Portable generator

The propane-fueled LP3250 portable generator features an integrated tank and mounted wheels, allowing it to be used in many different settings.

01/17/2013


The propane-fueled LP3250 portable generator. Courtesy: GeneracThe propane-fueled 3.25 kW LP3250 portable generator features an integrated tank and mounted wheels for easy portability. The propane tank is integrated into the frame, eliminating manual tank handling. The LP3250 portable generator has the support of the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC). Unlike gasoline, propane does not degrade over time, virtually eliminating performance problems related to fuel quality. Propane also emits fewer carbon dioxide emissions and toxic pollutants than gasoline, improving the air quality. Also, in many cases, propane fuel costs less than gasoline, improving builder profit margins.

Generac

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