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The Pilot Paton Plant’s dealers now have the opportunity to measure the real welding current04.01.2019
Often, both beginners and even experienced welders choosing a welding unit, consider the rated welding current as the main characteristic. In addition, as a rule, novice welders, guided by the advice of friends or information from forums on the Internet, strive to choose the apparatus according to the principle “the more current is declared, the better”. Thus, such figures as 250, 280, 315, 350 amps and more appear in the requests of customers.
The reason for this phenomenon is a significant discrepancy between the declared and a real welding current for the devices mainly made in China, as well as the lack of special equipment at the stores for checking the welding current. In practice, often, such devices produce a real current significantly (in many cases 100 or more amperes) less than the declared one.
The Pilot Paton Plant took up the solution to this problem by launching a project to provide the largest dealers of PATON ™ products with special measuring instruments, capable of accurately showing the actual welding current or voltage of any apparatus.
Thus, in such stores, buyers of welding equipment will no longer buy a “cat in a bag”, but will be able to check the actual welding current of any unit just before buying and make a more informed choice.