WIA Weldmatic multi-process range

WIA’s next-generation welders have landed

Built with new digital platforms and extensive features, the next generation of WIA welders have landed, complete with three years warranty and better-than-ever reliability and performance for the Australian market.

Everything about WIA’s new models is new, from its robust design, smooth silicon dials, high level of performance, up-to-date digital technology and an extensive list of features. Every choice that was made in their formation has the user top of mind.

Two new models have also been added, including a highly portable Weldarc 135 stick welder and a Weldmatic 180 multi-process machine. Both models are designed for beginner to intermediate welders who require a 10 Amp plug.

Each model has been completely re-developed and built with new digital technology for enhanced welding performance, precise arc waveforms and a more stable arc control. This exciting new platform also allows for potential software upgrades to easily be made in the future.

Product Manager Aleksandr Koshelyev says, “it is exciting where we could take these machines. Simple upgrades can be developed and implemented to meet market demands quickly and easily. When it comes to commercial welding machines, this WIA range has it all. Each machine was built to meet welders’ wants, needs and more.”

Take the all-new Weldarc 185 Stick /TIG welder for example. It has been designed with a range of improvements and new features to suit light fabrication, repair, maintenance, farming, and building and construction projects. The Weldarc 185 machine now has a higher duty cycle than previous models, meaning it will run for longer at 185 Amps.

It also comes with VRD for safety requirements and Fan on Demand which runs only when the machine reaches its maximum heating point, reducing noise and the amount of dust getting into the machine. Additionally, it has digital meters for precise adjustment and is IP23S rated for added environmental safety protection – a requirement for some mine sites.

What truly sets this machine apart is its Power Factor Correction (PFC)  feature which makes it tolerant to unconditioned power when generators are used and tolerant to being operated on long extension leads.

Like all WIA machines, the Weldarc 185 is built with high-quality components and comes with three years warranty (power source only).

From repair, maintenance, light-medium and heavy fabrication, WIA’s new Weldmatic multi-process range has also been fully re-designed to maximise ease of use, portability, flexibility and reliability. All come packaged with a new improved MIG gun featuring a flexible gooseneck for better positioning and a new ball cable joint for more flexibility.

WIA’s exciting next generation of welding machines are available now Australia-wide. 

For more information go to welding.com.au or phone: 1300 300 884.