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New Miller® Diesel Welder/Generators Maximize Power Output, Boost Productivity

Thursday, July 10th, 2014

The new Big Blue® 800 Duo Air Pak™ and Big Blue 800 Duo Pro from Miller — the industry’s most powerful diesel engine-driven welder/generators — deliver improved weld control, flexibility and dual operator capabilities, making them ideal for jobsites with limited space.

 

Big-Blue-800-Duo-Air-Pak_480x300Users will experience fuel savings of up to 34 percent with dual-operator machines, when compared to two single-operator units. A 33 percent increase in rated power output results in 27,000 watts of generator power and up to 800 amps of weld power for a single operator, or 400 amps each for two operators. Additional welders can be plugged in to create a multioperator work platform, with operators able to weld and get three-phase power at the same time. 

The Air Pak model can operate a full range of pneumatic tools and adds an Ingersoll Rand screw-type air compressor for gouging in heavy equipment repairs and maintenance. For more information, visit MillerWelds.com.

For more information about the new offerings, visit the Big Blue 800 Duo Air Pak and Big Blue 800 Duo Pro product pages.

 

EPA Tier 4 Final Changes Provide an Opportunity for Welders to Examine Equipment Outlay, Processes

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

Tier 4 Final, or T4F, emissions regulations go into effect on Jan. 1, 2013 for machines used in the United States and Canada with diesel engines in the 25 to 75 horsepower range, including engine-driven welder/generators. While that’s still months away, there is much for you to know about the changes that diesel engine-driven welder/generators will undergo and what manufacturers are doing to prepare for these regulations and anticipated price increases. In the article linked below we look at how this equipment is being redesigned, buying considerations based on output demands (can you get by with an engine-driven welder/generator lower than 25 horsepower?), and possible ways to improve your processes to offset price increases on new T4F equipment.

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Miller diesel engine-driven welder/generators. Machines with more than 25 HP will fall under new T4F regulations