Made in USA direct replacement for Branson 902J converter that delivers maximum ruggedness and superior quality with superior value.
A recent customer writes: "We have bought at least 10 of these converters over the last few years and haven't had a problem with any of them. Good product."
All of the parts used in these converters are new, not recovered from scrapped units. These converters are made in a highly controlled and repeatable manner to duplicate the performance of the OEM models. The parts are made from certified materials in tightly controlled manufacturing processes in an ISO registered facility, assembled and tested in a climate-controlled environment using carefully calibrated equipment, then properly aged and re-tested to ensure performance that duplicates the OEM part. Best of all, since the manufacturing process is so carefully controlled, durability is assured.
Our converters do not look like a Branson 902J even though specifically designed to replace them. Chrome plating is expensive and non-functional. We note that many suppliers who copy Branson's appearance also use the 902J model designation, possibly to trick buyers into thinking they are getting a 902J made by Branson.
We actually made some mechanical improvements to the OEM design to make the converters more durable. We left no stone unturned to try to give you the best product anyone knows how to make.
We offer the same warranty as the OEM, namely, three years one-time replacement. Simply ship the broken unit back to arrive within three years of original shipment, and it will be replaced (one time). See the warranty link below for the particulars.
We are obviously doing something right. As our customer said, "We have bought at least 10 of these converters over the last few years and haven't had a problem with any of them. Good product."
Replacement converter for Branson model 902J, for use with 910IW or IW+ intergrated benchtop welders or 905 or 910 D/M (500 and 1000 watt) power supplies. All-new, precision made in U. S. A. (ask Branson where they make theirs).
Current Warranty Document