With 23-hp Kohler and 22-hp Robin engine options available, Miller Electric's Bobcat 250 gas-powered welder/generator offers additional horsepower providing stronger welding output and stronger generation power.
“The extra horsepower will allow users to weld faster or increase deposition rates,” says John Leisner, product manager for Miller Electric. “It will be especially important to those who need extra welding power for air carbon arc gouging or running larger diameter wires, or those who need increased generator power for plasma cutting. Plus these models are better able to handle sudden loads, such as motor starting.”
The Bobcat 250 diesel model features a low fuel shutdown option that shuts down the engine before the fuel is gone, eliminating the need for re-priming the engine before restarting. Other features on the diesel model that ease maintenance requirements include an oil change interval display, an hour meter and a fuel gauge on the front panel for easy reading.
Both gas and diesel models feature 12-gallon fuel tanks and high-impact protective armor with covers to protect them on the jobsite and during transport.
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Fuel capacity: 12 gallons
Net weight: 560 pounds without fuel (gas model)
Useable peak power: 10,500 watts