Miller Electric Offers New Diesel Welding Generator

— L i t e r a t u r e Available A compact, smooth and quiet diesel powered DC arc welding generator with solid-state current control, BIG 30 Diesel is a product of M iller Electric Mfg. Co., Appleton, Wis.

The new solid-state design assures a stable, consistent output of welding power, even as the unit heats up and cools down. The noise level of this new 1,800-rpm model is a quiet 78 db(A) at 23 feet (7 meters).

Powered by a Perkins 4.108 smooth four-cylinder engine, the unit is small enough to fit across the box of a standard size pickup truck.

BIG 30 Diesel supplies 3 KVA of 120/240 volt AC auxiliary pcwer while welding.

For shielded metal arc (SMAW) welding, the unit is NEMA rated 200 amperes, 100 percent duty cycle, 28 volts DC, or 250 amperes, 60 percent duty cycle, 30 volts DC.

There are five separate welding ranges with fine adjustment in each, ample open circuit voltage for easy arc starts, and automatic idle device for weld and auxiliary power modes.

Auxiliary power is 3 KVA, 120/240 50/60 Hz while welding, with circuit breaker protection.

Other features include a quiet, built-in muffler; primary and secondary fuel filters with water ;rap and drain; key operated glow plugs for cold weather starting; "maintenance free" battery. Weld current can be adjusted and tuned on and off at the work site with optional remote controls.

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