Homelite 6,000 Watt 13 HP OHV Portable Gas Generator. 13 HP Air Cooled OHV Engine. Fuel Tank Capacity 6.5 gallons will power generator 13 hours @ 1/2 load or 9 hours @ full load.
Founded in 1921, Homelite has built a solid reputation for quality products and name you can trust. Homelite's 6000 Watt Generator is powered by a 13 HP air cooled OHV engine. The large capacity 6.5 gallon fuel tank will provide 13 hours of run time at 1/2 load or 9 hours of run time at full load.
Weighing in at 185lbs, this unit is encased in a heavy duty steel frame and includes rubber isolators to reduce vibration. Features include two 120v duplex outlet GFCI protected, 240v twistlock outlet, low oil alert system, fuel guage and circuit breaker protection.
Always remember to check the wattages listed on your tools or appliances before using this generator in conjunction with them.
Warranty 1 year for consumers, 90 days for commercial Heavy Duty 1 5" tubing for durability and protection, 10" Pneumatic Wheel Kit with fold away handles, 6.5 Gallon Fuel Tank, 15 hours at 50% load EPA and Carb Certified.
Types of generators:
Generators come in two basic types: standby and portable. There also are inverters, which are not generators but may meet your needs. The source of backup power you ultimately choose will be determined by many factors, including your power generator.
Portable generators are versatile. You can use them for emergency power at home, for power in remote locations where utility power is unavailable, or for recreational purposes, like marine or camping. Portable generators are fueled by gas or diesel and include 120-volt power outlets like the ones in the walls of your home.
A standby generator is permanently installed outside your home or commercial building and wired directly into the electric system to provide power to some or all of your home's circuits during a disruption of normal utility power.
Standby generators are fueled by liquid propane or natural gas. The number of circuits to which a standby generator can provide power--and the number of appliances you can run on those circuits--is determined by the power capacity of the generator. Standby generators are about the same size as, and look similar to, a standard central air conditioner.