July 31, 2013
The new, high-efficiency Classic® 300 HE and SAE-300® HE diesel engine-driven welding machines from Lincoln Electric are suitable for pipeline, construction, and maintenance welding applications.
The pure DC generator provides arc control for SMAW, GTAW, GMAW, FCAW, and gouging processes in demanding code applications. Both deliver 3,000 W of AC power from a 120- or 240-V duplex receptacle for power tools and lights.
Compliant with the EPA Tier 4 engine emissions standard, both fuel-efficient units feature three-cylinder, water-cooled, 1,800-RPM engines. The Classic 300 HE offers the Kubota® D1503 engine, while the SAE-300 HE offers a choice between the Kubota D1503 and the Perkins® 403F-15T.
The Kubota engine delivers 15 percent fuel savings at 300 amps at low idle versus the previous Classic 300 D model. The Perkins engine delivers 13 percent savings at 300 amps and 20 percent at low idle versus the previous SAE-300 model.
These compact units have fuel gauges on the control panel, with additional engine gauges to indicate oil pressure and engine temperature. An electronic engine idler helps extend engine life and reduce fuel consumption.
The Lincoln Electric Co. * 888-355-3213 * www.lincolnelectric.com
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