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  • Air Liquide Mig Welder M252

    I know this is not a miller, just hoping there is some one who might know of a source for info on this welder, can't even find a manual for it. Haven't found any one that owns a ,Air Liquid Welder. I live in Ontario Canada. This is my first post on your forum.

    thanks for any help,
    skeptic.

  • #2
    Sorry second post! Been a long time.

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    • #3
      AL appears to have been a small player in manufacturing machines.
      Lincoln Electric -France bought them.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notre-...n_paris_75.svg

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      • #4
        What do you want to know about it? I have a little air liquide stick/tig welder. Id say they're machines that are made in china, they have the look and feel of other chinese machines. Quality isn't that great but my little tig/stick still works fine 14 years later...

        Maybe go into a air liquide store and see if they can print you a manual for it.
        www.silvercreekwelding.com

        Miller Trailblazer 325 efi
        Miller extreme 12vs
        Thermal arc 186 ac/dc
        Lincoln power wave 455m/stt with 10m dual feeder

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        • #5
          This Machine is not Chinese it weighs around 240 lbs very solid I will post a picture maybe that will help!
          It has a lot of controls on front , I could experiment and figure it out sooner or later. Spot weld settings etc.
          It is light blue in color at first thought maybe Miller made them, am waiting for a gun, with Euro connection now.
          The Dealers here, Air Liquide have no information to share.
          thanks for looking, Willvis.

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          • #6
            These are pic's of the Air Liquide M252 Mig.

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            • #7
              Is this it?
              http://www.blueshield.ca/en/docs/pdf..._M200_M250.pdf
              http://www.blueshield.ca/en/docs/pdf...M252%20ang.pdf
              ---Meltedmetal

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              • #8
                Try Albania for the gun, their sellers already peddle a lot of guns and other components to brand name manufacturers.

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                • #9
                  Thank you very much made my day, Yes Meltedmetal, I found the second URL but no the manual you show. This is great am printing it off now, going from my little 100 amp Lincoln to this is will be great. Yes Franz I found a great a deal on a Mig Euro gun shipping from B.C Canada , should be in next week, can hardly wait. A friend has this Welder and raves about it , ,
                  you guys are the best,
                  Bruce.

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