Download  Print this page

Klutch MIG 140i Owner's Manual page 7

120v inverter mig welder
Hide thumbs

Advertisement

Always have a qualified person install and operate this equipment.
Make sure the area is clean, dry, and ventilated. Do not operate the welder in humid, wet, or
poorly ventilated areas.
Always have your welder maintained by a qualified technician in accordance with local, state and
national codes.
Always be aware of your work environment. Be sure to keep other people, especially children,
away from you while welding.
Keep harmful arc rays shielded from the view of others.
Mount the welder on a secure bench or cart that will keep the welder secure and prevent it from
tipping over or falling.
Your Welder's Condition
Check the ground cable, power cord, and welding cable to be sure the insulation is not damaged.
Always replace or repair damaged components before using the welder.
Check all components to ensure they are clean and in good operating condition before use.
During Operation
Do not operate the welder if the output cable, electrode, torch, or any accessories are wet. Do
not immerse them in water. These components and the welder must be completely dry before
attempting to use them.
Follow the instructions in this manual.
Keep the welder in the OFF position when not in use.
Connect ground lead as close to the area being welded as possible to ensure a good ground.
Do not allow any body part to come in contact with the welding electrode if you are in contact with
the material being welded, ground, or electrode from another welder.
Do not weld if you are in an awkward position. Always have a secure stance while welding to
prevent accidents. Wear a safety harness if working above ground.
Do not drape cables over or around your body.
Wear a full coverage helmet with appropriate shade (see ANSI Z87.1 safety standard) and safety
glasses while welding.
Wear proper gloves and protective clothing to prevent your skin from being exposed to hot metals,
UV, and IR rays.
Do not overuse or overheat your welder. Allow proper cooling time between duty cycles.
⚠WARNING
⚠CAUTION
Page 7 of 31

Hide quick links:

Advertisement

loading

  Related Manuals for Klutch MIG 140i