Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) has been used for decades and is standard in many cars, but it’s a technology that’s fairly new to the smaller engines used in gasoline-powered engine-driven welding power sources. Incorporating EFI technology results in reduced emissions and provides numerous other benefits in welding and construction applications, including increased fuel efficiency.

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Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) has been used for decades and is standard in many cars, but it’s a technology that’s fairly new to the smaller engines used in gasoline-powered engine-driven welding power sources. Incorporating EFI technology results in reduced emissions and provides numerous other benefits in welding and construction applications, including increased fuel efficiency.

The EFI option is an additional investment when compared to a carbureted model, but the average user can save more than $1,200 a year in fuel costs alone with an EFI-equipped machine from the improved fuel economy and extended runtimes that result.