stopped and cannot be restarted until the temperature
has decreased.
Action: Check that the cooling air inlets or outlets are not blocked or clogged with
dirt. Check the duty cycle being used to make sure that the equipment is not
overloaded.
E 8 Faulty 24 V/15 V supply voltage
U 1 The supply voltage is too high or too low.
U 5 The current welding process is stopped, and start is prevented.
Action: Turn off the power supply to reset the unit. Contact a service technician if the
fault persists.
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Code Description
E 9 Faulty 24 V/15 V supply voltage
U 1 The supply voltage is too high or too low.
U 5 The current welding process is stopped, and start is prevented.
Action: Turn off the power supply to reset the unit. Contact a service technician if the
fault persists.
E 12 Communication error (warning)
U 0 Less serious interference on the CAN bus.
U 1 Action: Check that there are no faulty units connected on the CAN bus. Check the
cables. Contact a service technician if the fault persists.
U4
U5
E 14 Communication error (bus off)
U 0 Serious interference on the CAN bus.
Action: Check that there are no faulty units connected on the CAN bus. Check the
cables. Contact a service technician if the fault persists.
E 15 Communication problems (lost message)
U 0 The system's CAN bus has been overloaded.
Action: Contact a service technician if the fault persists.
E 16 High open-circuit voltage VRD
U 2 Open circuit voltage was too high.
Action: Turn off the power supply to reset the unit. Contact a service technician if the
fault persists.
E 19 Memory error
U 0 Content of existing memory is incorrect. Default data will be used.
Action: Turn off the power supply to reset the unit. Contact a service technician if the
fault persists.
E 20 High inductance in the welding circuit
U 2 The power source cannot produce the desired current because the measured
inductance in the welding circuit is too high. The fault indication is reset if the
inductance reading receives a sufficiently low value at weld start. Reset can also be
achieved by turning off the power.
Action: Use shorter welding cables, and make sure that the cables are not coiled.
Place the welding cable and connector cable next to each other. If possible, the
inductance can be reduced by welding with a shorter arc.
Contact a service technician if the fault persists.
E 25 Lost contact with AC unit
U 0 The control panel has lost contact with the AC unit.
The current welding process stops.
Action: Contact a service technician if the fault persists.
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Code Description
E 26 Program operating fault
U 0 Something prevented the processor from performing its normal tasks in the program.
The program restarts automatically. The current welding process is stopped. This
fault does not disable any functions.
Action: Contact a service technician if the fault persists.
E 29 No cooling water flow
U 0 The flow monitor switch has tripped.
U 1 The current welding process is stopped, and start is prevented.
Action: Check the cooling water circuit and the pump.
E 41 Lost contact with the cooling unit
U 0 The welding data unit has lost contact with the cooling unit. The welding process
stops.
Action: Check the wiring. If the fault persists, contact a service technician.
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ORDERING SPARE PARTS
Spare parts may 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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ORDER NUMBERS
Ordering no. Denomination
0460 250 880 Control panel Caddy™ TA34 AC/DC
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Instruction manuals and the spare parts list are available on the Internet at: www.esab.com
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Tel: +34 91 878 3600
Fax: +34 91 802 3461
SWEDEN
ESAB Sverige AB
Gothenburg
Tel: +46 31 50 95 00
Fax: +46 31 50 92 22
ESAB International AB
Gothenburg
Tel: +46 31 50 90 00
Fax: +46 31 50 93 60
SWITZERLAND
ESAB AG
Dietikon
Tel: +41 1 741 25 25
Fax: +41 1 740 30 55
UKRAINE
ESAB Ukraine LLC
Kiev
Tel: +38 (044) 501 23 24
Fax: +38 (044) 575 21 88
North and South America
ARGENTINA
CONARCO
Buenos Aires
Tel: +54 11 4 753 4039
Fax: +54 11 4 753 6313
BRAZIL
ESAB S.A.
Contagem-MG
Tel: +55 31 2191 4333
Fax: +55 31 2191 4440
www.esab.com
Africa
EGYPT
ESAB Egypt
Dokki-Cairo
Tel: +20 2 390 96 69
Fax: +20 2 393 32 13
MEXICO
ESAB Mexico S.A.
Monterrey
Tel: +52 8 350 5959
Fax: +52 8 350 7554
SOUTH AFRICA
ESAB Africa Welding & Cutting
Ltd
Durbanvill 7570 - Cape Town
Tel: +27 (0)21 975 8924
USA
ESAB Welding & Cutting
Products
Florence, SC
Tel: +1 843 669 44 11
Fax: +1 843 664 57 48
Asia/Pacific
AUSTRALIA
ESAB South Pacific
Archerfield BC QLD 4108
Tel: +61 1300 372 228
Fax: +61 7 3711 2328
CHINA
Shanghai ESAB A/P
Shanghai
Tel: +86 21 2326 3000
Fax: +86 21 6566 6622
INDIA
ESAB India Ltd
Calcutta
Tel: +91 33 478 45 17
Fax: +91 33 468 18 80
INDONESIA
P.T. ESABindo Pratama
Jakarta
Tel: +62 21 460 0188
Fax: +62 21 461 2929
JAPAN
ESAB Japan
Tokyo
Tel: +81 45 670 7073
Fax: +81 45 670 7001
SINGAPORE
ESAB Asia/Pacific Pte Ltd
Singapore
Tel: +65 6861 43 22
Fax: +65 6861 31 95
THE NETHERLANDS
ESAB Nederland B.V.
Amersfoort
Tel: +31 33 422 35 55
Fax: +31 33 422 35 44
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
ESAB Middle East FZE
Dubai
Tel: +971 4 887 21 11
Fax: +971 4 887 22 63
CANADA
ESAB Group Canada Inc.
Missisauga, Ontario
Tel: +1 905 670 02 20
Fax: +1 905 670 48 79
MALAYSIA
ESAB (Malaysia) Snd Bhd
USJ
Tel: +603 8023 7835
Fax: +603 8023 0225
ITALY
ESAB Saldatura S.p.A.
Bareggio (Mi)
Tel: +39 02 97 96 8.1
Fax: +39 02 97 96 87 01
SOUTH KOREA
ESAB SeAH Corporation
Kyungnam
Tel: +82 55 269 8170
Fax: +82 55 289 8864
Distributors
For addresses and phone
numbers to our distributors in
other countries, please visit our
home page
www.esab.com
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