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Lack of electricity means the inability to light a light bulb, start a refrigerator or turn on a computer. A power outage for a business threatens losses and loss of customers. In conditions of an unstable energy supply situation, when there is no way to simply turn on the light, the generator becomes the only source of electricity. You need to be judicious when purchasing a station so as not to overpay and completely cover the need for energy supply.

How to choose the ideal power generator for your needs?

The first thing to consider when purchasing a power plant is its purpose. First, it is determined what the device will be used for. Power depends on this.

So, a mini-power station of 1-3.5 kW is suitable for a home. This is enough to charge your phone, watch TV, or work on the computer. However, this option is more of a backup option. A weak generator is not sufficient for appliances that intensively consume electricity (washing machine, freezer). In case of intensive energy consumption, a power station of 5 kilowatts or higher to connect a pump, boiler and other equipment.

You can buy household electric generators for your home and garden. But if an autonomous power plant is required for a construction site, supermarket, office, cafe or government agency, an industrial unit will be optimal. For large objects - 8-10 kW and above. Industrial power plants are more powerful than domestic ones, but at the same time they have a larger tank volume and, accordingly, higher fuel consumption.

It is also worth considering that mobility directly depends on the volume of the tank. The most convenient for transportation is a gasoline generator. Its relatively lightweight design makes it ideal for frequent transport.

What generator characteristics should be considered when choosing?

Once the purpose of the autonomous station has been determined, it is worth analyzing the technical characteristics.

Based on the type of fuel, power supply sources are divided into 4 categories.

  1. Diesel. They can generate up to 200 kW - for large industrial facilities. A low-power diesel generator from 5 kW is used in everyday life. It is worth considering that diesel freezes at sub-zero temperatures, so placement in heated rooms or engine insulation is required.

  2. Gasoline. Gasoline is used to convert fuel energy into electrical energy. Small-sized models are suitable for transportation and use in field conditions. They are used as the only source of energy, but require a break every 8 hours (or more often depending on the characteristics). A gasoline generator operates at sub-zero temperatures. It has a relatively low noise level (about 79 dB).

  3. Gas (propane or natural gas). They operate from a cylinder or gas pipeline. They cost more, but pay for themselves due to the low cost of gas.

  4. Hybrid. Two types of fuel are used alternately: gasoline and gas.

As a rule, gasoline models are cheaper than diesel ones. But it is worth considering that the price of diesel is less than that of a petrol station.

The location where the station will be installed is determined in advance. For small-sized models that fit in the trunk, this will not be a problem. But a large industrial installation requires a separate ventilated room, which is heated in winter.

In order not to make a mistake when purchasing an autonomous power plant, you should trust only proven Ukrainian and foreign manufacturers. You can buy a generator in the online store at competitive prices and with a quality guarantee. A wide range of models allows you to find exactly the device that suits your individual requirements.

Backup power supply: generators as a guarantor of reliability

Blackout is a 100% loss. For enterprises, downtime means a lack of income and the inability to produce products. Without electrics, it is impossible to simply start a computer, a machine, or store food in refrigerators. Blackout also causes inconvenience in everyday life. The lack of light is reflected in dead phones, defrosted refrigerators and the inability to access the Internet.

A generator is a device that will help out during emergency power outages. Moreover, the autonomous station is also used as the main source of current.

An electric generator is a guarantor of reliability. With it you are not afraid of blackouts, because there is a backup option. The advantage of the unit is its mobility. For example, a low-power electric generator can be easily transported in the trunk of a car or on a motorcycle. You will always have electricity: on a hike, fishing or just in an open field.

You can charge anything with an autonomous power station. It all depends on the power. So, for household appliances and small appliances it is better to buy a household generator. For powerful tools, specialized equipment and a large number of consumers (for example, a workshop or office), an industrial station is suitable.

Using Generators Efficiently: Tips for Saving Fuel and Resources

Often the generator runs on two types of fuel: gasoline and diesel, so you can forget about electricity tariffs. You only spend money on refueling.

Note that a diesel unit is refueled less frequently than a gasoline unit with similar technical parameters. But the gasoline generator itself is cheaper. The choice depends on the buyer and individual preferences.

By using your electric generator efficiently, you can save on refueling costs. Here are some tips that will help you save on filling up with gasoline or other fuels.

  1. Do not overload the power plant. The device should not operate to wear out (above maximum power). It is recommended not to overload the power plant above 75% in order to prevent overheating of the mechanism and, accordingly, greater fuel consumption. Thus, a gasoline station that is operating under wear and tear quickly overheats and fails.

  2. Follow the operating instructions. The technical specifications indicate under what temperature conditions the device operates. For example, a diesel generator cannot be used at low temperatures (unless the engine is heated). A decrease in temperature worsens the operation of the station and increases fuel consumption. The same applies to high temperatures, so place the device out of direct sunlight and avoid overheating.

  3. Avoid idling (less than 35%). A gasoline or diesel unit running empty does not use its power potential. In essence, you are wasting gasoline or diesel.

  4. Fill with high-quality fuel. When using a surrogate, the mechanism wears out faster. Accordingly, the unit will have to be refueled more often.

Note that the best way to save on fuel is to purchase a gasoline or diesel generator from a trusted seller. Power plants from reliable manufacturers are manufactured in accordance with Ukrainian and EU standards, so such a device effectively converts mechanical energy into electricity without unnecessary consumption of gasoline or diesel. The Etsenergy online store presents electric generators from world-famous manufacturers. Order quality products with delivery anywhere in Ukraine.

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