Duromax Dual Fuel 4,400-Watt Hybrid Propane/Gasoline Powered Electric Start Portable Generator with Wheel Kit-XP4400EH - The Home Depot
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Model # XP4400EH

Internet # 203729909

Dual Fuel 4,400-Watt Hybrid Propane/Gasoline Powered Electric Start Portable Generator with Wheel Kit


Duromax Dual Fuel 4,400-Watt Hybrid Propane/Gasoline Powered Electric Start Portable Generator with Wheel Kit
 

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$589.00 / each
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # XP4400EH

Internet # 203729909

The demand for energy solutions that are environmentally responsible and efficient is high. The Durum XP4400EH has a dual fuel system that operates on either standard gasoline or cleaner burning liquid propane, which can more than double your generator's run time. With the XP4400EH, operating on propane will not gum up or foul your generator's carburetor, and will give you quick, reliable starts every time. It only takes a few seconds to switch over from regular gas to propane, and with the flexible line, you can easily hook up any size propane tank including the one from your barbeque grill. Unlike gasoline, propane can be stored for years without going bad.

  • Clean-running propane will not gum up or foul the carburetor, for quick and reliable starts every time
  • Liquid propane is capable of being stored for years, unlike gasoline
  • Designed to run on gasoline or propane for maximum convenience
  • Durable DuroStar 7.0 hp, air cooled with low oil shutoff
  • Heavy duty steel frame with four point fully isolated motor mounts for smooth and quiet operation
  • Electric key start for easy starting when you need it
  • Full power panel with engine shutoff switch, volt meter, circuit breaker and power outlets
  • Approximately 20 hours run time (propane) 8 hours run time (gasoline)
  • Idle control holds rpm at a constant level even under heavy loads for fuel savings and noise reduction
  • Max AC output: 4400-Watt. Rated AC output: 3500-Watt
  • Current (120v/240v AC and 12v DC) (2) 120v 20A 3-prong outlets(standard household plug) 120v/240v 30A twist lock NEMA L14-30 3 Pole 4 Wire)
  • Fuel tank capacity: 4 gal.
  • Run-time [ at 50% maximum output ]: 8.0 hours
  • New improved all-terrain never flat tires
  • Flip-up stow away Handles
  • Rest assured you're buying a quality unit at a low price from one of the largest independent generator sellers
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.)  36 in  Assembled Height (in.)  22 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  23.25 in  Product Height (in.)  22 
Product Length (in.)  25  Product Width (in.)  23.25 
Details
Auto idle control  No  Automatic Voltage Regulation  Yes 
Built-in inverter  No  CA (CARB) Compliant  Not CARB Compliant 
Continuous Wattage  3500  Engine Displacement (cc)  208 
Engine Make  OEM Branded  Fuel Gauge  Yes 
Fuel tank capacity (gallons)  Fuel type  Dual Fuel 
Full load fuel consumption (gallons/hour)  0.37  Hazardous Code  No Air 
Horsepower (hp)  7 hp  Low oil shutdown  Yes 
Muffler  Yes  Number of circuits/outlets 
Operational volume (dB)  69  Osha Required GFCI Outlets  No 
Peak Wattage  4400  Product Weight (lb.)  132 lb 
Returnable  30-Day  Run time at 50% load (hours/tank)  20 
Voltage (volts)  120/240  Wheel Kit Included  Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings  CSA Listed  Manufacturer Warranty  One Year Limited Warranty on Parts 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Buyer beware Product had multiple issues upon opening the shipping box. October 23, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Generator- Manual Needs Work I bought this as a backup for my home electrical system. I liked the idea of having the dual power so that I didn't have to rely on one type of fuel. The generator works great, but the directions need work. For example, the white negative battery cable is not connected to the battery when shipped and the it's hard to see that it's not connected because of where the battery and wires are located, but the instructions make no mention that the cable needs to be connected. It took me a while to figure out that it wasn't because that the battery was dead that the electric start wasn't working. The directions also show a picture of a regulator that you would normally see on a gas grill. I spent some time looking for the regulator and thought that they didn't include it, until I saw that the regulator was built-in to the generator. Once you get past the deficiencies with the directions, it's a very nice machine. Starts up right away and it is relatively quiet. The electric start and wheel kit are very good features. No problem running my gas burner, water heater, frig, freezer and tv, with some lights on at the same time. December 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Not perfect, but a nice little fuel efficient generator. Good value, portable, convenient, and reliable (so far). I bought this because it is dual fuel and seems to be one of the better generators in terms of run time per gallon/lb of fuel. So far I am not disappointed. Had it for going on a year now and find it is very handy. It gets used to power an electric chain saw during the summer, and is backup power for the house the rest of the time. I am wiring a transfer panel for the house in a few days, so haven't had a chance to try a full load, but don't doubt it can deliver the specified watts. A partially half full 20# propane tank (BBQ size) has lasted for a few hours of use and still has significant fuel leftover. This fall It powered a couple of portable heaters (each on half power) during an overnight power outage. After around 10-hours of using a full 40# tank I can tell that some fuel is missing (compared to a spare full tank) but I think more than half remains. I have mostly run on propane, but the one time I ran on gasoline the governor seemed to have trouble keeping the engine at a steady rate. With propane it runs smoothly with appropriate responses to loading, but with gasoline it seems to have a cadence alternating between racing and normal (RRRRrrrrRRRRrrrr...). It powered okay, but I suspect the voltage wasn't so steady. Since I intend gasoline only as a last resort backup fuel, this hopefully won't be a major issue. I will try again to see if it happens again. Maybe it didn't like the fuel? Operation is a little noisy (as are most generators), but not excessively so. I plan to build a little sound barrier to park the generator behind. It is much quieter than the log splitter I used this summer, and certainly quieter than a gas lawn mower. Most of the noise comes from the engine rather than the exhaust, so a better muffler would not help much. I think some basic sound deadening material near the sides it would be enough improvement. We can hear it from the house, but mostly in the room nearest the generator. Everywhere else it was just a muffled background noise from outside. The fold down handles would be better if a little longer and as a single loop handle. The solid tires work as advertised. It is nice not to worry about airing them up. The electric start is very nice, no pulling the rope. So far starting has been 100% reliable. Read the instructions for choking, as it is not needed for propane unless doing a warm start (even at that I don't think it is needed). Choking is necessary for gasoline. Changing oil is mostly painless. There is room for a smallish shallow pan under the unit. The drain plug is on the side of the engine near the filler/dip stick. It drains onto the frame a little, but not all over, so a little wiping is all that will be needed. Putting an inch or two of spacer under the far tire speeds up drain time. Filling with oil requires a long funnel. There is no clock to log hours of run time, so one must be aware of run time so the mandatory 50-hour oil change can take place on schedule. I think it is good with any kind of 10-40 automotive oil. I am using Castrol synthetic blend. Also, these things burn a bit of oil, so be sure to check it every 10-hours or so. December 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Better than expected. So far so good. * LONG oil filler in the wheel kit so no issue like some have mentioned. Propane : Start at 1/2 choke then full choke. Noise : It isn't quiet, but isn't bat either. The directions are OK, but reading the reviews almost helps more. ( Like where to find the negative wire for the battery ) Also, they REALLY don't want you to fill the oil until you remove a block and bracket. I bet there are 10 different warnings about that. The battery on this unit was charged enough to turn it over pretty well. Read the manual, there is good info in it regarding operation. Don't assume you know everything. December 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Generator Came complete with all parts and was easy to put together. Fired up on first try on unleaded and ran for a hour with small load. Then tested on propane with no issue. Just recently lost power for 30hrs or so ran it for about 15hrs powering fridge, freezer, tv and a few lights with no issues. Went through one BBQ tank cylinder. Happy with purchase and would buy again. October 28, 2014
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