Advanced Welding Equipment May 11, 2021 United States

Lincoln Electric Announces Launch of New HELIX M627 Orbital GTAW Weld Head

Cleveland, OH -

New addition to HELIX M Series line expands innovation and simplicity of mechanized GTAW.

Apex M627 Oribtal Weld Head

Lincoln Electric has released the latest addition to the HELIX M Series line of orbital weld heads – the HELIX M627. Designed and field-tested to deliver the most innovative and operator-friendly solution on the market, the HELIX M627 allows customers to easily obtain the expanded productivity and quality of mechanized GTAW.

Specifically designed for small tube and pipe GTAW welding, the HELIX M627 weld head features a low radial clearance (2.87in. 72.9 mm) and flexibility to quickly adjust and fit on pipe that ranges between 1.5” and 6” (38 – 152 mm) diameter. With a robust design and proven clamping mechanism, the HELIX M627 makes it easier than ever to tap into the unparalleled weld quality of mechanized GTAW.

Developed to work with the APEX® 3 Series Control Systems, the HELIX M627 Orbital Weld head delivers a complete mechanized GTAW solution packed with the latest innovation in automated control technology. Using exclusive technologies built into APEX Controllers such as AutoPilot, Auto Height, and Auto Sectors, the Helix M627 helps customers to deliver consistent, high-quality welds with minimal setup or operator training.

Additional Key Features include:
• Intelligent motor control delivers precise travel speeds and oscillation.
• Auto-Calibration allows for quick setup right out of the box.
• Water-cooled motor housing and torch support high-demand applications.
• HELIX M627 is easily interchangeable with any other HELIX M Series weld head.
• Complete package includes weld head, consumable kit, and 8 clamp shoes for 1.5”-6” (38 – 152 mm) pipe diameters.

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About Lincoln Electric
Lincoln Electric is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, automated joining, assembly and cutting systems, plasma and oxy-fuel cutting equipment and has a leading global position in brazing and soldering alloys. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Lincoln has 55 manufacturing locations in 18 countries and a worldwide network of distributors and sales offices covering more than 160 countries. For more information about Lincoln Electric and its products and services, visit the Company’s website at

Robin Suttell

Falls Communications