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!
- Runs off a Standard UK Plug 240V AC
- Input Current 43a / Output Current 20a – 250a
- Duty Cycle 60%
- Transfer Efficiency over 85%
- Frequency 50Hz – 60Hz
- Power Factor 0.73, No-load Voltage 56V
- Insulation Grade F / Housing Protection Grade IP21
- Suitable for 1.0mm – 4.0mm Electrodes
In The Box
When you buy Röhr, you will get the full package with a range of accessories to suit your welding needs. The welder comes with a welding mask, cleaning brush and a bag to store your accessories. Also the unit has a 2m electric cord so you can position your welder in a convenient place.
The Latest IGBT Technology
IGBT is a bipolar transistor with an insulated gate electrode. This semi-conducting device is being increasingly used in power electronics because it combines the advantages of two transistor types: the easy controls of the field effect transistor and the fast switching and high breakdown voltage of the bipolar transistor. The IGBT also offers some robustness against short circuits because it limits the electrical continuity.
Featuring ARC Force and Hot Start
With ARC Force, the current increases automatically when the arc is shorter. Hot Start automatically boosts the tension at the ignition of the arc, this function facilitates the electrical arc ignition. After ignition, the unit automatically returns to the pre-set voltage.
This function helps to prevent overheating of the electrode by switching off the welding current when the electrode sticks to the material.