Miller 22A Wire Feeder with Digital Display and Voltage Control (951192)
Miller 22A Wire Feeder with Digital Display and Voltage Control (951192)
Miller 22A Wire Feeder with Digital Display and Voltage Control (951192)
Miller 22A Wire Feeder with Digital Display and Voltage Control (951192)

Miller 22A Wire Feeder with Digital Display and Voltage Control (951192)

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The 951194 is no longer available. The suggested replacement is the Miller 951780 20 Series Digital Feeder.

Miller's 22A & 24A wire feeders are simple & cost-effective feeders for industrial manufacturing and fabricating.

Processes:
• MIG & Flux-Cored

22A 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. 24A has four drive rolls for larger wire diameters
• 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
Remote voltage control Included with this model -- Parameter adjustments can be made in weld cell or at a remote location
Adjustable run-in control is Included with this model

Quick Specs:
• Input Power: 24 VAC, 7 A, 50/60 Hz
• Wire Diameter Capacity: 22A - .023-5/64" | 24A - .023-3/32"
• Wire Feed Speed: 75-750 IPM
• Weight: 22A - 36lbs | 24A - 40lbs
• Dimensions: 11" H x 10.75" W x 23.5" D
• Max Spool Size Capacity: 60 lb coil * with optional wire reel assembly (108008)

Includes:
• 22A Feeder with Digital Display, Voltage Control, & Run-In Control
• 15-foot Bernard BTB MIG Gun
• 10-foot 14-pin interconnecting cord
• .035/.045 Drive Rolls
• (3) .035 & (2) .045 Centerfire Contact Tips

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