Welding generators can produce both AC and DC current. Welding generators can create 10,000 watts of power or more for welding equipment. A 250 amp power flow supports stick welding and wire welding. Use a 300 amp welding generator for tig welding. Use a welding generator with 11,000 watts or more to support a plasma cutter.
Our models of welding generators, also called welder/generators, can also be used as stand-alone generators. This doubles its value when the welder generator can replace a generator, saving you space and eliminating the need to spend money on a separate power generator. If you aren’t welding, use the power to run work lights at a construction site, provide emergency power for rescue equipment or jumping a car motor. Or use the generator to provide power to other power tools when the power is down.
Our range of portable diesel welders and generators are all Super silenced and environmentally friendly through less emissions and better fuel economy.
A Generator Welder includes a welder to do your own welding repairs, features fuel-efficient engines and up to 12-gallon tanks for longer run time. Generates up to 12,000 watts of Accu-Rated™ — not inflated — generator power.