WIA Weldarc 135 NEW

Transportable. Easy to Use. Welds with Ease.


The perfect Stick welder if you’re just starting out, the Weldarc 135 is the smallest in the WIA range. But don’t let the size fool you. Simple in its design, yet it offers professional features including Arc Force, which allows the 135 to weld with ease and produce quality results.

Manufactured to deliver, the Weldarc 135 is ideal for those looking for a well-priced welder that offers reliability and performance that’s second to none.

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Product Overview


  • Repair and Maintenance
  • Farming
  • DIY Projects

What's In The Box

  • Heavy Duty Work Clamp (2m)
  • Industrial Twist Lock Electrode Holder (3m)
  • Padded Shoulder Strap


With 3 years warranty on all products and a New Zealand-wide service network, the new WIA range offers better than ever reliability and the best back-up service around.

Single Phase

135A single phase Stick welder.


Voltage Reduction Device

IP Rating

IP21S Rated


Weighing only 4kg, the Weldarc 135 can go where you go.

Built-In Thermal Protection

Prevents the machine from operating beyond its safe thermal zone.

Arc Force

Provides a more stable arc and prevents electrode sticking.

Hot Start

For better, easier arc starting.

Due to variation between generators by different manufacturers, it is impossible for WIA to validate operation from all generators.


  • Stick
  • 1 Phase
  • Primary Voltage
    240 VAC-50/60Hz
  • Rated Primary Current
    9.9 Amps
  • Max Primary Current
    22.2 Amps
  • Recommended Generator Power
    7 kVa
  • Supply Plug
    10 Amp
  • IP Rating
  • Weight
  • Warranty
    3 Years
  • Standards Compliance
    AS60974.1 & AS1674.2 (VRD)
    Current Range:
    - 20A/20.8V
    - 135A/25.4V

    Rated Output @ 40°C (10min):
    - 135A/25.4V @ 20%
    - 78A/23.1V @ 60%
    - 60A/22.4V @ 100%

    Electrode Size Range:
    - 2.0-3.2mm

    Material Thickness:
    - Welds up to 6mm steel plate, single pass

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