Swagelok® M200 Orbital Welding System
For projects requiring a consistent and efficient approach to welding, the Swagelok orbital welding system offers precision and control combined with easy-to-use touchscreen operation. It provides cost-effective, reliable orbital gas tungsten arc welds (GTAW) for both tubing and pipe.
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Features: Power supply for reliable, consistent orbital gas tungsten arc welding; Up to 200 A peak output capability; Easy-to-use color touch screen in multiple languages; Integrated mass flow controller automatically controls OD shield gas flow; Weighs less than 50 lb or 23 kg; Compatible with Swagelok welding system weld heads
Features: Available for tube outside diameters ranging from 1/16 to 1/2 in. and 2 to 12 mm; Features a compact size for easy access to confined welding areas; Weld head includes arc gap gauge, centering gauge, micro fixture tool, tool package, and tungsten electrodes
Features: Is available for outside diameters ranging from 1/2 to 2 in. and 12 to 52 mm; Offers versatility for use in a variety of industries; Weld head includes arc gap gauge, tool package, and tungsten electrodes
Features:Accommodates outside diameters ranging from 1/8 to 1/2 in. and 3 to 12 mm; Bench top mounted fixture; Optical speed control—no tachometer or calibration required; Cycle life: 10 000 welds mean-time-to-maintenance (MTTM) for 1/4 in. diameter; 3000 welds MTTM for 1/2 in. diameter; Welding capability: 60 welds per hour for 1/4 in. diameter; 30 welds per hour for 1/2 in. diameter; Adjustable centering gauge included; Integrated work support system available
Features: Is available for outside tube diameters ranging from 1 1/2 to 4 in. and 38.1 to 114.3 mm and pipe diameters ranging from 1 1/4 to 4 in. and 42.2 to 114.3 mm; Offers versatility for use in a variety of industries
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Orbital Welding Systems
Designing and assembling critical fluid systems often requires use of a modern welding system. With the Swagelok M200 welding system, it’s easy to make precise, consistent, quality orbital gas tungsten arc welds (GTAW) cost-effectively. The unit features a lightweight, portable power supply, supports a wide assortment of weld configurations, and is available with a selection of weld heads. Available tools and accessories include tungsten electrodes, gauges, collets, and fixtures.
The Swagelok orbital welding system also features real-time monitoring and recording capabilities, streamlining documentation for easy adherence to industry requirements.