Generators can be indispensable for providing remote power to operate tools, lights, etc. on construction sites. And overall, they are a relatively safe means to that end. Yet, like any equipment, they can present safety concerns if used improperly.
Propane-fueled 3.25-kW portable generator
Propane tank integrated into the frame, eliminating manual tank handling
Mounted wheels for easy portability
Brought to the market with the support of the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC)
Generac reported that one of its subsidiaries has purchased the assets and certain liabilities of Magnum Products LLC for $80 million cash, plus what Generac described as a modest payment based on future performance.
The reengineered GP Series portable generators offer a more compact design for easier portability.
Available features include covered outlets, an easy-to-read fuel gauge, hour meter with maintenance resets, dual 120V outlets and 30-amp Twistlock...
The updated XP Series portable generators are powered by Generac OHVI engines and range in sizes from 4,000 to 10,000 watts.
Incorporate impact-resistant cast metal corners and a heavy-duty hardened steel tube exterior
Integrated handle supports and...
This line of pressure washers for the professional contractor market includes three sizes ranging from 2.8 to 4 gpm and 3,000 to 4,000 psi.
Overhead valve (OHV) horizontal-shaft engine with low-oil shutdown feature
Pumps positioned well above...
The XG Series of portable generators are available in six different models to provide premium quality power for both residential and light commercial applications.
Employs the Generac OHVI long-life engine
Durable construction with oversized...