Electronic controls, TIG weld capabilities in DC or in balanced AC, compact designs, and high power are some of the features of Marquette welders. Their compact and powerful power source allows them to function from 5 to 130 amps to weld the thinnest metals.
Easy ARC starting is possible because of Marquette's high-frequency feature. The post-flow control feature prevents contamination of the electrode and the weld puddle. Marquette welders have solid steel welding wire for welding with shields, and this feature can compensate automatically for line voltage fluctuations.
The slope-up feature built into these welders prevents cold weld starts, while the slope-down feature prevents burn through when working on thin metals. Among the other features of Marquette welders are pre-flow and post-flow controls, trigger-activated welding wire, and high-welding current stability even at the lowest output levels.
Users have the choice to operate Marquette welders with optional manual foot pedals, remote control units and pulsed ARC accessory units. Optional electrode holders and ground clamp cables can be used for stick ARC welding with coated electrodes. Other optional features, such as an extension cable for the amperage control unit as well as a flow meter, provide additional welding capabilities for Marquette units.