Lincoln Classic 300 HE Kubota T4 Welder Generator (K3198-1)
Lincoln Classic 300 HE Kubota T4 Welder Generator (K3198-1)
Lincoln Classic 300 HE Kubota T4 Welder Generator (K3198-1)

Lincoln Classic 300 HE Kubota T4 Welder Generator (K3198-1)

Sale price$26,795.00 Regular price$32,277.00
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The Classic 300 HE features proven, simple and rugged construction, along with Lincoln Electric's well-known pure DC generator design for excellent performance on pipe, construction, and maintenance welding.

Applications:
• Pipeline
• Construction
• Maintenance & Repair

Features:
• Meets all EPA Tier 4 Requirements
• 3-Cylinder, water-cooled, 1800 RPM Kubota Diesel Engine
• Big fuel savings compared to previous engine
• Produces the welding arc preferred by pipeline operators and contractors for precise control of the arc in demanding code applications
• All copper windings enhance arc stability for a really smooth, high performance arc
• 5 Current ranges with overlap for stick welding & other processes where slope control is desired (fine-tuning within each range)
• 300 Amps output @ 60% duty-cycle, welds up to 7/32" fleetweld 5P + cellulosic and Excalibur low hydrogen electrodes.

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