Engine Driven Welders

Next Generation Speed Governing Technology

Numerous benefits can be gained from improved fuel efficiency and reduced noise when using new welder/generators with speed-regulating technology.
Engine Driven Welders: Articles

The Lowdown on Welding Power Sources

MIG welding of high-horsepower wheeled tractor components in the Jackson, MN facility of AGCO Corporation. Two primary factors that determine output power are material thickness and the diameter of the wire or electrode used for welding.(Click on photo to enlarge it)
Jeff Herb of Miller Electric explains why no welding power source solution can fit all needs, then shows how an understanding of your application, your future needs and your environment will help you pick the right power source.


Engine Driven Welders: Industry News

Bug-O Systems Featured On “Viewpoints” TV

The operator-controlled mechanized systems for welding and cutting from Bug-O are ideal for virtually any application.(Click on photo to enlarge it)
In the show, Terry Bradshaw explains how the innovative mechanization from Bug-O produces a better quality weld with less effort, a timely solution for an industry facing skilled labor shortages.


Performance Paradox: Some of the new welding materials and technology in racecar fabrication push the envelope, where welds must hold 200-mph turns, high G-forces and collision impacts to protect drivers' lives.


Engine Driven Welders: Products

Quieter Diesel Welder/Generators Extend Run Time, Reduce Fuel Use

With a redesigned case that’s 7 in shorter and 80 lb lighter, the Trailblazer 325 Diesel (left) allows a work truck to carry more equipment and heavier payloads. The Bobcat 250 Diesel (right) with versatile AC and DC weld output is also well suited for mobile maintenance trucks. 
The innovative Trailblazer® 325 Diesel and Bobcat™ 250 Diesel from Miller Electric deliver multiprocess welding capabilities and smooth generator power on the jobsite.

Engine-Driven Welders for Heavy Industrial Applications Use New Digital Platform

The Vantage 600 SD and Air Vantage 600 SD are each equipped with a Tier 4 Final (T4F) compliant Deutz® turbo-charged diesel engine that meets all new EPA diesel fuel emission standards.
The Vantage 600 SD and Air Vantage 600 SD from Lincoln Electric are designed for mining, general construction and pipe welding.

Engine-Drive Welder Ideal Fit for Pickup Trucks

The Vantage 300 also delivers three-phase, 240-volt AC generator power, with a 12.5-kilowatt peak (11-kilowatt continuous), for equipment such as plasma cutters, pumps or inverter welders, among other common construction tools. It also delivers 3,500 watts while welding at 250 amps.
The quiet, compact Vantage® 300 from Lincoln Electric provides an EPA Tier 4-compliant, multi-process, industrial, diesel-engine-drive welding solution for construction teams, pipe-rig owners and rental-fleet managers.