Win every productivity and quality challenge with Inverpulse Wave21 May 2020
Inverpulse Wave is a range of multi-process wire welding machines with Wave technology, designed for application environments where power and productivity are fundamental.
Available in models 60.30 and 60.40 (also liquid cooled- Aqua versions), Inverpulse Wave is the ideal solution for those seeking utmost working quality and reliability over time.
The new synergistic curves are the result of important investments in research and development of welding arc dynamics to guarantee unprecedented performance and working experience: try it!
Inverpulse Wave combine heavy duty with extreme working precision.
WAVE OS – WELDING INTELLIGENCE
The advanced intelligence of the Wave OS operating system assists the user in his/her work and allows complete control and monitoring of the work process and the related costs.
STABLE AND CONTROLLED ARC
The combination of know-how gained in the field and advanced R&D have allowed complete review of the welding programs and dynamics, guaranteeing an unprecedented experience (workable welding bath, spray-free starts, greater bath penetration, part execution speed, etc.). Greater precision for small touch-ups and more efficiency.
DESIGNED TO LAST OVER TIME
Inverpulse Wave is designed to guarantee maximum performance over time thanks to the solutions designed for heavy use.
The Inverpulse Wave range implements advanced welding arcs, the result of know-how and technological innovation made in Telwin.
PULSE & PoP: quality welding without spatters
PULSE and POP (PULSE ON PULSE) technologies were developed to meet the need to improve productiveness and quality of welding in traditional MIG spray arc and short arc processes.
ROOT-MIG: easy gap filling of distant pieces
The welding of pieces spaced at a distance has never been so quick and easy. ROOT-MIG offers an alternative solution to the first pass in TIG, improving performance quite considerably.
DEEP-MIG: high penetration at great speed
DEEP-MIG provides all the solutions for the welding of thick pieces that the short-arc is unable to match: minimum passes to achieve the desired result.