Portable Power Generators

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Portable Power Generators:

Portable Power Generators Strength, power, and reliability. Isn’t that what you want in a generator? Of course it is, and that’s what Pramac diesel generators give you. Lets take a look at the company, and then spend some time talking about some of the specific diesel generators that they manufacture. Among other things, Pramac develops and manufactures a large range of power generation equipment, both industrial and portable generators, as well as pressure washers, water pumps and lighting towers. They supply markets around the world with branches in Europe,

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I am working on a research project that requires night lighting birds to capture and band them. I need a light weight (25 lbs or less) gas generator that can be easily carried on a pack frame. It also needs to produce a lot of noise to drown out our approach.

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I was given a Homelite Eh2500 generator (Briggs powered) from a friend. The engine blew a connecting rod and needs a replacement. My friend thought he could fix it and started to “try” to take it apart. Long story short. . . it sat and now the flywheel/pull start shroud is missing. I don’t know the engine model and no shops locally will sell me parts without the engine model number. They tell me to buy a new engine, but all this one needs is a piston and rod. It is a defiantly a B&S with a tapered crank, and I am quite sure it is a 5hp block as it is too small to be an 8hp and is slightly taller than the 4hp Briggs in my minibike .

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What’s the safest way to connect a portable generator to a house.? On occasion I do home repairs on houses that have no power because homes are in foreclosure etc… What’s the quickest & safest way to repeatedly connect to a portable generator to a main panel. Would like to know proper equipment & procedures if possible.Thank you in advance.

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What would be the math formula to convert watts to volts and amps? I am planning to purchase a portable electric generator, and would like to know how to convert the known volts and amps that my refrigerator draws to watts that the generator puts out in order to know if the generator that I am buying will handle the load that I am putting on it in an emergency situation..(electric goes out). I am planning to purchase a 1000 watt generator and the refrigerator pulls 110 volts at 6.5 full load amps. I could get another 1000 watt generator for my furnace that pulls 110 volts at 10.8 amps. would a 1000 watt generator handle these loads seperatly ? (one 1000 watt generator per load?) A 1000 watt generator can support a total of 110 volts at 9 amps. The formula is Watts = Volts x Amps. If I were you, I would just purchase one larger generator around 5000 watts. Another idea is to purchase a small bank of solar panels and batteries. Use the panels to charge the batteries for when the power goes out.

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