Cleveland – Designed for maintenance and repair, as well as construction applications, Lincoln’s new Ranger® 305 LPG is a powerful engine-driven welder that allows users to seamlessly switch between multiple processes.
While liquid propane gas (LPG) is less common, it is required when operating in areas where gasoline and diesel engines are not permitted. This is typically the result of company policy limiting the type of engine that can be powered at a work environment.
The Ranger 305 LPG provides excellent DC multi-process welding for general purpose stick, downhill pipe (stick), Touch Start TIG®, cored-wire, MIG (CO2 and mixed gases) and arc gouging. Plus, the Ranger 305 LPG is North America’s only LPG compact welder rated at 25 Volts for 300 amps of stick welding. It also accommodates CV wire welding up to 5/64 in (2mm) diameter electrodes. Plenty of welding and AC generator power is delivered by the 25 HP Kohler® LPG engine.
With digital weld meters, operators are able to easily preset procedures, as well as monitor actual welding output. The Ranger 305 LPG uses Lincoln Electric Chopper Technology® to delivers superior arc performance, including easy starts, a smooth arc, low spatter and excellent bead appearance.
The machine provides 10,000 watts peak single-phase AC generator power, and 9,000 watts for continuous high capacity needs, including serving as a back-up generator for lights, a grinder or other power tools. If an inverter power source is needed to add a second arc, the skewed rotor design allows the Ranger 305 LPG to generate suitable AC power.
The Ranger is backed by a Lincoln Electric three-year warranty and the Kohler engine is warranted by the manufacturer for three years.
Lincoln Electric’s new Ranger 305 LPG is available through local welding distributors. Or visit www.lincolnelectric.com to obtain Bulletin E6.119 to learn more.
The Lincoln Electric Company, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, robotic arc welding systems, fume extraction equipment and plasma and oxyfuel cutting equipment. The company holds a leading global position in the brazing and soldering alloys market.
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