Miller 20 Series Digital Model Feeder w/BTB Gun (951780)

Miller 20 Series Digital Model Feeder w/BTB Gun (951780001)

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Miller's New 20 Series feeders have the same features as the 22A feeders, but offer a more user-friendly interface. The 20 series feeders are simple & cost-effective feeders for industrial manufacturing and fabricating.

• MIG & Flux-Cored

20 Series Features:
• Wire feed speed range is 75 –750 IPM! This offers a wider operating range than the competition
• Trigger hold control allows operator to make long extended welds without having to hold gun trigger
• Gear-driven drive rolls offer smooth, positive and accurate wire feed with long, uninterrupted service life.
• On-board burnback and motor ramp control offers unmatched starting and stopping performance on a variety of power sources. This helps to ensure positive arc starting performance
• 16-gauge sheet metal housing is robust in rough service applications and less prone to damage

Digital Meters, Remote Voltage Control, and Run-In Control are Included with this Model.

Quick Specs:
• Input Power: 24 VAC, 3.5 A, 50/60 Hz
• Wire Diameter Capacity: .023-5/64"
• Wire Feed Speed: 75-750 IPM
• Weight: 46 lbs
• Dimensions: 16" H x 12.375" W x 27.875" D
• Max Spool Size Capacity: 60 lb coil * with optional wire reel assembly (108008)

• 20 Series Digital Feeder
• 15-foot 300A Bernard BTB MIG Gun
• 10-foot 14-Pin Interconnecting Cord
• .035/.045 V-Groove Drive Rolls (4 Rolls)
• (3) .035 & (2) .045 Centerfire Contact Tips

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