Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 34
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Curtis Works great.
The generator was easy to assembly. I hooked it up to the house and tested it running all major appliances (ac, refrig, stove, tvs, and lights). The only thing I didn't care for is how noisy when there is no load on it is although it is in my garage so I can deal with it. If you use the auto switch it helps with the noise.
June 10, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by FacilityManager nice generator if your powering less than 30amps
I purchased this generator for work to run tools and a welder when needed in the field and the fact that it runs on different types of fuel, particularly LP. Hook up was easy and it started right up on the LP. We tried to run our Lincoln 225 arc welder off of the 240v 50amp outlet and it trips the breaker welding on 70amps. I called the company and they told me anything over 30 amps will trip the breaker. I asked why they had a 50amp outlet and was told that is the way it was designed. Doesn't really make sense to me but other than that it is a descent generator for home use or to get you through power outages and such. It is quiet and has a variety of outlets to use. It also has a small display with the voltage it is putting out.
March 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by gdkardos Will not start , very loud
Features are okay, but now it will not run , try to start and it just turns over.. changed oil, did maintenance, etc.... I am very disapointed
March 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Stacky3 Great Product, Accessories and Manual not dso Great
The generator works great. The manual did not describe the wheel installation well. The attachment of the ground cable was not clear. The 30 amp 240 VAC plug was inferior, as the one terminal screw stripped out with very little torque applied.
January 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SCPirate This Generator will suit our needs very well.
We have four Parrots. Two Blue and Gold Macaws and two smaller Quakers. After a winter power outage, our bids got too cold. Out of fear for their health, we decided to get a portable generator. After some research and surviving Hugo on the coast of SC, I wanted a unit that could be powered by propane as it can be stored for long periods. Gasoline can not. In a large power outage, gasoline may not be available. This unit will nearly run out entire house. Use a good quality pipe dope to seal up the large reducer and cap if you are only going to power the unit with Gasoline or Propane. Pipe tape will leak. I had the unit assembled and running in about an hour. I used the choke and started it off Propane. It started after turning over about 4 times. I had a small issue during assembly and contacted Powerland by E-mail on a Sunday afternoon. I received a phone call from them on that Monday. We discussed the problem and a replacement part was shipped out. Ten minutes to replace the part and the unit is now 100%. Several plugs are included with the unit as well as a 12v plug suitable for charging batteries. We feel better now knowing that our birds will be kept warm in a winter power outage and our food will be kept safe in the event of a summer power outage. An added benefit, our local propane provider told me he would give me my replacement propane in the event of a major outage If I brought the Generator with me to power his equipment and get my tanks refilled and let him refill a few others for customers.
April 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by nick Powerland 10000 watt tri fuel
Super strong & low noise index. Propane runs really smooth and easy to operate. Fill oil requires funnel with bendable neck.
November 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Debbie Junk
Was hard to start from the first day. 10 days old and quit running. Will not start.
November 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Art Fantastic product
I purchased this after reading many of the reviews, and painstakingly comparing it to the various options available in the marketplace. This product was easy to put together, I saw some references to the wheels being difficult to assemble (that wasn't my experience). Put 1qt of 10W 30 and that seems to have filled it to the proper leve (said it takes 37 ounces, but not to overfill). Connected the battery ground wire to the front of the panel. Battery was charged upon arrival. Put a little gas in the tank and fired her up. Started right up. I had an electrician plumb it into our 200 amp main panel and used an interlock to comply with local codes. Has a 240 watt 50 amp output! Most generators only offer only a 30 amp, paid more for the #6 gauge wire and associated 50 amp plugs and receptacles, but now I can power everything in our home... Two refrigerators, gas heat two blowers, AC, and any and all lights TV's etc. I am plumbing a T into my NG gas line and a quick disconnect to make it easy to connect in the dark, or inclement weather. Really good value for your money.
October 25, 2015