PowerMTS 225 Lightning
Introducing the MTS 225 Lightning, MIG, AC/DC TIG and Stick. If you are looking for an all around performer in the your fab shop, or need a "go to" unit on the work site, the PowerMTS 225 Lightning has more than enough capability to handle most daily chores. As the newest multi-process welder in the Everlast PowerMTS line, the unit has been completely redesigned. This new digital inverter model features all the capability of previous generations but also adds synergic capability to the MIG component of the MIG/TIG/Stick welder. The synergic offers quick setup and use of the welder based off of user input of wire diameter and metal type. Manual override is always a choice when operating the unit in the Synergic mode so that the operator can fine tune the settings to the perform to his or her expectations. The unit features a standard MIG mode as well and setup is fully controlled by the operator. The welder is also equipped with a synergic spool gun(not included) mode for those that need it.
The panel and programming has been designed so that the operator has command of all the features without having to access complicated menus or open the cover. Compare that to other models on the market, and you'll see how easy everything is to operate and connect by comparison. The NOVA foot pedal and TIG torch connect directly to the front. There are no special adaptations or equipment needed to weld TIG. The TIG torch does not need a manual gas valve because gas flow is controlled automatically and is programmable on the panel for both pre-flow and post-flow operation. This unit isn't sold primarily as a MIG like other brands and stick and TIG are added as an after thought. No, rather the PowerMTS 225 Lightning was designed to give excellent performance and convenience using any process it offers.
The unit also features solid TIG capability with an industry first: AC TIG with High Frequency start. That's right we have combined AC TIG into the MTS model. In the compact Multi-process market, Everlast has designed and introduced a touchless TIG start for maximum weld quality. Of course, the unit is still equipped with lift start capability if you are working in a place that is electronically sensitive to High Frequency.
Stick mode operation has been improved with the addition of Hot Start duration and Hot start intensity adjustments. Combined with the arc force control this makes the 160 amp Stick mode very capable of handling up to 1/8" welding rods.
|Features & Benefits||
Features & Benefits:
Digital/Micro-controlled IGBT Inverter
Output /Process Type:
MIG, AC/DC TIG, DC Stick
DUAL VOLTAGE 120/240 1 PHASE
Max Rated MIG Amps:
Max Rated TIG Amps:
Max Rated Stick Amps:
MIG Amps/Volts @ Rated Duty Cycle:
TIG Output Amps/Volts @ Rated Duty Cycle:
Stick Amps/Volts @ Rated Duty Cycle:
Max Inrush ( I1MAX ) Amps:
Maximum Rated (I1EFF ) Input Amps:
MIG Output Range:
AC Lift TIG Output Range :
240V: 20A-200A/10.8V-18V (HF Start and Lift Start)
120V: 20A-125A/10.8V-15V (HF Start and Lift Start)
DC Lift TIG Output Range :
240V: 10A-200A/10.4V-18V (HF Start and Lift Start)
120V: 10A-125A/10.4V-15V (HF Start and Lift Start)
Stick Output Range:
240V: 10A-160A/20.4V-26.4V10A-160A/20.4V-26.4V120V: 10A-100A/20.4V-26.4V10A-160A/20.4V-24V
Variable MIG Inductance/Stick Arc Force Control:
Spool Gun Capable:
Yes, Optional. (Not Included)
Standard Drive Roll wire size:
Separate wire feeder:
No, self contained
Number of Drive rollers:
Max Wire Feed Speed:
Max Wire Roll Diameter:
8” (up to 12 lb)
Down Slope Time:
Post Flow Time:
Air Carbon Arc:
2T/4T /Torch latch/Trigger:
High Frequency Start and Lift start capability in TIG mode
Synergic MIG allows easy setup and adjustment
* Single pass welds greater than 1/4" are not recommended as a sound welding technique.
Minimum Generator Wattage needed for maximum output on 240V: 8500 W
NOTE: Use only with a generator rated by its manufacturer as "clean power" if using with a generator. Consult manufacturer of generator for certification. Everlast does not approve or endorse generator brands or models, however, if the damage to the welder occuring from use with a generator not labeled as producing clean power by its manufacturer is not warrantable.
Appearance of accessories and consumables may vary from what is depicted.
This unit is not recommended for welding with E 6010 electrodes