The SKYLINE ALU series inverter generators are specifically designed for AC TIG welding of aluminum and its alloys. They also allow DC TIG welding of steel and for MMA welding of acid, rutile and basic electrodes. The arc striking in TIG welding is triggered by HF or LIFT ARC.
The inverter technology and special design features allow for reduced weight and size without losing reliability and performance.
Thanks to the microprocessors, welding is controlled moment-to-moment which allows stability, dynamics even at minimum amperages and perfect arc ignition
These generators have been designed for high performance, offering significant advantages in terms of efficiency and reliability. The efficiency of the processes saves production time; controlled ventilation and cooling allows for further reduction in energy costs.
The control panel allows you to adjust the settings in an easy and intuitive way, both in touchscreen mode or using the knobs.You can configure 3 levels of complexity depending on the operator's experience level. You can save up to 99 programs as Jobs. For added safety, the interface can be locked with password-protected access to functions.
Numerous functions are available for TIG welding, including:
In MMA welding, the Hot Start and the ARC Force are adjustable.
There is also a VRD function, required for use in increased risk environments.
Remote adjustment can be done using manual, pedal or up-down torch controls.
The generator is also equipped with a series of devices and sensors that guarantee maximum efficiency and safety.
The SKYLINE ALU range is produced in full compliance with European Standards, guaranteeing a technologically advanced and safe product in all its components.
|Main voltage||3x400 V
|Delayed line fuse||12 A - 400 V
|Max. absorbed power||9.2 kVA
|CURRENT REGULATION RANGE||5÷250 A
|Duty Factor||50% 250A
|No-load voltage||55 V
|Ø MMA electrodes||1.6 ÷ 4.0
|Ø TIG electrodes||1.0 ÷ 3.2
64.2 kg complete configuration
|Dimension (WxDxH)||250x550x432 mm
554x996x908 mm complete configuration
|EQUIVALENT MODELS||no equivalent models|