Shindaiwa Eco165-2 Welder Generator


SKU: EGW165M-I/UK Category: Tag: Brand:

Product Description

The updated Shindaiwa Eco165-2 Petrol engine driven Welder Generator is powered by the latest specification Tier5 compliant Yamaha engine technology. The new compact Shindaiwa Eco165-2 petrol welder generator is built to provide 40 to 165Amps of DC welding current and offers simultaneous use of welding and 110V AC auxiliary power. With digital current setting, the machine can be set within 1 Amp for precision welding control and provides live welding current readout. The powerful 3.2kVA auxiliary can comfortably power larger power tools including 9 inch grinders.

The machines lightweight and highly robust polycarbonate canopy provides class leading impact protection from daily bumps and scrapes associated with mobile fabrication work and ensures the unit has the lowest weight in its class on the UK market. In Eco mode engine speed is electronically controlled ensuring the machine can provide up to 12 hours of operation from a single tank of fuel.

  • Eco Mode Fuel Saving Variable Throttle
  • IBGT Smooth Welding Output
  • Impact Resistant Polycarbonate Canopy
  • Tier 5 Emission Compliant Yamaha Engine
  • CC/Droop Mode for Unbeatable Welding of all rod types
  • Enhanced Safety with RCD Breakers as standard

Technical Specifications

  • Model: EGW165M-I/UK
  • Rated Voltage (V): Max 85
  • Current Adj Range (A): 50 – 165
  • Welding Rod (mm): 2.0 – 4.0
  • Duty Cycle: 50%
  • Rated Frequency (Hz): 50
  • (AC Generator) Phase: 1 – Phase
  • Rated Voltage (V): 110 CTE
  • Power Factor: 1
  • Rated Output (kVA): 3.2
  • Rating: Continuous
  • (Engine) Make/Model: Yamaha MZ300
  • Rated Speed (min -1): 3600
  • Fuel: Petrol
  • Fuel Take Capacity (L): 15
  • Run Time (H): 12
  • (Set) Length (mm): 730
  • Width (mm): 545
  • Height (mm): 647
  • Dry Weight (kg): 88



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