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Weldmark by Tweco WMK52
Weldmark by Tweco 14 Series for 250Amp MIG Gun Standard Duty
Manufacturer
IWDC
Brand
Weldmark by Tweco
MFR Part No
WMK52
Part Number
WEM WMK52
UPC
608246387390
Descriptions
Marketing Descriptions
Weldmark® by Tweco® 14 Series Standard Duty Brass Gas Diffuser is perfect for use with slip-on nozzle assemblies with 250 A Tweco® No. 2 MIG gun series as well as eliminator front-end consumables. Gas diffuser has magnificent electrical properties making it ideal for use in light to medium duty standard welding application up to 250 A. 1.99" Gas diffuser with 3/8" thread size has four 0.094" gas holes. It features part number rolled stamped on the external surface and overall length for easy identification. Gas diffuser is made from 360-brass alloy bar stock offers consistent dimensional stability. It has a proper threaded size conductor tube to be used with MIG guns. It features machined threads on the external surface to let the nozzle assemblies to thread over and accommodate the nozzle in place during the welding process. Gas diffuser features a conduit set screw that can accommodate the conduit liner in place. Gas diffuser is sold as 5 per pack.
Specifications
Item Length
1.99000000
Freight Class
70
Member Supplier Source
IWDC Distribution Centers
Standard Pack UOM
BG
Standard Pack Units
5.0
Welding Process
MIG (GMAW)
Work Duty Rating
Standard Duty
MIG Gun Series
Series 2
Standard UOM
EA
Amperage Rating ~ Max
250
MIG Nozzle Connection Type
Threaded
MIG Diffuser Series
14 Series
MIG Diffuser Material
Brass
MIG Diffuser Application Type
Standard Duty
Weight
0.0000
Item Length Metric
5.0546
Item Length US
1.9900
Mfg OEM Part Number Xref
15201101
Process
MIG (GMAW)
PrintMain
12255
Features
Easy identification - part no rolled stamped on the outside surface | Contains a conduit set screw used to hold the conduit liner in place | Machined from 360 brass alloy bar stock to ensure consistent dimensional stability | Designed to be used with Slip-on nozzle assemblies | A machined thread is on the outside surface to allow the nozzle insulator to thread over holding the Slip-on nozzle in place during the welding process | Recessed Tips are generally used for higher heat applications where longer electrical stick-out is required, or in cases where the nozzle may touch the work piece (tack, spot, and stitch) | Flush Tips are generally used where a shorter electrical stick-out is used sometimes resulting in shorter/tighter arc lengths, this brings the tip closer to the work piece | Protruding Tips are generally used when welding open root pipe or any joint that requires the welder to get into a tight weld joint | However the down side to this is the chance of arcing the tip to the work piece, which could damage front end parts resulting in downtime needed to replace
Additional Info
Enriched Indicator
Not Enhanced
Country of Origin
China