TransSteel 2200 C

TRANSSTEEL

TransSteel 2200 C

 

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The TransSteel 2200 is a compact, 3-in-1 solution. It is the first single-phase inverter power source from Fronius that is also multiprocess-capable, bringing together MMA, MIG/MAG and TIG in a single device. The TransSteel 2200 is characterised by the intelligent design of the device, ease of use, robustness and a high level of reliability. Weighing only 15.5 kg, it is also one of the lightest devices on the market.

 

PRODUCT DETAILS

 

 TECHNICAL DATA

 

GENERAL DATA

Length

560 mm

Weight

15 kg

Dimension / l

560 mm

Width

215 mm

Height

370 mm

 

Welding current max.230 A
Welding current min.10 A

Welding current / Duty cycle [10min/40°C]

210A / 30% MAG, 180A / 35% MMA, 230A / 35% TIG

Welding current / Duty cycle [10min/40°C]

170A / 60% MAG, 150A / 60% MMA, 200A / 60% TIG

Welding current / Duty cycle [10min/40°C]

150A / 100% MAG, 130A / 100% MMA, 170A / 100% TIG

Open-circuit voltage

90V

Mains voltage

230V

Degree of protection

IP23

 

 

 FUNCTIONS

 

MIG/MAG WELDING

PULSE
WELDING CONTROLLED AND FAST

The new TransSteel 3000C Pulse marks the arrival of the pulsed arc in the TransSteel series. The setting is simply selected from the main menu and facilitates controlled welding in the intermediate arc range.

 

SPOT AND STITCH
WELDING WITH NO MATERIAL DISTORTION

Spot mode enables you to place welding spots at regular intervals. As you have complete flexibility over the pause time between the intervals, spot welding is ideal for the tacking of workpieces. Stitch welding not only produces a rippled seam appearance, the low level of heat input reduces any possible material distortion when working with light gauge sheets.

 

SPECIAL 4-STEP
MODE FOR A MORE STABLE ARC

The “Special 4-step mode” is particularly suitable for welding in the higher power range. In special 4-step mode, welding starts at a lower power, which makes the arc easier to stabilize.

 

SYNCHROPULSE
SEAM RIPPLING FOR ALUMINUM ALLOYS

The “SynchroPulse” option is recommended for the welding of aluminum alloys when a rippled seam appearance is required. This effect is achieved by modifying the welding power between two operating points.

 

! SynchroPulse works in Standard Synergic and Pulse Synergic Mode – but only on the TransSteel 3000C Pulse

 

 

TIG WELDING

TIG
PULSEWELDING

Pulse welding is primarily used for out-of-position welding or when welding especially thin materials. The pulse setting range is from 1 Hz to 990 Hz.

 

TAC
TACKING FUNCTION

The weld pool is made to oscillate by means of pulse currents. This makes it easier to tack components together and reduces the tacking time. The pulsed arc facilitates the process with very thin materials, since the temperatures are slightly lower in the phases with less current.

  • Time saving of up to 50% for the user compared to conventional tacking
  • Fast tacking points without burning off the edges
  • Minimal temper coloration at the tacking points
  • Spot function

 

TOUCH DOWN IGNITION

The highly accurate touchdown ignition is on a par with high frequency ignition and contributes towards user-friendliness.

 

GAS PRE-FLOW TIME + GAS POST FLOW

TransSteel automatically calculates the duration of the optimal gas post-flow time according to the set welding current. This improves the gas shield of the weld seam end and tungsten electrode.

  

MMA WELDING

SOFTSTART

The SoftStart function ensures a stable arc at the start of welding and was specially developed for electrodes that are welded with a low welding current (basic electrodes).

 

ANTI-STICK

If a short circuit occurs that causes the electrode to stick during MMA welding, the power source is switched off immediately. This prevents the electrode from burning out.

 

HOTSTART

To make the electrode easier to ignite, the current at the power source is increased for a fraction of a second during ignition. The HotStart function was specially developed for welding with rutile and Cel electrodes.