• Mig Welders

    Mig welding also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) has been around since the 1940's. It incorporates the use of a inert gas to shield the arc of electricity used to fuse the metals being combine. Chief Elektron Fusion Technologies welders use various technology to achieve a better looking high performance weld.

    The new generation vehicles being manufactured today use a mix of different materials, which require different joining techniques. Chief's MIG/MAG welders all use inverter-based power sources that can meet all the technical specifications provided by the car manufacturers.

    MULTIMIG 621

    MIG/MAG Welder 621

    The MULTIMIG 621 mechanically and electrically controls the welding parameters to make aluminum welding easier and for increased confidence.

    Supply Voltage - Multiple, 3Ø

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    MULTIMIG 522

    MIG/MAG Welder 522

    The MULTIMIG 522 mechanically and electrically controls the welding parameters to achieve a TIG-looking weld bead. Comes with 2 power torches and a standard push-pull torch.

    Supply Voltage - 230V, 1Ø

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    MULTIMIG 511

    MIG/MAG Welder 511

    The MULTIMIG 511 is a push-pull torch designed specifically to optimize aluminum welding..

    Supply Voltage - 230V, 1Ø

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    MULTIMIG 190

    Multimig 190

    For welding jobs on steel and aluminum sheets, perfect for body shops, applications by craftsmen and industry, for spot-, seam- and interval-welding, with mixed gas or CO²

    Supply Voltage - 230V, 1Ø

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    The Chief MIG/MAG welders provide a series of synergic programs specially prepared for the filler wires to be used in Steel (mild & stainless) and Aluminum welding or for galvanized sheet metal and High-strength steel brazing, such as CuSi3, AlBz8 (CuAl8). Chief welders come with a very large set of synergic programs loaded in the machine.

    The synergic program is formed by a series of points that relate voltage and current (wire speed). The programs stored in the welder provide a valuable aid in establishing the ideal parameters to perform the work. The operator simply selects a synergic program, according to the wire used and recommended shelding gas, and the thinkness of the workpiece to set the base parameters. He can then adjust the parameters as needed to match the specific application and his personal way of welding.