Lincoln Lincwelder 225 Specs


Welding is considered a highly-skilled industrial trade and involves the fabrication or sculpting of metals using heat. Welding equipment produces a gas flame, electric arc, laser or ultrasound, which softens or melts the metal work-piece, allowing the welder to sculpt, reshape or create a strong joint for connection to a separate application. The electric-powered high-performance Lincoln TIG 225 Welder was designed for the popular, manual shielding-metal-arc welding method.

Welding Applications

  • The Lincoln 225 Welder is most commonly used for general fabrication, industrial work and automotive repair applications, as well as vocational school training. The Lincoln 225 is also a popular choice for metal-work contractors, artists and hobbyists. The 230 amps of pure welding power provides arc-welders with precision in the heating and welding of aluminum, steel, stainless steel, nickel alloys and other metals.

Physical Attributes:

  • The hefty Lincoln 225 Welder is 31.2 inches by 19.8 inches by 38 inches in size, and weighs 258-pounds. The precision TIG 225 unit includes a 150-amp TIG Pro-Torch, with torch storage compartment and hanger, providing for easy organization. A gas regulator with hose, 9-foot input power-cord, and a 10-foot flexible work cable and clamp, are all standards attributes of the 225 welder. Under-storage cart and foot control options are also available.

Power Features:

  • The Lincoln 225 Welder delivers extremely low stable amperage at start-up, with a maximum of 230 amps of output power, providing welders with a diverse and wide welding range for all applications, including superior performance in a stick welder mode. A built-in pulser in the Lincoln 225 controls heat at the weld, while 115-volt auxiliary power receptacles provide 20 amps of output for water coolers and tools. Standard NEMA 6-50 plug and receptacle protect from power surge on the input power cord.

Safety Advisement:

  • Welders should always wear protective eye-wear, face shields and gloves when using the Lincoln TIG 225 Welder to avoid burns, electric shock, inhaling poisonous fumes, eye damage and overexposure to light.

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