Lincoln Carbon Arc Type L Also parts number LincolnÃâÃÂ K Carbon Arc Torch The Instruction manuals I have with this says it can be used for many Oxy Acetylene and Tig type operationsHas thumb adjustmentUsed for "useful for applying heat for welding, bending and forming, hardfacing, brazing, soldering etc.
Re Lincoln Carbon arc torchIn part WELDTEC you presented with the concept as well as advantages and disadvantages of arc welding method this handIn Part we have presented to you about the parameters of this welding technology, how to adjust current, arc length, welding speed
I bought an old Carbon arc torch on e bayI hook it to the stinger and ground on my Lincoln AC welderI have used it for spot heating of bars that I want to bendIt produces a lot of spot heatI have to keep it moving or I get little melted spots just under the arc.
Lincoln Carbon Arc TorchMost vintage ones have dried out cables New Soft Flexible Cables have been attached to this one and torch not used sinceCables are the standard foot long at .ftAlso have a torch with original cables if you prefer it mention when buyingThose cable are of course much stiffer.
Less expensive to use is exactly my point Newmanwelding gasses have increased in price just as much as any other fuel if not moreAnd at amps the carbon arc torch doesn't hit you too hard on the electric billLast project I used mine on was heating and bending "X" flat stock.
Try Lincoln I have used a carbon arc torch over the yearsThey get the job done quite wellBest if you use an AC welderLincoln used to sell them, aboutIf you use DC welder, you have to use two different size carbons as the current flow will cause faster wear on one of the carbonsAC current allows equal wear on both.