Genuine Weldcraft® AK1C TIG torch accessory kit for your 9 series, 125 amp, air-cooled Weldcraft TIG torch.
Weldcraft A-125 Flex TIG Torch Package - 125 Amp Air-Cooled WP-9F-12-R
Torch Length:12.5 ft
Weldcraft™ A-125 Flex TIG Torch Package - 125 Amp Air-Cooled WP-9F-12-R
Genuine Weldcraft™ A-125 Flex, WP-9F-12-R TIG torch is a 125 amp, air-cooled torch with a flexible neck that adjusts to just about any angle. The WP-9F provides a comfortable grip and better torch control in all positions. The ergonomic torch design ensures proper relationship between the TIG torch and weld joints, with maximum comfort and maneuverability. The A-125 Flex torch is excellent for TIG welding on thin gauge materials, where there is limited access to the weld joint.
Maintenance and Repair
Comes complete with:
OPTIONAL AK1 kit comes complete with
1 Long back cap
2 Collets, .040 & 1/16"
2 Collet bodies, .040 & 1/16"
2 Alumina Nozzles, #5, #6
2 Tungsten Electrode 2% Ceriated, .040 & 1/16 X 7"
Genuine Weldcraft™ WC-3 10 foot heavy duty nylon cable cover protects your TIG torch leads by helping to prevent cable cuts and abrasions.
Weldcraft TIG Torch Power Adapter - 105Z57
Miller TIG Torch Power Adapter - Gas Through 25mm DINSE (150 Amp air-cooled)
Miller TIG Torch Power Adapter 195378 - Solid 50mm DINSE (150 Amp air-cooled)
Miller® TIG Torch Power Adapter - Gas Through 50mm DINSE (150 Amp air-cooled)
Package of 2 - Genuine Weldcraft® TIG torch replacement 45V41 gas lens. Size .020
- VVictorVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars6 years agoWellcraft WP 9-25F
Nice compact torch, good price works well.
- RRichVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars8 years agoTig torch
The torch was recieved as advertised. I have not had a chance to use it yet, all looks good.
- BBryanVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars8 years agoGreat Quality Torch
I purchased this torch after returning a CK similar amp torch that was very poor quality. I bought this for use on a MaxStar 150/152 DCSP machine. Almost all of my welding is under 100 amps so I didn't want to go with the #17 torch because it uses the taller nozzles. Don't let the oversize nozzle in the picture of this A-125 alarm you. This torch does take the standard smaller nozzles, picture is with a gas lens set-up.