HTP America says its MIG 2400 welder, equipped with a cast-aluminum four-roller gear drive system, provides a smooth wire feed with any thickness of wire, including .045, and can handle up to 30-pound spools of wire. The MIG 2400 wire feed system is designed to deliver a solid, even wire feed with longer welding guns. A wire feed accelerator facilitates smooth starting, and a burnback timer allows users to set wire stickout.
The MIG 2400, with 240 amps of power and 24 heat settings, welds steel from thin sheet metal to 1/2-inch thick, and is suited for projects ranging from light fabrication to building a heavy-duty frame. Users can digitally display either the welding amperage or the welding voltage, which allows them to precisely adjust the welder for any job. The MIG 2400 also is designed to allow users to reverse polarity without using tools, making it easier to weld with flux cored wire.
A 25- or 50-foot-long spool gun is available separately. For more information, go to www.usaweld.com.