Understanding The Different Types Of Generators
Generators are used in emergencies supplying power to your home during a power outage. They can provide power for appliances, like refrigerators to keep your food from spoiling while the power is out for an extended amount of time. Basically, a generator will take mechanical energy and convert it to electrical energy.
Home generators can be either a portable or a standby unit. They operate on different kinds of fuels, like gasoline, natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas and diesel. Portable generators, like the 5000 watt Coleman generator, FG Wilson generators, or the Onan portable generator, have shorter run times than a residential standby generator does. In the portable ones, the gas and oil will need to be refilled every few hours.
There are also generators now that packs extreme power into a unit that is portable, like the Sport Pac and Marina. The Sport Pac portable power generator is ideal for jump starting vehicles, while the Marina is made for the boating environment. These run off of either AC 110 volt or DC 12 volt.
The Kipor diesel generator is a durable and very quiet generator. So for those searching for one with those specific needs, the Kipor is the one for you.
A generator portable propane has many advantages over ones that are run off gasoline. Some reasons are that the fuel burns cleaner and does not put off toxic fumes. Propane is odorless, but does put off the smell similar to that of a rotten egg when there is a leak. Propane is also cheaper than gas and safer to use since the propane is stored in tanks, making refilling it easier.
There is also a tri fuel generator, which can be run off any of the three different fuels: gas, natural gas and propane. Winco Electric Generators are an excellent brand of this type, which offer an electric start.
As you can see, there are many different types of generators that are available to you. So, it is important to determine your needs when you are out searching for a generator. Knowing what you are going to power will determine what wattage you will need to buy.
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