This stuff amazes me. You can see it on the pallet, there's like a foot of clearance on all sides, how the hell can you smash it up like that ? You're not going to stack other pallets on top, right ?HGR sent me pics of the shipment on their dock, all strapped down.
That's how I have my old P&H machine setup. I was but a poor college student when I bought it with no $ for a cooler so I hooked it up to domestic water and stuck the discharge under the door. Then, when I rearranged the shop and the door was too far away, I plumbed it through a 1/4" copper pipe that discharges from head-height into a utility sink. So, whenever I'm welding, I can hear the water falling and I know everything is working correctly. It has come in handy as once when I pushed the pedal and heard no falling water, I investigated and found that the cheap water filter I installed had decomposed into a pile of mush. Once replaced, everything was back to normal.Be sure to turn the pressure down so the water flow is just enough to go through the torch, you dont need any more pressure than that and the excess pressure will find or create water leaks.
The way you used to be able tell what shops had a tig welder was the mossy damp spot in the parking lot outside the roll up doors. Most just ran the water through the machine and out the door, like you are describing. Water bill used to be way cheaper than an expensive cooler (40+ yrs ago)
Super. If it isn't going back warm, it isn't doing anything.I welded for a few minutes going over some mig welds on this boiler I've repairing. The water in the return line was warm, but the supply coming in was room temp.
The Syncrowave runs the water flow after the foot peddle is lifted. Built in delay before going off.The only thing I don’t like is that my welder does not have the option to turn the cooler on/off automatically, like my old Sycrowave did.
Well, they didn't spare the stretch wrap did they.......idiots.This is what my tig cooler looked like when it arrived today. I wasn't at the dock when the truck got there and neglected to tell the people there to call me when the truck got there so I could inspect the shipment before they signed for it. So I'm fucked there.
It had one strap, which was broke. Nothing holding the item to the pallet. The pallet didn't have one single tight board on it.. I took all the bent sheet metal off and straightened it out with a rubber mallet and got it presentable... nothing was broke... but I sent all these pictures to hgr ripping that salesman's ask because the last communication I had with him I told him I sure hope I can count on your shipping Department to hook that thing down good to where it doesn't get tore up and he gave me his assurance that they would.
Miller guy through and through. But I broke down and bought a Everlast Typhoon 330. The power cool w375 was $400 shipped.
Try to get you money back for sure. If that falls through just get it working and move on.