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Welder/Generator delivers smooth arc characteristics.
Welder/Generator delivers smooth arc characteristics.
December 12, 2005 - Consisting of 300 A welder and 10 kW generator, Model DLW-300ES provides 100% duty cycle at 280 A. When idling, unit operates up to 160 A and uses 0.39 gallons of fuel per hour at 120 A, and 1.1 gph at full load. Arc force dial allows operators to fine tune arc to desired quality. Measuring 50 x 27 x 32 in., diesel-powered, 10,000 W welder/generator includes thermal overload light, multiple ac outlets, brushless alternator, self-priming fuel system, and Kubota engine.

Power Is on Demand With Multiquip's New Welder/Generator


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Multiquip, Inc.
18910 Wilmington Ave.
Carson, CA, 90746
USA



Press release date: November 17, 2005

The new DLW-300ES welder/generator from Multiquip delivers smoother arc characteristics and more consistent quality welds, no matter how challenging the application.

The DLW-300ES is an efficient, midsize 300-amp welder and 10kW generator with a 100 percent duty cycle at 280 amps. This upgraded unit is one of the most fuel-efficient models on the market. It delivers premium productivity at half the rpms while using half the fuel of its predecessor model. The DLW-300ES operates at idle up to 160 amps and uses only 0.39 gallons of fuel per hour at 120 amps and only 1.1 gph at full load.

In addition to significantly lowering fuel costs, the welder's arc force dial allows operators to fine tune the arc to the desired quality while lower noise levels make operating the welder more comfortable.

Other features on the 10,000 watt, diesel-powered DLW-300ES welder/generator include a thermal overload light on the dashboard notifying the operator the unit has stopped welding when the windings overheat without shutting down the machine. Multiple electric AC outlets for operator convenience come standard as does a brushless alternator design to lower maintenance requirements and costs, a self-priming fuel system for instant restarts and a reliable Kubota engine.

The DLW-300ES is compact for the power, measuring 50 x 27 x 32 inches (127 x 69 x 81 cm.). It weighs 842 pounds (379 kg.).

Multiquip Inc. is a leading supplier of compaction equipment, welders, generators, concrete and masonry cutting, placing and finishing products, dewatering pumps, and other construction equipment. World headquarters are located at 18910 Wilmington Ave., Carson, California, USA 90746. For more information, call 800/421-1244 or visit www.multiquip.com
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