A 19-horespower, three-cylinder, liquid-cooled diesel engine energizes the Bobcat 250 welding generator from Miller Electric. The unit cranks out 10,000 watts of peak generator power and 9,500 watts of continuous power to run tools, lights and other jobsite devices. The unit provides stick, MIG, flux cored and AC/DC TIG welding outputs with a duty cycle rating of 100 percent at 250 amps/25 volts. A fully enclosed case protects the machine and reduces noise levels. The engine features low-fuel and high-temperature auto shutdowns and with its 12-gallon fuel tank can run for 17 hours under a load of 4,000 watts.
Fully enclosed welding machine offers durability, longer run times
December 21, 2005