All Generators are the same: If that were true then price would be the only determining factor consumers would consider when purchasing a tri fuel generator. However, this is not the case. Tri fuel generators come with different engines, parts and frames. All of which can be high quality or very poor. And when it comes to providing yourself and your family with emergency power, you don’t want a generator that is unreliable. It’s best to avoid discount generators especially with ones with engines made in china. Not to say Chinese factories don’t produce great products. But many times the engines that go into generators are of poorer quality than their Korean or Japanese peers. Poor electrical parts will also wear out quicker or short out. So it’s important to make sure you don’t set cost as your primary deciding factor. Because in the long run, it may cost you more in cash and headaches to go with a cheaper unit.
Tri Fuels aren’t as efficient: There is a reduction in power output when using natural gas, however this does not mean tri fuels are less efficient. Since you still have the option of gas and propane you can still run your tri fuel at maximum power. However, if you can’t get to a gas station or the lines are insane, you will want the flexibility a tri fuel generator brings.
Converted Generators are not reliable:
That would be true if this was our first model or if we used poor quality parts. Our engineers and the parts we use are all top notch. We have built hundreds of tri fuel generators Our generators come with a 2 year warranty and our customers are very satisfied.
You Can’t connect a Generator to your transfer box once its converted: Completely false. A tri fuel generator has the same type of output as a single fuel one. You still need to have an electrician install a transfer switch and you can hook your tri fuel generator directly to your home’s main electric line.
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