Efficient Power Distribution On Site

Welding equipment continues to evolve, making jobsite equipment placement easier to plan, before the job starts. Many contractors still use multiple diesel driven welding machines at a jobsite. Each day someone has to fill each machine with diesel fuel.

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Efficient power distribution on-site

To simplify your welding equipment needs,  consider using multiple XMT 350 amp inverter welding machines connected to a generator. The XMT 350 amp inverter welding machines are multi-process (Stick, TIG, and Wire) and draw less input electrical power than conventional welders. On a multiple story building; a generator can be staged on the ground, temp power can then be pulled throughout the building. The contractor can then move the 350 amp inverters to whatever floor the work is located at. Only one diesel to fill per day!

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