IPOTOOLS MIG inverter welding machine

MIG or MAG welding can be carried out with the same welder. The difference between MIG and MAG is that MIG welding uses the inert gas argon (Ar), while MAG welding uses active gas CO2 or a mixture of carbon dioxide (CO2) and argon (Ar) as the protective gas.

The process is carried out with a MIG welding torch, which differs from the TIG torch in that no tungsten electrode is required because a welding wire is used which is fed from the device through the MIG torch. Working with a MIG welder is easier than working with a TIG welder and therefore it is also the most common welding process.

With our MIG inverter welding machine, you can easily weld materials in all positions, such as stainless steel, aluminum, and aluminum alloys.

In our offer, you will also find MIG MAG models with Synergic operation, which enables you to set pre-programmed parameters for a strong and homogeneous weld seam depending on the wire diameter and gas combination.

You can find everything you need for your MIG machine by clicking on the button below.


Model Welding process Tension Wire diameter (mm) EURO central connection Max. Wire roll diameter Weight
MIG-160ER MIG/MAG/MMA/FLUX 230V 0,6 / 0,8 NO 100 mm 8 kg
MIG-185R MIG/MAG/MMA/FLUX 230V 0,8 / 1,0 YES 200 mm 10,75 kg
MIG-185SYN MIG/MAG/MMA /FLUX 230V 0,8 / 1,0 YES 200 mm 10,75 kg
MIG-225SYN MIG/MAG/MMA /FLUX 230V 0,8 / 1,0 YES 200 mm 16 kg
MIG-210DP MIG/MAG/MMA /FLUX/PULSE & DOUBLE PULSE 230V 0,8 / 1,0 YES 200 mm 16 kg
MIG-210S MIG/MAG/MMA /FLUX/ 230V 0,8 / 1,0 YES 200 mm 25 kg
MIG-250 MIG/MAG/MMA /FLUX/ 230V 0,8 / 1,0 YES 200 mm 15,6 kg
MIG-315 MIG/MAG/MMA /FLUX/ 3 x 400V 0,8 / 1,0 YES 200 mm 42,2 kg
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