Description: Portable Generator - Industrial. Features: 12,000 Watt - 12 kW - 120/240V - 1 Phase - 90/45 Amps - 20 Hp Honda Engine with Electric Start - EPA Certified - CARB Compliant for use in California and Massachusetts - CSA Certified - Made in the USA.
THIS SERIES OF INDUSTRIAL PORTABLE GENERATORS IS AVAILABLE WITH THE FOLLOWING OPTIONAL CONFIGURATIONS. Wattage Range: 3,000 Watts (3 kW) to 22,000 Watts (22 kW).Phase: 1 & 3 Phase. Voltages: 120V - 1 Ph, 120/240V - 1 Ph, 120/240V - 3 Ph, 120/208V - 3 Ph and 277/480V - 3 Ph. Engines: Gasoline, Diesel, NG & LP Fired (Honda, Kohler & Vanguard Engines). Optional Items: 2 & 4 Wheel Dolly Kits, Batteries, Maintenance Kits, Covers, Plugs & Power Cords and Transfer Switches.
We offer the most advanced line of portable generators on the market today. Generator Type: Portable - Gasoline Fired - Industrial. Engine: 20 Hp Honda - 688cc OHV - V-Twin.
Surge/Starting Wattage: 12,000 (12 kW). Running/Continuous Wattage: 10,800 (10.8 kW).
Main Circuit Breaker: 45 Amp, 240V (GFCI). Engine Speed - RPM: 3,600. Fuel Tank Capacity in Gallons: 15. Full Load Run Time in Hours: 9.4.Motor Starting Capability: 3.5 Hp. Noise Level: 77 dB at 7 Meters. Dolly/Wheel Kit: Included - 4-Wheel. Monitor - LED Display: Hour Meter, RPM, Voltage & Frequency.
Load Bars Display Load Balance on each Leg of the Generator End. Display will also Indicate when Engine is Due for Oil Change. Approvals: EPA Approved, CARB Compliant, CSA Certified. This generator can be operated in California and Massachusetts. Understanding Surge and Running Wattage: In order to choose the correct generator for your application, you need to understand the power requirements of the devices you plan to operate.The basic unit of power measurement is the watt, and with a portable generator there are two wattage ratings that are important: "steady-state" or "running wattage" and "surge" or "start-up" wattage. A normal 60 watt incandescent light bulb requires 60 watts and it requires that wattage both when you turn it on and when it is running. A fan motor on the other hand might require 150 watts to start it up and 75 watts while it is running.
That extra wattage to start the motor is called the "surge" wattage and is typical of any device that contains an electric motor. Please see the surge and running wattage ratings for this generator above. Optional Item: VIRGC - Cover - Protects Generator from Weather.
Optional Item: VIRPILVM - Line Voltage Monitor - Plug In Type. Optional Item: VIRMKVAN18 - Maintenance Kit. Optional Item: VIR30AP - Plug - 30 Amp - NEMA L6-30P.
Optional Item: VIR50AP - Plug - 50 Amp - NEMA 14-50P. Overall Dimensions - Generator: 40" L x 26.5" W x 26 H. Overall Dimensions with Included Wheel Kit: 44.5" L x 33.5" W x 31 H.