How to choose a gasoline generator

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Before selecting a gas generator, you must calculate the total power of the electrical devices that will be connected to it, the power of the generator must be somewhat higher than this value to provide all devices with power without any problems. Now you can filter out generators by power, which means significantly narrow the field of choice.

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Each gas generator has an internal combustion engine (IAC). Generators with two-stroke DVDs are less powerful and can’t run long, but they are simple to maintain, they waste little fuel and can operate at any temperature. Such generators will suit, for example, summer children who arrived on their site for a few hours, and they need to warm the kettle, watch the TV – no more. Gas generators with four-stroke DVR can operate for 10 hours in a row, their power is quite high. They will suit, for example, those who are engaged in construction on a country plot.

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durability of the generator will depend directly on the quality of its motor. The cheapest generators with an aluminum motor body are very short-lived, it’s more reasonable to buy a more expensive but really quality generator with a cast iron case.

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It is important to choose the phasity of the generator correctly. Some instruments won’t work from a single-phase device – welding machines, electric cookers and some others, they need a three-phase generator. Conventional appliances and construction tools work perfectly from a single phase gas generator. Instruments that need three phases also require a synchronous generator, conventional instruments are reasonably cheaper and simpler asynchronous.

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If you are going to carry a generator often, try to choose a lighter model, the light weight is especially relevant for generators that are purchased for hiking. On the other hand, there is no point chasing a small weight if the generator will stand for years in the basement of the country house: on the contrary, the massive device will be more reliable and silent.

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