Lincoln Electric K1170 AC-225 230/1/60
AC Stick Welder
The AC-225 compact stick welder has a broad welding amperage range of 40-225 amps. It produces an extremely smooth AC arc for welding a wide variety of materials including carbon, low alloy, and stainless steels as well as cast iron. Metals 16 gauge and heavier can be easily arc welded with the AC-225.
Applications include: repair and maintenance welding, fabricating or modifying equipment, building tools or fixtures, build-up welding on worn parts or dies, and hardfacing new or worn parts for longer service life. Also for cutting and piercing holes in steel.
Easy to install. Comes with attached 6 ft. (1.8m) input power cable and NEMA 6-50P plug.
Easy to operate. Full range 40-225 amp selector switch quickly sets the welding current and ensures a uniform arc each and every time you weld.
Traditional design provides long-life and low cost operation.
Compact size allows for easy storage and handling.
Smooth arc makes it easy to weld with different electrodes, including mild steel, low hydrogen, stainless steel and hardfacing electrodes.
225 amp AC output is enough for 3/16" (4.8mm) diameter general purpose mild steel electrodes and 5/32" (4.0mm) sizes of other electrodes.
Optional carbon arc torch for brazing and soldering applications, for heating rusty nuts for easier removal, and for bending or straightening metal.
Fan-cooled for extra thermal protection.
Vermin resistant mesh bottom keeps rodents and pests out of the case.
Powder paint finish for increased durability.
NEMA rated (60 Hz only).
UL listed and CSA approved (60 Hz only).
3 year warranty on parts and labor.
Manufactured under a quality system certified to ISO 9001 requirements.
Weight:109 lbs. (49.5 kgs. )
Dimensions (in) H x W x D : 24 x 17.25 x 12
Dimensions (mm) H x W x D : 610 x 438 x 305
Insulated electrode holder and cable
Heavy duty work clamp and cable
Lightweight headshield with lenses
Sample pack of electrodes
Helpful Welders Guide
Input cable with attached plug
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