Portable Generator Reviews: Trade and Farm Generators

Portable Generator Reviews: Trade and Farm Generators
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Our most comprehensive range of genset models is our portable trade and farm generators series. We sell tough portable gensets to a whole range of commercial customers; builders, plumbers, farmers, civil construction companies, mine sites, agribusiness, renovators and much more.

Conventional generators are the popular choice for tradesmen, farmers, mining sites and the like

Conventional generators are the popular choice for tradesmen, farmers, mining sites and the like: they can handle the power loads required for work site tools and equipment 

So after years of gathering feedback from these customers and businesses, along with our ongoing testing from in-house product experts, we can share with you these powerful reviews for the best trade and farm generators in the market:

1. Advanced Power 8kVA: Rating 5/5

What Customers Say: “Been running a large pump (30amp start up) on a property at Maryborough almost every day for over 6 months now, and this generator has delivered without a hitch. This was the right option: thanks Sean.” Glen Raymond, Maryborough Qld

 My Generator Says: The most durable generator we’ve come across. We’ve put it through it’s paces and so have many of our civil construction and mining customers: just does not fail. We like the fact it has a 2 year manufacturers warranty on the generator and 3 year warranty on the Honda GX390 engine.  All the best Australian Trade Generator Manufacturers such as GentechPowerlite and Dunlite use the Honda GX390:

2. Yamaha EF7200E: Rating 5/5

What Customers Say: “This is a great unit if you need AVR plus a fair amount of power. From what I could find the inverters over 5000 watts were damn expensive. I was wrapt to get this for under 2 grand. Essential for my business now, I run my tools and computer when needed” Gerrard Cunnington, Greendale NSW

My Generator Says: A newly released model from Yamaha that we think represents great value; for around $1,800 – $1,900 you get the grunt of a trade generator with an AVR alternator so you can also power sensitive equipment. A trade style generator with modern technology additions including digital display, this unit is also very economical. Popular among not only trade customers but for those wanting to power events and households needing more power for backup during blackouts etc.

The new Yamaha EF7200E generator is packed with additional features

The new Yamaha EF7200E generator is packed with additional features

3. Powerlite 3 Phase 8kVA: Rating 5/5

What Customers Say: “Second time round I have bought this unit for the workshop. I got the other one back in 2002 and hasn’t failed me yet. We usually run them at around 3000 to 3500 watts a few days a week with the larger fuel tank – Would certainly recommend this: won’t give you any problems, just make sure it has enough oil.” Robert Pfeiffer, Gawler SA

My Generator Says: Again, a local manufacturer, Powerlite with a Honda Engine: these things are indestructible! For three phase power demands it’s not worth mucking around with cheaper imported generators. We also like the versatility of both three phase and single phase power outlets. Definitely our most popular three phase portable trade generator. Powerlite have one of the most comprehensive range of portable trade and farm generators in the Australian market.

Powerlite 8kVA Three Phase Generator: Powered by Honda

Powerlite 8kVA Three Phase Generator: Powered by Honda

If you are looking for a large diesel stationary generator for trade or farming applications, check out our range of Stationary Diesel Generators HERE.

For more information on portable trade and farm generators, check out the complete range at My Generator, or you can also check out other helpful related articles:

Sean Connolly

Sean Connolly

Managing Director at My Generator
Sean is the co-founder and Managing Director of My Generator (mygenerator.com.au)
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