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Hobart Handler 190 Wire Feed Welder

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| SKU: 100257862
$694.89
Hobart Handler 190 Wire Feed Welder
Hobart Handler 190 Wire Feed Welder

The Hobart Handler 190 provides a low cost option to weld aluminum with a small frame MIG welder. The spool gun circuitry is already built in so no extra kits or controls are required. The Handler 190 features a 7-position voltage switch and infinite wire feed speed control. It comes complete with a comfortable 10 ft. H100S4-10 welding gun, built-in gas valve, dual gauge regulator and gas hose, power cord with plug, 10 ft. work cable with clamp, sample spool of .030 in. self-shielded flux-cored welding wire, 8 in. wire spool adapter, extra .030 in. contact tips and a weld set-up chart.

  • 7 voltage selections, enhanced magnetics & infinite wire feed speed control
  • Gives improved arc performance, less spatter, better bead & less cleanup
  • Welds 24 gauge up to 5/16 in. steel
  • Built-in spool gun control circuitry
  • Built-in wire feeder with quick-release drive roll lever
  • Built-in contactor eases use & is an excellent safety feature
  • Easy access to polarity changeover
  • Dual groove drive rolls make it easy to switch from one wire size to another
  • 1 knurled & 1 smooth groove for .030 to .035 in. wire
  • Self-resetting thermal overload & motor protection
  • Power - CV, DC, 1-phase
  • Processes - MIG, flux cored
  • Made in the USA
  • Weight: Approximately: 78 pounds
  • Shipping Dimensions: Approximately 24 x 18.5 x 13.5 inches. (oversized)
Made In USA
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