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Engine Driven Welder, Vantage Series, 12,000W, Kubota, Diesel
- Item # 12C073
- Mfr. Model # K2453-5
- UNSPSC # 23171508
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 1567.0 lbs.
- Item Engine Driven Welder
- Series Vantage
- Rated Output CC/DC DC Constant Current 300A/32V/100%, 350A/28V/100%, 30-400 Amps, DC Pipe Current 300A/32V/100%, 40-300A, Touch Start TIG(R) Range 250A/30V/100%, 20-250 Amps, Arc Gouge 300A/32V/100%, 90-300ASingle Dial, Continuous Control 60V DC Max OCV At 1890 rpm
- Continuous Auxiliary Power 11,000W
- Peak Auxiliary Power 12,000W
- Phase 1 & 3
- Engine Brand Kubota
- Fuel Type Diesel
- Includes Medium Welder Trailer (K2636-1), Duo-Hitch 2" (51 mm) Ball/Lunette Eye Hitch (included), Fender and Light Kit (K2639-1), Cable Rack (K2640-1), Cable Connectors - two (K2487-1), Electrode Cable 2/0, two 50 ft. (15.3 m) lengths (K2485-2), Electrode Cable 2/
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