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Portable Generators

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Portable generators burn fuel to produce electrical energy for running equipment during power outages, in remote settings, and on jobsites. They are carried or rolled for transport to supply power when electricity from the power grid is offline, out-of-reach, or inadequate. These standalone, engine-driven power sources are placed outdoors and away from windows, doors, and vents to prevent buildup of carbon monoxide emissions.
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Conventional Generators

Conventional Generators
Conventional generators use a standard alternator to convert energy for powering tools and other equipment that withstands power fluctuations. They are typically used at construction sites and other remote locations where their operating noise won't cause a disturbance.

Gasoline

Low Output (Under 4,000 W)

Low Output (Under 4,000 W) provides power for small loads to run low-draw devices, such as battery chargers, jobsite lights, radios, or hand sanders. These generators are typically lighter and more compact than higher-output units, making them well-suited for light-duty and recreational applications.

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Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W)

Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W) provides power for the most common applications. Generators in this output range can simultaneously run more than one low-draw device or a higher-draw device, such as a window air conditioner, refrigerator, or bench grinder.

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High Output (8,000 W & Above)

High Output (8,000 W & Above) provides power for the heaviest loads. Generators in this output range can simultaneously run multiple lower-draw devices or a very-high-draw device, such as an air compressor, pressure washer, or table saw.

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Gasoline/Propane

Low Output (Under 4,000 W)

Low Output (Under 4,000 W) provides power for small loads to run low-draw devices, such as battery chargers, jobsite lights, radios, or hand sanders. These generators are typically lighter and more compact than higher-output units, making them well-suited for light-duty and recreational applications.

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Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W)

Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W) provides power for the most common applications. Generators in this output range can simultaneously run more than one low-draw device or a higher-draw device, such as a window air conditioner, refrigerator, or bench grinder.

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High Output (8,000 W & Above)

High Output (8,000 W & Above) provides power for the heaviest loads. Generators in this output range can simultaneously run multiple lower-draw devices or a very-high-draw device, such as an air compressor, pressure washer, or table saw.

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Gasoline/Natural Gas/Propane

Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W)

Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W) provides power for the most common applications. Generators in this output range can simultaneously run more than one low-draw device or a higher-draw device, such as a window air conditioner, refrigerator, or bench grinder.

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High Output (8,000 W & Above)

High Output (8,000 W & Above) provides power for the heaviest loads. Generators in this output range can simultaneously run multiple lower-draw devices or a very-high-draw device, such as an air compressor, pressure washer, or table saw.

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Diesel

Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W)

Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W) provides power for the most common applications. Generators in this output range can simultaneously run more than one low-draw device or a higher-draw device, such as a window air conditioner, refrigerator, or bench grinder.

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Inverter Generators

Inverter Generators
Inverter generators manage power flow via a rectifying alternator that creates clean, stable energy to run computers, televisions, and other sensitive electronic equipment. They idle down as power demands decrease to save fuel and reduce noise. Inverters typically have a longer life than conventional generators and are lighter and more compact to ease transport. Two inverter generators can be hooked up in parallel via a parallel cable kit to increase power capacity.

Gasoline

Low Output (Under 4,000 W)

Low Output (Under 4,000 W) provides power for small loads to run low-draw devices, such as battery chargers, jobsite lights, radios, or hand sanders. These generators are typically lighter and more compact than higher-output units, making them well-suited for light-duty and recreational applications.

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Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W)

Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W) provides power for the most common applications. Generators in this output range can simultaneously run more than one low-draw device or a higher-draw device, such as a window air conditioner, refrigerator, or bench grinder.

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Gasoline/Propane

Low Output (Under 4,000 W)

Low Output (Under 4,000 W) provides power for small loads to run low-draw devices, such as battery chargers, jobsite lights, radios, or hand sanders. These generators are typically lighter and more compact than higher-output units, making them well-suited for light-duty and recreational applications.

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Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W)

Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W) provides power for the most common applications. Generators in this output range can simultaneously run more than one low-draw device or a higher-draw device, such as a window air conditioner, refrigerator, or bench grinder.

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Gasoline/Natural Gas/Propane

Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W)

Standard Output (4,000 to 7,999 W) provides power for the most common applications. Generators in this output range can simultaneously run more than one low-draw device or a higher-draw device, such as a window air conditioner, refrigerator, or bench grinder.

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