Press Release Summary:
Designed for stick, TIG, MIG, wire, and pipe welding, K3928-1 RangerÂ® 305 G Welder/Generator is available with KohlerÂ® 25 hp electronic fuel-injection engine, which provides easy starting in cold weather with no choke to adjust. Single-phase AC generator delivers 12,000 W peak for motor starting and 9,500 W of continuous AC power for tools. System includes Lincoln Chopper TechnologyÂ®, ensuring smooth arc, low spatter, and optimal bead appearance.
Original Press Release:
Lincoln Electric Introduces Electronic-Fuel-Injection Engine as Easy-Starting, Fuel-Saving Option
on its Ranger® 305 G Multi-Process Welder/Generator
Cleveland — Lincoln Electric introduces the K3928-1 Ranger® 305 G EFI, combining a powerful multi-process, engine-driven welder with a Kohler® 25-hp electronic-fuel-injection (EFI) engine. A new option to the standard Ranger 305 G with a Kohler carburetor engine, the EFI-engine product provides easier starting in cold weather – no choke to adjust – as compared to the carburetor engine. Another advantage of the EFI engine over its carburetor counterpart: fuel savings of 12 percent at 300 amps and 30 percent at high idle.
Ruggedly built for solid performance, the K3928-1 Ranger 305 G EFI tackles stick, TIG, wire and pipe welding. It includes Lincoln Chopper Technology®, providing simple starts, a smooth arc, low spatter and excellent bead appearance.
Electronic Fuel Injection – The Kohler 25-hp EFI engine delivers easier starts in cold weather, while being more fuel efficient.
Multi-Process Welding – Excellent DC multi-process welding capability makes it ideal for various processes, including general-purpose stick, downhill pipe (stick), TIG, cored-wire, MIG and arc gouging.
Digital Weld Meters – This technology simplifies precise preset of procedures and monitoring of actual welding output.
Superior Arc Performance – Lincoln Chopper Technology provides easy starts, a smooth arc, low spatter and excellent bead appearance.
High-Watt Generator Power – Its single-phase AC generator provides 12,000 watts peak for motor starting and 9,500 watts of continuous AC power for tools.
Even with its advanced capabilities, the K3928-1 Ranger 305 G EFI remains simple to use. The control panel is straightforward, offering a single, full-range output control dial, four welding modes selector and other simple controls.
For more on the K3928-1 Ranger 305 G EFI, visit www.lincolnelectric.com.
Lincoln Electric is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, robotic arc welding systems, plasma and oxyfuel cutting equipment and has a leading global position in the brazing and soldering alloys market. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Lincoln has 45 manufacturing locations, including operations and joint ventures in 19 countries and a worldwide network of distributors and sales offices covering more than 160 countries. For more information about Lincoln Electric and its products and services, visit the company's website.
Greg Coleman – Greg_Coleman@lincolnelectric.com or 216.383.2462