When it comes to designing and manufacturing welders, Röhr have extensive, unparalleled knowledge. They combine breakthrough technologies to produce some of the most advanced and capable welding machines on the market.
Röhr welders are easy to use and perfectly suited to experienced and new users alike. You can carry out a huge range of welding including vehicle’s, fabrication, house maintenance or more unconventional work where specialist materials require more advanced features. Whether it’s aluminium bike frames or a revived passion for steel sculpture, there’s a Röhr for the job and a Röhr for you!
- Frequency (HZ): 50/60
- Power Voltage (V): Single Phase AC 220V±15%
- Input Current (A): 24
- Output Current 160/200/250(A): 20-160/20-200/20-250
- Duty Cycle (%): 60
- No-Load Voltage 160/200/250 (V): 56/62/62
- Efficiency (%): 85
- Power Factor: 0.73
- Insulation Grade: F
- Housing Protection Grade: IP21
- Weight: GW 15KG (33lb)
- Overall Dimensions (L x W x H): 340mm x 180mm x 300mm (13.3″ x 7″ x 11.8″)
In The Box
- 1 x Welder Unit
- 1 x Welding Mask & Glass
- 1 x Cleaning Brush
- 2 x Nuts
- 2 x Brass Collets
- 2 x Steel Nozles
- 1 x Accessory Bag
- 1 x User Manual
MIG / MAG Welding
MIG is used for welding materials such as magnesium, copper and other non-ferrous materials and their alloys. MAG on the other hand, is suitable for steel, structural steel and most of its alloys. Thus, great welding seams can be briskly and efficiently manufactured with different thicknesses, ensuring that material distortion is kept to a minimum.
High Duty Cycle for Prolonged Use
A high duty cycle of up to 35% means that you can spend more time welding and less time resting the machine.
Standard UK 3 Pin 240V AC
This welder does not need a specialist power supply, it can run straight off the mains.
Shipping – Fast & Free
We offer free shipping mainland UK (excluding Highlands/Grampians), on all orders under 70kg weight.
Your postage will be calculated when you enter your postcode at the checkout.We use a variety of reliable 24-hour courier services on all of our machines – the courier depends on weight and locations. Parts & accessories are sent with Hermes Tracked Delivery.
Orders placed before 2pm on a weekday are dispatched the same working day.
Choosing a Welder
Choosing the Correct Welder
Choosing the correct welding machine can be a daunting process. Our handy guide below explains some of the
terminology and different types of welders that we stock. This will help you to select the correct product that will be
fit for purpose for your specific welding tasks.
MMA (ARC/SMAW) – MANUAL METAL ARC
Traditional welding technique using a flux core. Simpler than other kinds of welding and quick to learn.
- Steels (non-Alloy)
- Can be used for Aluminium, Copper etc
MIG (GMAW) – METAL INERT GAS
Uses an inert gas shroud around a continuously-fed reel filament to melt and join surfaces. Faster than TIG, suitable for most welding applications
- Most welding applications
TIG (GTAW) – TUNGSTEN INERT GAS
Uses a tungsten filament rod with inert gas shroud to melt and join surfaces. Produces a strong and higher quality weld than MIG.
- Stainless Steel
- Thinner Metals
- Fine Joinery
MAG (GMAW) – METAL ACTIVE GAS
Reacts with the weld to produce less spatter or burn-in.
- Stainless Steel
- High Strength Joins
- Aluminium & Other Steels
IGBT – INSULATED GATE BI-POLAR TRANSISTOR
Most recent technology using capacitors. Stores high voltages for steady release
- Multi Purpose TIG/MIG
- Micor Controlled Current
- Highly Efficient