Fusible Switch Circuit
I want to wire an electrical circuit in my home to run a small Miller TIG welder. The welder rating is 230v at 20amps. The max standard circuit breaker/fuse is designated at 30amps. Their recommendation is to use a 30amp fusible switch between the source and the machine. They also designate a minimum 14 gauge conductor size. (which sounds lite to me)
Specifics to my home. The main panel (200 amp service) is located about 75' from the location of the 230v outlet to run the welder.
My primary question relates to configuring the circuit to use a fusible switch per their suggestion. Do I put a 30amp breaker in the main panel, then run wire to a 30 amp fusible switch located near the welder and then make the connection to the outlet from there.
If that isn't the correct configuration I would appreciate it if you could tell me what is the right way to do it.
Also, I would like to know what gauge wire I should use to carry the 20 amp load over 75' to the welder.
Thanks in advance for your help!