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When the power goes off for some or the other reason your life may get hampered because of that. What you need in such a situation is a emergency generator. An emergency generator enables you to have power restored back to your appliances which helps you many ways. Power losses affect both home and business and hence there are various models of the emergency generators to choose from. The emergency generators are generally powered by propane, natural gas, gasoline or diesel.

There are mainly two types of emergency generators and they are Standby Generators: These are permanently fixed generators usually used for offices and commercial establishments. The standby emergency generators are installed as part of the electrical system and provide power to the building wiring. It is also taken into account that an automatic switch prevents the generator from back-feeding power into the utility lines and protects the generator from damage when power is restored. Portable Generator: one of the most popular models, the portable emergency generators gives you the flexibility to have power anywhere. They are so portable that you can even carry them outdoor for your camping or recreational trips. The portable generator is ideal for running few required appliances and equipments.

While choosing a generator it is essential to summarize the list of appliances and equipment you want to run from the generator. That will help you to total the watt required and will help to determine the size of generator you would require. In case if you are opting for the portable generator, never place the generator inside the house.

 
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