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Welding

Used Welding Equipment For Sale

Please view the regularly updated inventory of used welding equipment. Inventory includes a variety of brands and types of used welding equipment for sale. If you don’t find the welding equipment you are looking for, please contact us!

Revelation Machinery can always help you find what you need!  If you have any questions about welding equipment machines or need to find a specific brand/type, please feel free to contact us!  If you need to sell your used welding equipment, do so here!

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Found Results

2024
Miller
Air Pak 200
2012
Fronius
FCB 2600-4000 w/ FPA 9000 Control
2006
Lincoln Electric
Dual cell
1999
Ransome
1660
1999
Yaskawa
ERCR-UP6-RB00
2006
Janda
MFDC-24
2020
Lincoln
Invertec V350 PRO - K3427-2
1999
Weldomat
CH6-2437
2000
Miller
330a/bp Arc Welding Power Source
2007
Koike Aronson
VUPNA3
2007
Koike Aronson
VUPNA3
2022
Kinetic Technologies
RT1

Used Welding Equipment FAQs

 

What is the condition of the used welding equipment?

Assess the overall condition of the used welding equipment. Most used equipment dealers offer welding machine product listings with photos and videos of the equipment in use, giving you a 360 degree view so you can see any visible signs of damage, wear and tear, or corrosion. Make sure critical components of the used welding equipment are in good working condition including the power source, cables, torch, welding gun, and control panel.
 

What is the age and usage history of the used welding machinery?

Used equipment dealers will almost always list the age of the equipment on their website, but you can always reach out to the equipment experts to learn more about the welding equipment’s history and how extensively it was used. Ask if there is a documented maintenance history available to understand how well-maintained the equipment has been over time.
 

What is the intended use of the used welding equipment you’re interested in?

Understanding the specific application or purpose of the equipment will help determine if it meets your requirements.
 

What type of welding process does the equipment support?

Make sure it’s compatible with your welding needs. Is the used welding equipment suitable for the welding processes you require including MIG (GMAW), TIG (GTAW), Stick (SMAW), or others. You’ll also want to consider welding specifications like power output, amperage range, duty cycle, and compatibility with the materials and thicknesses you’ll be working with.
 

What is the power source required for the used welding equipment?

Make sure the welding equipment you’re interested in is compatable with your available power supply. Determine if the equipment operates on AC (alternating current), DC (direct current), or both. You’ll also want to verify the voltage and phase requirements.
 

What is the amperage or power output range of the equipment?

Knowing the equipment’s amperage or power output range will help you determine its suitability for welding different materials and thicknesses.
 

Does the equipment come with any safety features?

Find out if there are any safety features integrated into the used welding equipment. This can include thermal overload protection, voltage fluctuation protection, or built-in safety mechanisms, which can help ensure a secure and safe welding environment.
 

What is the duty cycle of the welding machine?

Inquire about the duty cycle, the amount of time the equipment can operate continuously before requiring a cooling-down period. If you’re performing high-volume or prolonged welding tasks, duty cycle is an important consideration.
 

Is there warranty or after-sales support on the used welding equipment?

When inquiring about the used welding equipment you’re interested in purchasing, asked the used equipment expert if any remaining warranty from the manufacturer is transferable. You can also ask about if there is after-sales support availability. If issues arrise or maintenance needs to be done on the used welding equipment, having access to spare parts, service centers, and technical assistance is one less thing you’ll have to worry about in the future.
 

Are any additional accessories or consumables included with your used welding equipment purchase?

Typically used equipment dealers will share additional accessories that are included with your purchase on the product listing of the used welding equipment you’re interested in. If this isn’t the case, reach out to the used equipment dealer to find out if any accessories are included including welding torches, cables, gas regulators, electrodes, filler metals, consumables, or protective gear. This will help you understand the completeness of the equipment or if you’ll need to purchase these accessories separately.
 

Can an inspection or test weld be arranged with the used welding equipment?

If you’re purchasing from a used equipment dealer, most times you’ll have access to photos and sometimes, videos of the equipment running. Find out if you can request an inspection or testing of the used welding equipment so you can see it in action and assess its performance, weld quality, ease of use, overall functionality and suitability for your specific requirements. Evaluating the used welding equipment can help you determine if there are any limitations or potential issues as well viewing the overall condition of the equipment.
 

What is the price and value of the used welding machinery?

When considering the price of the used welding equipment, there are important factors to consider including age, condition, features, make, model, and included accessories. Make sure the price not only reflects the value of the welding equipment, but the expected lifespan as well.
 

Who is the used welding equipment manufacturer and what’s their reputation?

The manufacturer, model and year of the used welding machinery you’re interested in should be readily available on used equipment dealer websites. Look for customer reviews, testimonials and feedback of the make and model you’re looking to purchase to understand the equipment’s durability and overall performance. You can find these on the manufacturer’s website, forums, and many other areas by typing in the make, model and year into search engines like Google.
 

What is the return policy and reputation of the used equipment dealer?

Look into the used equipment dealer you’re interested in purchasing the welding equipment from. Are they a new equipment seller or have they been around for years. You’ll want to ensure you’re working with a reputable used equipment dealer who puts their products, prices and customer service front and center. Find out if they offer a return policy or any guarantees to protect your welding equipment investment.
 
Revelation Machinery has used equipment experts ready to help you find what you need. Fill out our form or give us a call with any questions you have. Interested in selling? Find out how to sell used welding equipment for cash to Revelation Machinery today!