Powerful, convenient, easy to store, quick and easy to move, affordable; the many features of Portable Generators make them suitable for a whole range of uses in homes and businesses around Australia. Here, we countdown the top 5 uses for portable generator.
5. Emergency Power
Blackouts needn’t lead to spoiled food and walking around by the light of a torch. You can use a portable generator to power essential small appliances, such as lights, a refrigerator, computer, TV and mobile chargers. Emergency Back Up Generators can power up mission critical appliances during black outs/natural disasters.
4. Around the Jobsite
If you’re working on a site with restricted access to an electricity supply, Portable Generator are a handy and reliable way to run your power tools and keep the job going. Nowadays, there are robust generators designed specifically for the tough demands of the worksite, including WorkCover safety features such as rollover casing and earth leakage protection, as well as heavy-duty frames.
3. Outdoor Events
Ask any event coordinators and they will tell you that Portable Generator are the number one must-have for concerts, outdoor parties, weddings, festivals and markets. Whether it’s a large community event or a backyard party, portable generators can provide essential power for lights, musical systems and AV equipment. By using a number of Portable Generators around the site, the event won’t overload circuits or cause a power surge.
Check out this sharp mobile stall van from our good friends at Wienerbago and their video below. Their Inverter Generator keeps the business running – day in, day out. If you find yourself in Adelaide drop in for a Kransky – you won’t regret it!
2. Camping Adventure
There’s nothing like enjoying the best nature has to offer, especially if you also have a few of life’s luxuries on hand. Whether you’re camping, caravanning, boating or 4WD touring, a portable Inverter Generator will help you power up the equipment you need for a comfortable and enjoyable trip, including laptops, a small freezer, radio and mobile charger. Advances in technology mean you can choose a silent generator that won’t annoy the neighbours on the site next door.
And at number 1: Natural Disasters
Hurricanes, bushfires, cyclones, flood…in Australia we’re no strangers to natural disasters. But while the power is out, Portable Generators come to the rescue. They are used by relief agencies and emergency services to keep rescue operations on track, as well as helping families stay safe and secure.
Tell us, what do you use your Portable Generator for?
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