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Miller Electric Bobcat Welders

Miller says it has re-engineered its Bobcat line of engine-driven welder/generators to reduce sound, reduce weight, offer a smaller footprint, reduce fuel use, and simplify daily maintenance.

November 26, 2012

Miller says it has re-engineered its Bobcat line of engine-driven welder/generators to reduce sound, reduce weight, offer a smaller footprint, reduce fuel use, and simplify daily maintenance.

Sound is reduced by as much as 33 percent, and the machine is up to 5 inches shorter and 55 pounds lighter, depending on the model. The Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) option with the Bobcat 250 also reduces fuel use by as much as 27 percent compared to carbureted models.

 
 

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