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LIFAN Platinum Series Contractor/Rental Grade OSHA Compliant 8,500-Watt 420cc Gas Powered Electric Start Portable Generator
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LIFAN

Platinum Series Contractor/Rental Grade OSHA Compliant 8,500-Watt 420cc Gas Powered Electric Start Portable Generator

  • Better fuel efficiency, quieter operation and longer life
  • Clean energy feature powers tools and equipment safely
  • For use in farms, contractors, job sites, and special events
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The Platinum Portable Generators contain low THD (Total Harmonic Distortion) alternator technology, which produces "Clean Energy" with a sine wave distortion of 5% or less. With this "Clean Energy" all of your sensitive tools and equipment can be powered safely, without the risk of damage. This commercial grade generator is a perfect fit for the farm, contractors, emergencies, homeowners, job sites or special events. It is also EPA certified. LIFAN Power USA prides itself in standing behind all its products with a 1-year commercial/rental and a 3-year residential Limited Warranty and the highest level of service and support with a complete parts and service network. All LIFAN generators are made with Horizontal Shaft OHV engines, which feature industrial duty upgrades like cast iron sleeves, automotive grade rods, pistons, rings, crankshafts, valve and valve springs. The OHV design provides better fuel efficiency, quieter operation and longer life. In addition, all LIFAN generators come equipped with alternators that have solid copper windings, which increases efficiency and gives better performance. California Sales Compliant.

  • Low THD (total harmonic distortion) -the smaller the percentage of total harmonic distortion, the greater the generator's ability to provide clean power for sensitive electronics
  • 8,500-Watt peak and 7,500-Watt running power
  • 6.5 gal. fuel tank runs the generator for eight hours (at 50% load)
  • 420cc 4-stroke OHV industrial duty engine
  • Two 120-Volt 20 Amp AC GFCI outlets
  • One 120/240-Volt 30 Amp AC twist lock receptacle
  • One 12-Volt 8.3 Amp DC receptacle
  • One 30 Amp male twist lock plug included
  • One 120-Volt 30 Amp AC twist lock receptacle
  • 75 dB sound rating at 23 ft. (7 m)
  • Automatic voltage regulator
  • Low oil engine shutoff protection
  • Auto idle feature for power on demand
  • Mobility kit never-go-flat foam filled tires
  • Solid copper windings provide a more efficient conductor
  • Heavy duty 1-1/4 in. rolled steel tube frame roll cage for maximum protection
  • Recoil start and push button electric start
  • CARB compliant and EPA approved

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Will this generator service my home it is 1800 sq feet

Asked by: Smoke
Well, as usual that depends. It will run a normal sized fridge and furnace, circulate baseboard hot water if that's what you use. As with ALL means of off grid powering, occasional or everyday, unplugging as much as possible is key. It puts out 7,500 watts continuous. Add up how much what you want to run uses, do the simple math. Watts = volts times amps, figure 15% loss for age or energy leaks. 7500 Watts/120 volts = 62.5 amps, figure 55 amps to give some wiggle room. Take your most important device (no, not the TV) get it's amperage, go from there. Things that are plugged in but you think are off will often still be drawing some small power, if you see a LED light, or clock or any sort of display or light that is using power. If you're out in the country you probably have a well, remember to add in power used by well pump. Anything much smaller than this I think you wouldn't want for home power.
Answered by: Ed
Date published: 2017-03-11

Would this service a well that is run on 3 phase power?

Asked by: Dia
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