Lincoln 115V Cool Arc 40 (K1813-1)
Lincoln 115V Cool Arc 40 (K1813-1)
Lincoln 115V Cool Arc 40 (K1813-1)
Lincoln 115V Cool Arc 40 (K1813-1)

Lincoln 115V Cool Arc 40 (K1813-1)

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The Cool-Arc 40 is a reliable and affordable water cooler for water-cooled MIG or TIG as well as plasma cutting applications. Available in both 115 and 230 volt models, the Cool-Arc 40 is compatible with all Lincoln water-cooled systems including Cobramatic. The Cool-Arc 40 features a rugged industrial pump manufactured by Pro-Con, the leading pump manufacturer for welding water coolers. This pump is an industry standard, making the Cool-Arc 40 easy to service and maintain. The Cool-Arc 40 operates smoothly and minimizes vibrations that would otherwise be transferred to the welding torch.

Features
• Industry standard Pro-Con internal water pump is easy to service and maintain and is designed for continuous operation, delivering a steady flow
• Powerful “muffin-style” tube axial fan provides efficient cooling, low noise, and smooth operation to minimize vibration in the welding torch
• Plastic, non-corrosive, 2-gallon reservoir limits loaded Cool-Arc 40 weight to 60 lbs
• Unit can be mounted and operated either horizontally or vertically for minimal footprint
• Compatible with all Lincoln water-cooled systems including Cobramatic water-cooled push-pull torches

Quick Specs:
• Dimensions: 34 in x 9 in x 9 in (H x W x D)
• Weight: 46 lbs
• Voltage: 115V
• Phase: 1-Phase
• Hertz: 50/60
• Output: 60 PSIG
• Reservoir: 2 Gallons

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