EWR Shielding Gas Regulator
Weld More Efficiently – Optimize Shielding Gas Use
To achieve the most economical and efficient welding operation possible, getting the most out of your shielding gas has to be part of that process. In the past, measuring gas usage wasn't possible, since gas consumption isn't a visible part of the process, and gauges only provide limited, if vital, information.
Now, ABICOR BINZEL offers our shielding gas regulator the EWR, short for Electronic Welding Regulator, to maximize shielding gas use like you have never experienced before. Simple to install and works instantly.
The EWR system saves shielding gas at the same time as providing better gas coverage! Reliable, defined and verifiable, the EWR has proven to save some up to 60% on their gas use. Use for handheld and robotic MIG and robotic TIG welding applications.
Available in Basic and Pro models. Pro model shown.
|Weight approx.:||1.3 kg|
118 x 148 x 58 mm
|Electrical connection:||24 V DC, 450 mA – 750 mA|
|Outgoing idle flow:||0.2–2.0 bar: 5.0–23.0 l/min|
|Flow rate:||5.0–30.0 l/min
|In-/Outgoing pressure:||Ingoing pressure ↔ Outgoing pressure
2–6 bar ↔ to 0.6 bar
3–6 bar ↔ to 1.2 bar
4–6 bar ↔ to 2.0 bar
(If pressure is below 2 bar the EWR shuts off)
|Working range of measuring shunts:||Shunt ↔ Working range
150 A ↔ 45–150 A
300 A ↔ 90–300 A
500 A ↔ 150–500 A
Why use EWR Electronic Welding Regulator?
- High gas savings - up to 60%
- Increased process stability - a steadier welding arc
- Longer lifetimes - increase consumable and gas lifespan
- Reduced handling costs
- Standardized processes
- Less reworking
Product Literature & Parts List
Quick Installation Guide for the EWR.
Comparing shielding gas flow with and without the use of ABICOR BINZEL Electronic Welding Regulator. The EWR optimizes gas consumption for welding operations.
Comparing the welding arc with and without the use of ABICOR BINZEL Electronic Welding Regulator. The EWR optimizes gas consumption for welding operations.
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