Push-pull wire feeders

  • 07-Jul-2010 11:43 EDT
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XR-S and XR-D control wire feeders from Miller Electric Manufacturing provide push-pull wire feeding capabilities up to 135 ft from a power source. The XR-S model combines lightweight portability with simplified user features, while the XR-D has enhanced programmable features and interface for increased weld parameter control at the point of use. The devices weigh less than 43 lb and are used for a variety of aluminum MIG, pulsed MIG, and extended-reach welding applications. Both units feature adjustable run-in control for better arc starts with less stubbing and longer consumables life, as well as jog/purge functions that allow the wire and gas to be run without making the gun live.

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