Super silent generator from ArcGen
ArcGen Hilta has worked with hire companies to develop a new 300Amp welder generator that boasts improved fuel economy, versatility and performance.
The Weldmaker 330CC/CV (constant current/constant voltage) is designed for use in a variety of applications and is described as ‘super silent’.
The Kubota D902 diesel engine is larger than those found in competitor models, putting the machine under less strain and therefore better able to power more than one thing at a time. Push button start with automatic pre-heating also reduces operator cranking time, increasing starter motor and battery life.
Multivoltage outputs enable simultaneous use of the three phase generator and DC welding, allowing for more time efficient usage, and CC/CV output allows the machine to be used for stick, TIG and accurate MIG welding, with the aid of an optional wire feed unit. ArcGen Hilta claims that this makes the Weldmaker 330CC/CV ‘one of the most versatile 300A on the UK market’.
Digital fault finding and error code facilities have been added to help technicians diagnose faults quickly such as faulty remotes, low oil or water. There is also a new ‘e-mode’ that runs the engine on low revs when appropriate, reducing fuel consumption.
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This article was published on 17 Aug 2012 (last updated on 17 Aug 2012).