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Utility Week Live
26 Mar 2024

Efuze battery-powered electrofusion welding machine.

Advance Welding Stand: D16

What do you want from the perfect battery powered electrofusion welding machine?

Net Zero

Helping to achieve net zero by reducing carbon emissions of the welding process by 98%. Additional savings from carrying less weight in the van meaning less fuel used by vehicles.

Noise Pollution

Reducing noise levels by 100% – silent operation.

Everyday Usage

The most powerful battery unit on the market, able to weld up to 355mm fittings. Capable of welding 200x 32mm couplers or 75x 63mm couplers on one full battery charge.

Cheaper Operation

One full battery charge costs only nine pence using average cost electricity.

Ease Of Operation

It only takes one hour to charge from flat to full, from mains power. Able to weld 80 mixed-size average fittings per battery charge.


Faster welding because there is no generator to transport and set up. Reduced job time.

Charging On The Go

The equipment can be charged from the van auxiliary 12 volt outlet or from a van-mounted inverter. This means the equipment can be charged while driving between job sites so the battery never runs flat and it charges without additional CO2 emissions.


On average, half of welding faults are caused by bad generators. Using our battery powered welder you are able to remove this potential failure therefore increasing reliability. To make things even better, the design is based on the proven reliability of the ACT range of welding machines. Technology that is built to last!

Health & Safety

Not using a generator means there are no trailing mains power cables on site, removing Slip, Trip and Fall hazards. Manual Handling hazards are also reduced as the battery welder is 86% lighter than a standard electrofusion setup.

Smart Calibration.

The equipment self-checks its calibration. This saves money by preventing bad welds and increasing the service interval of the machine.



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