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Submerged-Arc Welding

Mr. Sascha RUDNIK

phone +49 3531 500-881
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Manual Submerged-Arc Welding

The wire feeding unit DV UP-H with integrated control unit and four-roller drive is designed for manual submerged-arc welding and optimised for use in connection with the hand torch UP-H 500. The system is suited for welding large seam geometries without any possibility of automation, e.g. frames of windmill towers or large fittings of containers and pipes. The wire feeding unit can be used for welding with solid wires as well as filler wires. The machine can be operated in two-stroke or four-stroke mode. Kjellberg's GTH 802 power source is ideally suited for this process. Nominal values for welding current, arc voltage and welding speed can easily be pre-adjusted. The flux supply is realised with a mobile pressure tank. The easy-to-handle hand torch is equipped with a separate flux shutoff device that enables the operator to directly start and end the welding process. The well-protected electronics allows a high degree of mobility of the SA welding unit. The currentless wire threading makes it easier to weld even under difficult conditions.

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Manual submerged-arc welding DV UP-H
Max. welding current range
at 100% duty cycle
500 A
Max. open circuit voltage 65 V
Wire feeding speed 1 - 16 m/min
Wire coil, max. 30 kg
Wire diameter  
0.6 - 2.0 mm
  CrNi 0.8 - 2.0 mm
  Flux cored wires
1.0 - 2.4 mm
Protection class IP 23
(L x W x H)
710 x 250 x 500 mm
Weight 25 kg
  • Easy-to-handle torch
  • Flux supply with external mobile pressure tank, manual flux shutoff device at torch
  • Robust four-roller wire feeder with even contact pressure
  • Suited for solid and filler wires
  • Stepless pre-adjustment of nominal values for welding current and voltage as well as start parameters on front panel
  • Switchable from two-stroke to four-stroke operation
  • Safetly situated electronics
  • Currentless wire threading and return
  • Upgrade of existing GTH power sources possible, other on request

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