Miller Electric Mfg. Co., has a new line of MIG welders available for farm and ranch use aimed at operator ease-of-use and arc stability.
The new Millermatic DVI2, 212 and 252, maintain the same high arc stability characteristics of their predecessors (the DVI, 210 and 251), but add several new features such as the ability to roll rather than lift gas cylinders into place, and to switch easily between steel and aluminum applications.
Miller Electric Mfg. Co., has upgraded a popular line of welders for farm and ranch applications with its new Millermatic DVI2, 212 and 252 models. One convenience of all three new machines is the ability to roll gas cylinders on and off and not lift them as older models required.
Another innovation in the new line is an angled dual-gear drive system with a spring-loaded drive roll for easy wire changes and a tool-less drive roll changeover. Also, the new models have an EZ-Access consumable compartment and parameter chart located on the front of the machine below the control panel.
In addition, Miller's exclusive Gun-On-Demand is featured on both the 212 (standard) and the DVI2 (optional). This feature allows users to keep both a MIG gun and a Spoolmate spool gun (for aluminum) installed at the same time and simply pull the trigger on either gun to select it for welding.
For more information on the new line, click on millerwelds.com/products/mig/allinone_products.html.