This Maxus Reconditioned MIG/Flux-Core Welder is a MIG-ready wire feed welder that makes the perfect choice for metal fabrication, auto/shop repairs and industrial maintenance with fast, professional-looking results. Factory reconditioned to perform like new Appearance of welder may vary depending on stock availability. U.S.A. Volts 120, Duty Cycle 20 duty cycle @ 90 Amps, Power Cord ft. 10, Dimensions L x W x H in. 20 1/2 x 10 1/2 x 12, Weld Thickness in. Up to 3/16, Clamp Cable Length ft. 10, Shielding Gas Required For MIG welding, Cart No, Amps 140, Mig Ready Yes, Weldable Metals Steel, stainless steel, aluminum. Five heat settings offer precise adjustments to accommodate the thickness of your metal Will handle 24ga. steel to 3/16in. For use with steel, aluminum and stainless steel 20 duty cycle @ 90 Amps Professional cold torch with trigger-activated arc allows for precise weld placement 10ft. long clamp cable for extra reach 10ft. power cord 20 1/2in.L x 10 1/2in.W x 12in.H Shielding gas required for MIG welding
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Customer Reviews for Maxus Reconditioned MIG/Flux-Core Welder - 120 Volt, 140 Amp, Model# RBMXW30900
Review 1 for Maxus Reconditioned MIG/Flux-Core Welder - 120 Volt, 140 Amp, Model# RBMXW30900
Love this little welder!
November 5, 2013
from broken arrow, ok
This is a great little welder. If you crank it up to max output, the duty cycle is pretty short, but that is the trade off for getting a 120V welder.
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Review 2 for Maxus Reconditioned MIG/Flux-Core Welder - 120 Volt, 140 Amp, Model# RBMXW30900
Great value Welder...
September 17, 2013
Looked for months for a good value gas MIG welder and then came across this. Ticked all the boxes - 120V, 140A, 20% duty, gas or gas-less. When the unit arrived it was larger than I had expected. Very heavy duty with heavy duty fitmemts - feels like a quality tool. Welded with gas only so far and really good results. I'm no expert welder but the Maxus was easy to use and gave really nice welds. For the money there is nothing to touch it!