Lincoln Invertec V155-S Stick Welder (K2605-1)

Lincoln Invertec V155-S Stick Welder (K2605-1)

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Portable. Professional. Rugged. Affordable.

The Invertec® V155-S offers much more than you would expect from a welder this size. Weighing in at just under 15 lbs. (6.8 kg) the Invertec® V155-S is no lightweight contender. It packs the full punch of a heavyweight professional that you can take to the most demanding job sites. It features 120/230V auto reconnect operation and can operate from a portable generator. It can also plug into a 200 ft. (61 m) 230V extension cord so you can weld just about anywhere.

  • Two stick modes, SOFT and CRISP, provide the right arc characteristics for different types of electrodes.
  • Fan-As-Needed™ (F.A.N.™) reduces noise and dust inside the machine.
  • Auto-Adaptive Arc Force minimizes electrode sticking in the puddle without compromising arc stability or increased spatter.
  • Automatic Hot Start boosts the current during starting to make striking an arc easier.
  • Touch Start TIG® mode - it’s like getting a TIG welder for free!
  • Two stick modes, SOFT and CRISP, provide the right arc characteristics for different types of electrodes.
  • Fan-As-Needed™ (F.A.N.™) reduces noise and dust inside the machine.
  • Auto-Adaptive Arc Force minimizes electrode sticking in the puddle without compromising arc stability or increased spatter.
  • Automatic Hot Start boosts the current during starting to make striking an arc easier.
  • Touch Start TIG® mode - it’s like getting a TIG welder for free!
    • Invertec® V155-S
    • Stick electrode holder, cable and Twist Mate™ plug
    • Work cable and clamp with Twist Mate™ plug
    • Fully adjustable shoulder strap
    • 120/230V input cord, 6.6 ft. (2 m) with a 120V 15 Amp plug
    • Extra 120V 20 Amp plug

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