Sometimes it’s necessary to perform welding work away from a power source. Welding equipment requires power in order to make it work, so it’ll often be plugged into a power source of some type.
But when this power source isn’t as accessible as usual, such as when welding work is being carried out outside away from a mains electrical source, a diesel generator can provide the needed power.
When would a diesel generator be needed?
A diesel generator could be used when work is being carried out away from a normal power source. Welding being performed outside and away from any buildings would require an additional source of power which is something that diesel welders can provide.
It's an easier method than running a long cable from a mains power source, and it allows for the ability to carry out welding where it normally wouldn’t be possible.
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