Clarke MIG102NG 90amp No Gas MIG Welder by Clarke International

November 4, 2019 - Comment

Ideal for automotive and general fabrication this welder does not require a gas cylinder. Flux cored steel welding wire, produces its own gas shroud as it burns allowing this machine to weld steel without gas whilst providing optimum performance and relia – Professional type torch with full on/off control (not permanently live)– Multiple power settings

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Ideal for automotive and general fabrication this welder does not require a gas cylinder. Flux cored steel welding wire, produces its own gas shroud as it burns allowing this machine to weld steel without gas whilst providing optimum performance and relia

– Professional type torch with full on/off control (not permanently live)

– Multiple power settings for accurate welding power control

– Turbo fan cooling for greater efficiency

– Thermal overload protection

– Extra tough protective casing



– Welding torch

– 2 x 0.9mm torch tips (1 installed in torch)

– Earth clamp

– Two piece welding mask/face shield

– Mini spool flux cored wire (0.45kg)

– Combination wire brush/hammer

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Comments

Anonymous says:

The welder is very good, BUT I have had problems after the torch … The welder is very good, BUT I have had problems after the torch liner became damaged giving wire feed issues. It seems to be a non standard fit, finding a replacement is impossible, I had to use a generic one and make modifications. Come on Clarke, if you sell the welder please sell the parts. If it was not for this it would be 5 stars

Anonymous says:

Best choice for DIY, flux core wire mig welder Needles to say, it’s a Clarke welder, that alone says it’s worth it. It’s most basic mig you can imagine (only 4 power settings), but of one of the best makes – basic model, but from a TOP shelf!Stable weld, no issues, V simple to use. Much smaller, and lighter, when comparing with simmilar welders. Best I could find on market for the purpose of DIY use, and since it uses standard MB15 torch it’s SOOO simple, AND cheap, to get all replacement parts for it you’d need – m6 contact…

Anonymous says:

great welder shame it does not go down to 30 amps

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