Top Reasons to Buy 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
- Built to the highest standards and has a three-year warranty
When you need power,
We provide the source.
Every-day Use, Backup, or Emergency Generator Power
Plug tools and appliances directly into the generator/welder 120/240 VAC
Power your house, garage, barn or work shed with powerful Accu-Rated™ - not inflated generator power.
|Keep Home Essentials Running||Power Work Shed & Garage Tools||Field Equipment Repairs||Construction or Farm/Ranch Work|
How Much Generator Power Do You Need?
The amount of generator power you need depends on your power requirements - how many watts the items you plan to power require. Generally, a higher-wattage generator lets you power more items at once. Follow the steps below to determine the size of generator you need.
|Identify RUNNING WATTS and STARTING (peak) WATTS required for the items you wish to power.||Refer to our Wattage Reference Guide for common tools and appliances.||
Miller generators supply up to 12,000 watts of usable peak power.
Calculate TOTAL running and starting watts needed for the items that will run at the same time.
|Complete the Generator Power Worksheet (PDF) to determine your power requirements.|
|Review additional information on topics like safety, grounding your generator, selecting the proper length of extension cords, and more.||
Read our handy reference guide Generator Power Application Guide (PDF)