Focus Stick

Handy and mobile welding machine with outstanding ignition properties

The lightweight design makes the welding machine perfect to bring along. The machine has excellent ignition properties and a stable arc. Focus Stick is applicable for mild and stainless steel welding operations.

  • Very handy, very lightweight – only 4.9-6.1 kilograms
  • Stable arc
  • Only one knob – simple to operate
  • Allows simple TIG welding

The Focus Stick is suitable for both workshop and outdoor use; it is the ideal machine for maintenance and minor welding operations.

Small and user-friendly

The size of the welding machine makes it fit in anywhere, in the back of your car, in the tool trolley and on the shelf when not in use. The carrying strap makes it even easier to bring the machine along.
Focus Stick has only one knob, making it the simplest welding machine to operate. Use the knob to find your preferred settings.

Not just an MMA inverter

With Focus Stick, simple TIG welding with scratch ignition is possible. For more flexibility, you also have the option of plus or minus polarity on the electrode clamp, so you can weld with basic as well as rutile electrodes.

Maximum utilisation of power

Focus Stick machines feature PFC (Power Factor Correction), which ensures a mains voltage tolerance from -40 to +10 %. This allows you to weld with a long mains cable.

PFC is an electronic circuit that ensures maximum utilisation of the supply current and enables welding with approx. 25% higher welding current using only 16 A mains fuses.

Highlighted features

Arc Power

Reduces the risk of the electrode sticking to the weld pool.

Anti-freeze

In case the electrode sticks to the weld pool, Anti-freeze will decrease welding current to 10 amps, making it easy to break off the electrode.

Hot start

A function that helps create the right temperature in the weld pool when you start welding. It provides extra amps for the first seconds when igniting the arc (from 0 to 10 seconds).

PFC (Power Factor Correction)

An electronic circuit that ensures maximum utilisation of the supply current and enables welding with approx. 25% higher welding current using only 16 A mains fuses.