Miller Bobcat 250 Gas Welder with EFI AC/DC Engine Drive Welder #907502
The Miller Bobcat 250 gas welder with EFI AC/DC Engine Drive Welder (Kohler) With EFI features Electronic Fuel Injection. Similar to the technology found in cars, EFI optimizes the air/fuel ratio for better performance and greater efficiency. Starts in all climates with no choke required. At 27% better fuel economy, it reduces operational costs and lowers emissions.
The front panel features an intuitive display with convenient maintenance notifications. This welder/generator is ideal for maximum generator loads like plasma cutting, especially with a whopping Accu-Rated 11,000 watts of usable peak power.
The Miller Bobcat 250 gas welder with EFI was designed lighter and smaller to save space and convenience. With a smaller, lighter design you can fit more things in your truck or trailer. The Miller Bobcat 250 is ideal for Stick and Flux-Cored welding and maintenance repair jobs. Perfect for working on the farm, ranch, or construction jobs. The welding generator combo is designed for long run times, reliability, and maximum performance.
- MIG (GMAW)
- Stick (SMAW)
- Flux Cored (FCAW)
- DC TIG (DC GTAW)
- Air Plasma Cutting and Gouging (PAC) with Optional Spectrum Models
Miller Bobcat 250 EFI Applications:
- Farm and Ranch
- Field and Maintenance Repair
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Miller Bobcat 250 EFI Specifications:
|Rated Output||CC/AC Stick/TIG: 225 Amps at 25 Volts
CC/DC Stick/TIG: 250 Amps at 25 Volts
CV/DC MIG/FCAW: 200 Amps at 20 Volts
|Welding Amperage Range||CC/AC Stick/TIG: 40 - 250 Amps
CC/DC Stick/TIG: 40- 250 Amps
CV/DC MIG/FCAW: 17-28 Volts
|Net Weight||501 lb (227 kg)|
|Generator Power 104DegF||Accu-Rated Power
11,000 Watts Peak, 9,500 Watts Continuous
12,000 Watts Peak, 10,500 Watts Continuous
CH 23, 23 HP at 3,600 RPM - 3 year warranty
EH 65, 23 HP at 3,600 RPM - 5 year warranty
Note: Engines warranted separately by engine manufacturer
|Fuel RunTime Capacity||
|Weight:||501 Lb(s) 0 Oz|
Product Questions and Answers
How to Check an Egnine Before Starting:
- Check Fuel.
Check fuel level and fill as necessary. Stop fueling once the fuel has reached the neck tube.
- Open Service Door.
Open top service door.
- Check Oil.
Check oil with the unit on a level surface. Use the full mark on the dipstick as a guide.
- Fill Oil.
Fill the oil in the oil fill tube. The unit has a low oil pressure shutdown switch but you should still check the oil.
- Check Battery.
Keep the battery in good condition. Store the battery in a warm area.
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