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- ItemWelder Generators
- SeriesEagle 10,000 Plus
- Rated Output CC/DC225A @ 25V, 40%/ 210A @ 25V, 100%
- Amperage Range50 to 225
- Phase60 Hz
- Auxiliary Power (1 Phase)9.0 kW and 10.5 kW Surge
- Engine BrandKohler
- Start TypeElectric
- Height (In.)29.9
- Width (In.)21.5
- Depth (In.)42.3
- Features23 HP Kohler Gasoline Engine, 12 Gallon Fuel Tank, Totally Enclosed Case, 76.4 dBA sound level at 23 ft
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