EnPak Mechanic Series power system integrates a diesel engine, air compressor, hydraulic pump and generator into a mechanic truck’s fuel and electrical supply
EnPak Mechanic Series power system integrates a diesel engine, air compressor, hydraulic pump and generator into a mechanic truck’s fuel and electrical supply, allowing full functionality with the truck engine turned off. This means workers can run the 27-horsepower EnPak instead of the 300-horsepower truck engine, which Miller says lowers overall fuel use up to 30 percent and reduces truck engine hours up to 60 percent. Miller also offers hydraulic tool control system, the EnPak HTC, that can power a hydraulic crane and a hydraulic power tool simultaneously. The EnPak system can be mounted at the front of the truck bed or with a side mount, freeing up payload space and exhaust is directed up and away from the work area for additional comfort and safety.
The Dimension 650 provides both power-intensive output for heavy welding and carbon-arc gouging, as well as precision arc characteristics designed for thin-metal welding, the company says.
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.