The TIG welder I bought is 3-phase, the water cooler for it is single phase.
The power cord on the water cooler has just two connectors, like they would just be bolted on to the back of the welder where the three phase is hooked up.
Is that possible?
That is the end of the power cord for the water cooler.
You can see the specs for the water cooler behind them.
I know on a 200V single phase set up you go from power to power and get 200V (over here it's 200V I know else where it's 208V/220V/230V/240V but I'm saying 200V because that is what I'm dealing with) and from one power to the neutral to get 100V, but on a 3-phase 200V set up, across two do you get single phase 200V?
Somehow I don't think so, I think I'd need a converter/transformer of some sort....