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Safety Features For Standby Generators

Standby generators, contrary to the portable generators, are permanently fixed to give you an emergency power source for your home or business. There are various models available in the standby generators and they use propane, natural gas, gasoline, or diesel. The standby generators are a wonderful emergency power source during power failure. The standby generators usually offer power backup from 7 kW to several hundred kW depending on the model and the requirement. These generators also help to offset the harmful effects of power outages by supplying reliable power. They are ideal for households, offices, buildings etc. Many of the standby generators come with an interesting feature. They can start themselves up around once a week to warm-up making sure that they're ready when needed. This is very useful feature and avoids timely failures while starting up.

There are many safety features which you need to understand before buying the standby generator as they are required for your safety and any damage that can happen to the generator itself. One such feature which you will find in many of the leading standby generators is that the generator will shut down if it loses oil pressure, overheat, or developed some critical problem due to extended use. It is better to choose the standby generator which comes with solid steel or aluminum enclosures, good mufflers to reduce noise, and are compliant with all relevant emissions regulations.

Standby Generators Reviews

Taylor Skid Generator Set
Taylor Skid Mount Diesel Generator Set
  • Heavy-duty steel skid
  • Weatherproof housing
  • 24in. tall base tank
 
Kohler 12 kW Residential
Kohler Residential Standby Generator
  • PowerBoostâ„¢ technology
  • Self-diagnostic testing
  • Restores power
 
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