Big Blue 400 Eco Pro welder generator is said to reduce fuel consumption by up to 25 percent in typical welding operations.
Big Blue 400 Eco Pro welder generator is said to reduce fuel consumption by up to 25 percent in typical welding operations. The unit's size is 44 percent smaller and 41 percent lighter than other models with similar output, Miller says. It handles Stick, TIG, MIG, FCAW and CAC-A processes and provides 5,500 watts of peak power. Its Mitsubishi S4L2 diesel engine is designed to run 10,000 hours before major overhaul. A simplified operator interface includes weld-process select switch and color-coded terminals.
The Dimension 650 provides both power-intensive output for heavy welding and carbon-arc gouging, as well precision arc characteristics designed for thin-metal welding, the company says.
Tweco ArcMaster 401MST (MIG-Stick-Lift TIG) and ArcMaster 401S (Stick-Lift TIG) power sources have a 10- to 400-amp output and work with cellulose 6010 electrodes and MIG and flux cored wires (401MST).
The SubArc Digital Series of power sources, interface controls and accessories include digital control and communication electronics designed to improve weld performance and simplify the integration of the equipment in more advanced applications, the company says.
Big Blue 400 Pro diesel-engine welder/generator now has a 400-amp output available in a 300-amp package.