The model you posted will do whatever you need it to do.
110-volt migs have come a long ways since they were first introduced in the market back in the early 80’s. In the beginning, they were nothing more than a battery charger rigged with a cheap wire-feed attachment to weld and had a poor duty cycle. Today’s 110 migs have heavier coil windings with larger capacitors to accommodate what they are intended to be used for. Improvements in the wire-feed attachments have also been implemented.