A SUPERIOR ARC WITH A SUPERIOR ENGINE
Versatile Machine for the Outdoors
When the job calls for structural steel welding and other rugged outdoor work, you need an engine-driven welder that covers all your process needs – stick, MIG, TIG, flux-cored and gouging – and also meets the latest diesel fuel emissions standards. Upgraded for Tier 4 Final (T4F) compliance, the Vantage 566 series has been re-engineered to deliver smoother arc characteristics and improved pipe welding capabilities.
Optimal Arc Performance
Take control of the arc and maximize the quality of your welds. The Vantage 566 welder series delivers the best arc in the industry with minimal spatter for stick or pipe welding. Expand your welding capabilities with customized modes for stainless, aluminum, steel and pulse welding. Pulsing enables better arc control in out-of-position work and can lower heat input for critical welds. Enhanced gouging performance prevents the engine from stalling, resulting in smooth material removal.
Equipped with a Tier 4 Final Deutz turbo-charged engine, the Vantage 566 welder series deliver a 90% reduction in particulate and nitrous oxide emissions, making this the cleanest diesel power available from Lincoln. Along with lower emissions, these models also provide exceptional fuel efficiency by burning every last drop of fuel out of the engine instead of sending it out as particulate matter. The Vantage 566 series is also built for more reliable cold-weather starts.
Low Maintenance, Reliable Operations
The Vantage 566 family of engine-driven welders contain less wiring and fewer connections than previous designs. The printed circuit boards are environmentally shielded using Lincoln Electric’s engineered encapsulation and protective frame trays. The standard stainless steel roof, side panels and engine-access door deliver extra protection, durability, and corrosion resistance from the elements.