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    Mig Max 215

    when using c25 is the gas flow supposed to shut off immediately after you release the trigger or should it flow for a second or two before shutting off.
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    candyman

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    Re: Mig Max 215

    Quote Originally Posted by candyman View Post
    when using c25 is the gas flow supposed to shut off immediately after you release the trigger or should it flow for a second or two before shutting off.
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    Typically shuts off when the arc does. Would not bother me for a second or 2 of post flow though to keep the wire stub clean.
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    Re: Mig Max 215

    Most of the smaller machines have a couple second post flow now days. It's designed for those who weld stainless. Nothing hurt on the other processes except a few cents worth of gas out of every tank. Also if your burn back isn't turned up more than needed, Post flow can help keep the wire ball to a minimum.
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