Energy technology company adds two new portable generators to its Powermate line.
Generac Power Systems, Inc., announced the introduction of two new Powermate dual-fuel capable portable generators – the Powermate 4500-watt and 7500-watt dual fuel portable generators.
Both models are designed to operate on either gasoline or an LP gas fuel source, said Generac.
“Our latest additions to the Powermate lineup provide consumers complete flexibility in how they power their generators for home and recreational use,” said Kyle Raabe, president of Generac consumer power.
The Powermate 4500-watt dual fuel portable generator offers 4,500 starting watts and 3,600 running watts (gas), powerful enough to run small electrical appliances at any picnic or campground, while versatile enough to power tools for home DIY projects.
Additionally, providing 7,500 starting watts and 6,000 running watts (gas), the Powermate 7500-watt dual fuel portable generator is ideal for outdoor events and for use with power tools, said Generac.
The generators are powered by Generac OHV engines that provide consistent power for multiple applications and use a simple dual-fuel dial to offer the choice of operating with gasoline or LP gas. They feature a steel frame and compact design with integrated wheels and handle, for easy transport.
They also offer COsense technology which detects carbon monoxide levels around the generator and will automatically shut the generator down if carbon monoxide levels become unsafe, said the firm.
“Both the 4500 and 7500 are ideal solutions whether they’re working on a weekend home improvement project or thinking about backup power needs. We are excited to offer innovative technology and features that make these generators exceptionally convenient to use,” said Raabe.
Founded in 1959, Waukesha, Wisconsin-based Generac Power Systems, Inc. is an energy technology company that provides advanced power grid software solutions, backup and prime power systems for home and industrial applications, solar + battery storage solutions, virtual power plant platforms and engine- and battery-powered tools and equipment.