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WeldSkill 155

SKU: W1008155

  • MIG, STICK, TIG Welding Inverter
  • Plug & Play – runs on any 10 Amp power point
  • Digital Amperage and Voltage Meters
  • Designed specifically for the home handyman/tradesman
  • 2-Year Warranty
  • MIG, STICK, TIG Welding Inverter
  • Plug & Play – runs on any 10 Amp power point
  • Digital Amperage and Voltage Meters
  • Designed specifically for the home handyman/tradesman
  • 2-Year Warranty

The WeldSkill 155 is a self-contained single phase welding inverter, capable of performing MIG (FCAW/GMAW), Stick (MMAW) and Lift TIG (GTAW) welding processes.

This unit is compact, portable, and simple to use, making the ideal welder for those who want to do light fabrication, maintenance and repairs or DIY projects, without compromising on quality or safety.

Ready to plug & play, the WeldSkill 155 is fitted with a 10Amp plug, so you can plug in and weld – anytime, anywhere.

CONTENTS:

  • WeldSkill 155 Power Source (13.7kg)
  • E-180 MIG Torch with Euro Connection, 3m
  • Twistlock Electrode Holder with 3m Lead
  • CutSkill Argon Regulator/Flowmeter
  • Work Clamp with 3m Lead
  • Shielding Gas Hose Assembly, 3m
  • Feed Rolls: 0.8/0.9mm Flux Cored (Fitted), 0.8/0.9mm V Groove
  • Contact Tip: 0.8mm (Fitted)
  • Operating Manual

Dimensions
371mm x 205mm x 478mm

Weight
13.7kg

Cooling
Fan Cooled

Standards
AS 60974.1-2006 / IEC 60974-1

Number of Phases
Single Phase

Nominal Supply Voltage
240V AC +/- 15%

Nominal Supply Frequency
50/60Hz

Supply Plug Lead
10A

Open Circuit Voltage
<35

Recommended Generator
8kVA at 0.8 PF

Protection Class
IP21S

Duty Cycle
MIG: 155A @15%, 21.8V | STICK: 135A @ 15%, 25.4V | TIG: 135A @ 25%, 15.4V

  1. Eddy Hoek

    Had a $1000 heavy duty MIG , then a cheap $300 Chinese one before this one. The heavy duty one was great but was the large old school one and I sold it when I thought I wouldn’t need a Mig anymore 2 years ago. It took up a lot of room. The Chinese one I bought last year (after receiving 2 duds first up). It struggled to do smooth mig welds no matter how I played with the settings. I bought the CIGWELD 155 last week, 1st weld, smooth as butter. Every weld since is great, love this machine. The only thing I’m not sure about is if it will weld low enough for this steel (0.8 auto sheet). I’ve ordered the 0.6 roller (the supplied roller is a 0.9/0.8 – should be 0.9/0.6. should come with the machine with the 0.9 as who uses 0.8?) for $60 so that should drop the current lower for the thin sheet. That’s the only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars.

  2. Dionisio Narciza

    Not sure what happened, power indication is no longer working..i’ve bought it last yr and works good for a while then suddenly it stops ..no idea on what happened…settings was all correct…..my son said part number w7006865 needs to be replace

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