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October 8, 2007
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The Syncrowave® 250 DX and 350 LX ac/dc TIG welders now have improved low-end dc TIG arc starting capabilities. According to the manufacturer, new low-end arc starting circuit increases operator convenience and productivity because welders can standardize on one tungsten diameter instead of switching tungsten sizes based on welding amperage and base metal thickness. Another major enhancement includes a totally redesigned cooling system, the optional Coolmate 3X, which provides heat dissipation and coolant circulation with all styles of TIG torch configurations and cable lengths. The Coolmate 3X features easy maintenance access and a flow meter on the front of the unit to confirm coolant flow. The Syncrowave TIGRunner Complete package includes a 250 DX or 350 LX welder, Coolmate 3X cooler, water-cooled torch kit, 4 gallons of factory coolant, a gas regulator, and accessories. The factory coolant uses a proprietary blend of conditioners and additives that retards algae growth and mineral buildup and provides better water pump lubrication than plain water, says the company.

Miller Electric Mfg. Co., P.O. Box 100, Lithonia, GA 30058; 800-426-4553; 877-327-8132 (fax); www.millerwelds.com

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