Lightweight, compact dimensions and ease of use positions the Kempacts as invaluable tools in thin sheet fabrication, motor vehicle repairs, general repair and maintenance, in shipyards or offshore, or anywhere where portability is as important as reliability and performance.
Based on the company’s most advanced inverter technology, the Kempact MIG 2520/2530 models provide excellent arc quality from compact, lightweight packages yet achieve a remarkably high duty cycle: 250 amps at 40%.
Kempact MIG 2520 and 2530 models are ideal for applications where portability is an essential consideration. The mains voltage operation is 3 phase 400 Volt with a fuse delay of 16amps.
At just 17.5kg and 20kg respectively, the weight of these new MIG machines is only a quarter of comparative products, so the easy-to-move Kempacts are particularly well suited to repair, installation and supply work as well as light and medium duty in-shop use. A three- or 4.5-metre Torch cable can be specified.
When designing the machine, Kemppi aimed to maximise simplicity and ease of use. Therefore all welding values can be easily adjusted on the front-facing dials, and the machines are capable of working with a full range of materials.
Wire diameters range between 0.6mm and 1.0mm for steel and stainless steel, 0.9mm and 1.2mm for flux cored wires and aluminium, and 0.8mm and 1.0mm for silicon bronze. The 2520 will accommodate five kilos of wire, whilst the 2530 will take a massive 15 kg reel.
Changes can be made to polarity for gasless flux cored welding. Wire inch with a safety speed makes the spool change easy and quick, with a lower safety risk.
Kempact MIG machines are equipped with two-wheel wire drive mechanisms, providing smooth feeding with all wire materials: steel, stainless, aluminium and silicon bronze. Wire feed is variable between one and 18 m/min.
Excellent arc ignition is assisted by automatic end-pulse and automatic burn-back technology, and there is no need to cut the ball at the end of the wire before welding. Electronic arc dynamic control offers optimum performance in all situations.
Kempact MIG inverter-based machines are equipped with stepless wire-feed speed and voltage control dials, so that users can optimise arc performance. In addition, the units are also designed to be used with generators, further extending the fields of operation.
The two-wheel transport unit ST7 allows the Kempact MIG 2530 to be mounted away from the workshop floor. Kemppi MMT 25 and MMT 27 gas-cooled MIG guns are available in three metre or 4.5 metre lengths.
MMT MIG guns can be equipped with Kemppi’s patented DL Teflon liner (Weldsnake) in order to maximise the welding quality with both aluminium and stainless steel wires.
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Kemppi Australia | Welding Machines & Accessories
Manufacturers of electric arc , MIG, TIG and MMA welding machines and related accessories
Kemppi Australia Pty Ltd is a subsidiary of Kemppi Oy, Finland a leading global designer and
manufacturer of electric arc welding equipment and welding software solutions . Kemppi incorporates the latest industry technology to deliver high-end equipment that increases welding quality and productivity.
The Kemppi family established Kemppi Oy in 1949 and it remains a wholly owned family operation.
In 2011, turnover exceeded 110m Euro. Today, the business employs over 600 people globally. It imports via 15 international subsidiaries and exports directly to a further 70 markets.
Kemppi’s headquarters and main manufacturing facility are located on a 30,000 square metre site in Lahti, Finland. The facility incorporates electronic and welding equipment manufacturing plants that are accredited to both ISO9001 and ISO14001. The company also has overseas manufacturing operations in Suzhou, China and Chennai, India.
To ensure complete control of product quality and supply chain management, Kemppi Oy invested in its own high-tech automated manufacturing plant for printed circuit boards which are integrated within the Kemppi range of equipment.
The company also owns its own software development company, JPP Soft , this software is developed and used exclusively within Kemppi products and welding software solutions.
Kemppi Australia commenced operations in 2000. From its head office in Smithfield, Sydney, it provides sales, customer service and logistical support for the Australian, New Zealand and Pacific island markets. The modern Australian facility combines a distribution warehouse, which maintains local stocks of equipment and spare parts, together with a service workshop and purpose-built welding demonstration bays.