Lincoln Electric recently introduced the new Ranger 330MPX, a gas engine-driven welder and generator that provides “power and versatility in a smaller, quieter package.”
The combination of a smaller footprint, quieter operation and clean AC generator power enable the user to operate various tools and tech in the field in some of the most rigorous industries, including construction, maintenance and repair, farm and ranch, and pipeline, the company said.
Lincoln calls the 330MPX the “easiest welder/generator in its class to transport,” thanks to its compact size and new competitor-compatible bolt pattern. The machine is 25% lighter and 31% smaller in volume than other machines in its class, the company said, leaving more room for other tools and accessories for the jobsite.
The 330MPX is the is the first engine-driven welder from Lincoln Electric to incorporate the company’s CrossLinc remote control, ArcFX visual setting feedback, and Ready.Set.Weld quick setup guide technologies—all of which are designed to streamline welding operations and improve worksite efficiency.
The company also said the welder/generator is 60% quieter than comparable models.
As a generator, the unit produces “clean” AC generator power that allows the operator to use power tools, laptops and other personal tech, and appliances that are sensitive to current fluctuations.
The Ranger 330MPX welder and generator is available for purchase, with an introductory price of $5,049 after a $1,000 end-user rebate.
For more information, visit lincolnelectric.com.