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LN-25 PRO WIRE FEEDER STANDARD
MIG, Flux-Cored, STT® capability only with K2614-6 Dual Power Model
Built upon the tradition and success of the LN-25 Pro & Dual Pro K2613-5 / K2614-8, the new
LN™-25 PRO is designed to be simple, reliable and easy to
service. The LN™-25 PRO K2613-5 is ideal for field construction and
fabrication, shipyards and rental companies. The MAXTRAC®
wire drive enhances performance while the replacement case
(and many other upgrade options) can be installed in less
than five minutes.The LN™-25 PRO is available in 2models:
Standard & Dual Pro.
• The Standard model can be powered across the Arc the
feeder utilises the Arc voltage to drive the feeder.
• The Dual Pro model features a voltage control knob
for superior arc control, digital meters for increased
monitoring, MIG-STT® capability and can be
LN-25 PRO series wire feeders are designed to be simple, reliable and easy to service. Whether you are an ironworker, pipeline welder, or weld at a construction site, shipbuilding facility or metal fabrication shop, we have the right semiautomatic wire feeder for you.
• Maxtrac® Wire Drive System – Heavy-duty cast aluminum wire drive system provides reliable feeding and durability.
• Dual Range Wire Feed Speed – Delivers greater precision at low end wire feed speeds.
• Trigger Interlock Switch – Provides operator comfort for long welds.
• Replaceable and Flame Resistant Case – Rugged and durable case can be replaced in less than five minutes.
• Potted PC Boards – For moisture and corrosion protection.
|SOLID WIRE SIZE RANGE||
|CORED WIRE SIZE RANGE||
|WIRE SPEED RANGE IPM (M/MIN)||
|DIMENSIONS (H X W X D)||15 in x 8.7 in x 23.2 in (381 mm x 221 mm x 589 mm)|
|NET WEIGHT||38.00 (17.24 kg)|
Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc. is an American multinational and a global manufacturer of welding products, arc welding equipment, welding consumables, plasma and oxy-fuel cutting equipment and robotic welding systems.
The Fortune 1000 company is headquartered in Euclid, Ohio, United States and has a worldwide network of distributors and sales offices covering more than 160 countries. It has 42 manufacturing locations in North America, Europe, Middle East, Asia and Latin America. It also operates manufacturing alliances and joint ventures in 19 countries.
Lincoln Electric’s business model was listed as one of the most studied by the Harvard Business School and has been featured in many case studies by other business schools around the world. Since 1975, eight cases have been written about Lincoln Electric by the Harvard Business School alone.
The company reported over $2.9 billion sales in 2013, with sales from North America accounting for 50% of it. Lincoln has over 8500+ employees globally and 3000 in the United States alone. Among Lincoln Electric’s subsidiaries is The Harris Products Group, which is a manufacturer of Welding Consumables, Gas Apparatus, and other Specialty Products. The Harris Products Group has manufacturing facilities in Georgia, Ohio, California, Poland, Mexico, Brazil and Italy.
The company was founded in 1895 by John C. Lincoln with a capital investment of $200 to make electric motors he had designed.