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  • xseabee
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    Hawk , go to ckworldwide.com, and click on exclusive tig torches. They might have what you need.
    Gregg

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  • HAWK
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    Kevin and Cope,

    Thanks for your help. Kevin, let me know what you find. I want it for an odd ball situation: DCSP with He for 1/2" Al plate.

    Thanks again.

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  • Kevin Disney
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    Hawk,

    I remember about 20 years ago that we used some 500 amp water cooled torches with Miller SyncroWave 300's. This was for thick aluminum plate repairs on heat exchangers. I can't remember the torch manufacturer. I will do some research and see if I can find it and see if it is available with a gas valve.

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  • cope
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    Re: Tig Torches

    Originally posted by HAWK
    I want a water cooled torch for my Trailblazer that will keep up with the machine at max output for scratch start DC tig. Apparently no one offers a 300 amp water cooled torch with a gas valve. I know Miller and others offer a 250 amp water cooled torch assembly with gas valve. Will this torch handle the 280-300 amps for 4-10 minutes at a time? If not, then does anybody make a 300 amp water cooled torch with a gas valve?
    Hawk, Check out Pro-Fax.

    http://www.profax-lenco.com/

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  • HAWK
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    Tig Torches

    I want a water cooled torch for my Trailblazer that will keep up with the machine at max output for scratch start DC tig. Apparently no one offers a 300 amp water cooled torch with a gas valve. I know Miller and others offer a 250 amp water cooled torch assembly with gas valve. Will this torch handle the 280-300 amps for 4-10 minutes at a time? If not, then does anybody make a 300 amp water cooled torch with a gas valve?
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