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Generac

Model QT15068ANAC

Internet #202851460

150,000-Watt Liquid-Cooled Standby Generator

$29,399.00 /each
  • Automatic quiet-test runs at a lower RPM and uses less fuel
  • True Power Technology delivers best-in class power quality

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Capable of providing full power protection for large homes and commercial applications from gas stations and convenience stores to restaurants, schools, assisted living centers, and municipal buildings. Aluminum, all-weather enclosure option provides substantial protection from the elements. Aluminum’s corrosion resistance prolongs the life of your generator. Recommended for salt-air, coastal communities.

  • 150,000-Watt running power
  • 6.8L liquid-cooled engine can be powered by natural gas
  • 79 dB operational volume
  • Hour meter
  • Automatic shutoff when oil levels are low to help prevent engine damage
  • UL 2,200-listed
  • CA and MA air compliant
  • UV and ozone resistant hoses
  • 2-line LCD tri-lingual digital nexus controller
  • Isochronous electronic governor
  • Closed coolant recovery system
  • Smart battery charger
  • Allow 60 days shipping
  • Crane required for delivery



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so im currently spending 4500 kwh per month on electric per 3 meters. Currently thinking of spending the 40,000 for all solar to be put in. However as gas is suppose to be cheaper. Could this be hooked in so this can run after the panels lose sun light. Also how would I calculate the cost of electric vs going gas. With spending so much on electric could this handle the load that we are running or is it too big?
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Unfortunately, we are unable to confirm via online correspondence whether or not a particular product will provide an adequate amount of power for your back-up power needs. Also, please note that the 150kw automatic standby generator to which you are referring is meant to provide a back-up to utility power. For alternative power sources, we would recommend considering models from our EcoGen Series. For Read More
Unfortunately, we are unable to confirm via online correspondence whether or not a particular product will provide an adequate amount of power for your back-up power needs. Also, please note that the 150kw automatic standby generator to which you are referring is meant to provide a back-up to utility power. For alternative power sources, we would recommend considering models from our EcoGen Series. For more information regarding these products, please visit the following link: http://www.generac.com/all-products/generators/home-backup-generators#?cat=-279&cat=6&cat=13. To ensure that you are utilizing the appropriate products for your required power, we would recommend working with a local certified electrician and licensed plumber. If you have any other product-related comments, questions, or concerns, please contact us directly at 888-GENERAC (436-3722). Read Less
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what does this run on. do we have one that runs 220 for european standards?

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Generac’s automatic standby liquid cooled generators will operate on either a natural gas or liquid propane vapor fuel source. Also, these units are made-to-order for use at 120/240v 1-phase, 120/240v 3-phase, 120/208, 3-phase, or 277/480v 3-phase applications, at a frequency of 60Hz. If you have any other product-related inquiries, please contact us directly at 888-GENERAC (436-3722).
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