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Announcing the Exagon 400 CC/CV from GYS

Announcing the Exagon 400 CC/CV from GYS

26-Jan-2018 by: Kirstie Davies - Marketing Manager GYS LTD

The Exagon is a truly versatile 6 in 1 multiprocess machine.  It has a high duty 400 Amps @ 60%.

This results in increased productivity and extended use.  The machine has a reinforced outer casing to ensure maximum protection in harsh environments.

With its powerful output and high duty cycle, productivity and usage is increasded massively.  These features are well protected by an IP23 classfied casing.

Neil Burton, Industrial Welding Manager, GYS "The Exagon will hold 50 pre-set jobs and provides increased productivity through its high duty cycle (400A @ 60%).  Cooling is optimised via an air tight ventilation system which insulates the electronic components from damaging ingress.  All of this secured within an IP23 desgined casing."

Key Features of the Exagon include:

  • Jobs can be retrieved swiftly through the Quick load feature.  Enabling the user to access the pre-set job through the click of the torch trigger.
  • VRD - voltage reduction device for safe use.
  • Large display that is ultra-bright with anti-glare and lockable key pad.
  • The controls have been designed with the user in mind so are easily adjustable with gloved hands.

Neil Burton, Industrial Welding Manager, "the display is visible even when exposed to the sunlight.  It has a simple interface with easily adjustable buttons and knobs and the settings are directly adjustable with two knobs.

Multi Process Welding

MMA: basic rutile and cellulosic

MMA Pulse: ideal for rising vertical welding

MIG/MAG: solid wire and cored wire

Workshop water coold wire feeder

Construction site wire feeder

Arc Gouging with carbon electrode

TIG DC with TIG lift start.

The Exagon delivers capable and reliable functionality in response to the intensive needs of hostile environments.  Truly customisable - various machine options allow the user to adapt their machine to whatever the job demands.