Diesel welding machines designed for reduced fuel usage

September 26, 2013

Diesel welding machines designed for reduced fuel usage - TheFabricator.com

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. offers two new diesel welding machines/generators for multiprocess welding that comply with EPA Tier 4 Final emissions regulations.

The Trailblazer® 325 is designed to extend run times by 55 percent, reduce fuel use by as much as 25 percent, and reduce noise by 40 percent, the company states. The case has been redesigned to be shorter and lighter weight. Thee machine features Smart-Cor™ technology, which provides independent weld and generator power to prevent interaction between the welding arc and jobsite tools; and Auto-Speed™ technology, which automatically adjusts the engine speed to run at lower speeds, depending on the total power needed, helping to reduce noise and fuel usage.

The Bobcat™ 250 with AC and DC weld output is suitable for mobile maintenance trucks. Its Accu-Rated™ 11,000-W generator includes a 10-degree skewed rotor design (also featured in the Trailblazer) for smooth generator power.



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