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Other Versions of the Miller Bobcat 225:
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The Miller Bobcat 225 multiprocess welder and generator is used primarily for stick welding, though it can also be used for MIG and TIG welding and gas welding. If you plan on primarily doing MIG or TIG welding it is recommended to review some of our other welder generators.
One of the greatest benefits of the Miller Bobcat 225 is its use as a generator. It can power any electrically powered device, such as lights, battery chargers, air conditioners, heaters, and secondary controllers. The new generation of Bobcat welder/generators are significantly quieter than previous-generation models, thanks in large part to the engine being rotated toward the front for more efficient airflow, which results in significantly lower sound levels. It’s also smaller and lighter, allowing for more room on your truck and easier transport.
The welder is a great choice for ranch or farm jobs and for maintenance or repair operations. It provides quality welds for all types of metals, and can be used as a stand-alone generator. The DC runs smooth and easy, while the AC is great for when arc blows occur. Useful and convenient maintenance displays show engine hours and how many hours left before the next oil change. A 12-gallon tank allows for long run times, and the generator will run up to 14 hours with continuous 4,000-watt power. This allows you to generate more power and fill up less.
- MIG (GMAW)
- DC TIG (DC GTAW)
- Stick (SMAW)
- Flux Cored (FCAW)
- Air Plasma Cutting and Gouging (PAC) with Optional Spectrum Models
- Farm and Ranch
- Field Maintenance and Repair
- Welding with an 1/8 inch Stick electrode, 20% Duty Cycle, expect about 20 hours of operation.
- Under a continuous 4,000-watt generator load, expect approximately 14 hours of run time.
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Miller Bobcat 225 Specifications
|Amp/Volt Ranges||70 - 150 A||
50 - 110 A
70 - 170 A
80 - 225 A
|19 - 28 V|
Rated Output at 100% Duty Cycle
|150 A at 25 V||225 A at 25 V||200 A at 20 V|
|Single-Phase Generator Power||
Peak: 11,000 watts
Continuous: 9500 watts
120/240 VAC, 88/44 A, 60 Hz
|Sound Levels at Max. Load/at 150 Amps||73.5 dB/72 dB|
H: 28 in. (711 mm)
H: 32.75 in. (832 mm) (to top of exhaust)
W: 20 in. (508 mm)
D: 40.5 in (1029 mm)
|Net Weight||485 lb. (220 kg)|
|Generator Power 104DegF||Accu-Rated Power
11,000 Watts Peak, 9,500 Watts Continuous
Kohler CH 23, 23 HP at 3,600 RPM - 3 year warranty
Subaru EH 65, 23 HP at 3,600 RPM - 5 year warranty
Note: Engines warranted separately by engine manufacturer
|Fuel Capacity||Fuel Capacity
12 gal (45L)
|Run Time||Welding with an 1/8 inch Stick electrode, 20% Duty Cycle, expect about 20 hours of operation.
Under a continuous 4,000 watt generator load, expect approximately 14 hours of run time.
|Weight:||485 Lb(s) 0 Oz|