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Generators gasoline and gas: energy versatility for all needs

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Generators gasoline and gas: Which energy source choose?

In the field of generators, there are several options in terms of energy sources, including generators operating at the'gasoline and gas. These two types of generators offer unique advantages and are suitable for different needs. In this article, we will examine more closely the generators to gasoline and gas, highlighting their characteristics, advantages and important considerations to be taken into account when choosing the energy source most suitable for your needs.

Generators gasoline

Functioning and characteristics

Generators to gasoline are equipped with an internal combustion engine that works with the'gasoline like fuel. These generators are generally more compact and light than their gas counterparts, making them portable and easy to move. They are also generally cheaper to purchase, making it a more affordable option for domestic or leisure applications.

Easy to use: Generators to gasoline are easy to use and start, without requiring complex start-up procedures.

Fuel Availability: The'gasoline is widely available, making it easier to supply fuel from generators to gasoline, even in remote areas.

Immediate power: Generators to gasoline generally provide immediate power, which makes them suitable for occasional use or to supply low-power equipment.

Considerations: Limited autonomy: Generators to gasoline have limited operating autonomy compared to gas generators. They spill frequent fuel supplies, which may be binding in certain situations.

Sound and exhaust emissions: Generators to gasoline tend to be more noisy than gas generators and emit larger exhaust emissions. This may be a factor to consider if you need a silent energy source or if you need to comply with noise regulations.

Gas generators

Functioning and characteristics: Gas generators operate with gaseous fuels such as propane or natural gas. They are equipped with an internal combustion engine specially designed to use these fuel types. Gas generators are generally larger and heavier than generators with gasoline, but they offer higher power and greater operating autonomy.

Benefits: Fuel economy: Gas generators are more cost-effective in the long term than generators gasoline, because the cost of gas is often less than that of'gasoline. This can be particularly advantageous for frequent or prolonged use.

Prolonged autonomy: Gas generators generally offer longer operating autonomy than generators with gasoline. This makes them ideal for situations where continuous power supply is required for long periods, such as construction sites or outdoor events.

Reduced emissions: Gas generators produce less exhaust emissions than generators to gasoline, making it a more environmentally friendly option. They also emit less noise, making them quieter when they work.

Considerations: Fuel availability: The availability of gas may vary depending on the region and the accessibility to gas refuelling facilities. It is important to ensure that there is an adequate supply of gas in your region before choosing a generator gas.

Initial cost: Gas generators often have a higher initial cost than generators gasoline due to their more complex design and their larger size. However, long-term fuel savings can offset this higher initial cost.

Conclusion

When it comes to choosing between a generator to gasoline and one generator it is important to consider your specific needs, budget and environmental considerations. Generators to gasoline are more compact, cheaper to purchase and easy to use, but they have limited autonomy and can be noisy. Gas generators offer higher power, greater operating autonomy, reduced emissions and a long-term fuel economy, but they can be more intended and receive adequate gas supply.

Ultimately, the choice between generators to gasoline and gas generators will depend on your specific needs and the conditions under which you will use the generator. It is recommended to consult a professional or specialized dealer to obtain additional advice and make an informed decision. Whatever your choice, the generators to gasoline and gas can provide a reliable and versatile energy source to meet your electricity needs in emergency situations, construction work or outdoor events.

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Reference: DX-KS-7000E-G

Brand: KONNER & SOHNEN

Generator KS7000E-G - Gasoline and LPG Gas - 5.5 kW Single-phase 230V - AVR - Electric/manual start - Könner & Söhnen

Generator KS7000E-G - Gasoline and LPG Gas - 5.5 kW Single-phase 230V - AVR - Electric/manual start - Könner & Söhnen 25 litre tank - 17h to 50% charge - 70 dB(A) - 77.2 kg - Dimensions 680x545x550 mm Warranty 2 years

Price €707.50 Regular price €749.17 excluding VAT
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Reference: FG-69179

Brand: KOMPAK

Generator K4000S-DF Gasoline/GAZ - 3.3 kW - Single-phase - AVR - Manual start - 68 dB(A) - KOMPAK

Generator K4000S-DF Gasoline/GAZ - 3.3 kW - Single-phase - AVR - Manual start - 68 dB(A) - KOMPAK 14.3 A - 2 outlets 230V 16A - 15 liters tank - 14h to 50% charge - IPM23 - Dimensions L61xl47.5xH49.5 cm - 50 kg This is Generator is suitable for food-truck, caravan, fitted van, camping car... Lower operating costs, more storage problems compared...

Price €582.50 excluding VAT
€699.00 including tax
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Reference: DX-KS-8100iEG

Brand: KONNER & SOHNEN

Generator KS-8100iEG - Gasoline and Gas - 8 kW - INVERTER - Single-phase 230V - Electric start - Könner & Söhnen

Generator KS-8100iEG - Gasoline and Gas - 8 kW - INVERTER - Single-phase 230V - Electric start - Könner & Söhnen 20 litre tank - Autonomy 7.1h to 50% load - 70 dB(A) - 68 kg - Dimensions 765X505X555 mm  Warranty 2 years

Price €1,082.50 Regular price €1,249.17 excluding VAT
€1,299.00 including tax
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Reference: DX-KS-2000iGS

Brand: KONNER & SOHNEN

Generator KS-2000iG-S - Gasoline and Gas - 2 kW - INVERTER - Single-phase 230V - Manual start - Könner & Söhnen

Generator KS-2000iG-S - Gasoline and Gas - 2 kW - INVERTER - Single-phase 230V - Manual start - Könner & Söhnen 5 litre tank - Autonomy 6.25h to 50% charge - 62 dB(A) - 19 kg - Dimensions 500x285x460 mm Warranty 2 years

Price €340.83 Regular price €499.17 excluding VAT
€409.00 including tax
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Reference: DX-KS-10000E-G

Brand: KONNER & SOHNEN

Generator KS10000E-G - Gasoline and Gas - 8 kW Single-phase 230V - AVR - Electric/manual start - Könner & Söhnen

Generator KS10000E-G - Gasoline and Gas - 8 kW Single-phase 230V - AVR - Electric/manual start - Könner & Söhnen 25 litre tank - 15h to 50% charge - 71 dB(A) - 87 kg - Dimensions 680x545x550 mm Warranty 2 years

Price €665.83 Regular price €915.83 excluding VAT
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Reference: FG-69178

Brand: KOMPAK

Generator K10000TET-DF Gasoline/GAZ - 7.2/8 kW - Single-phase/Three-phase - AVR - Manual/Electric start - KOMPAK

Generator K10000TET-DF Gasoline/GAZ - 7.2/8 kW - Single-phase/Three-phase - AVR - Manual and electric start - 72 dB(A) - KOMPAK 14.3 A - 3 outlets 400V 32A / 230V 32A / 12V 8.3A - 25 liters tank - 12h50 to 50% charge - IPM23 - Dimensions L85.2xl57xH64.2 cm - 95 kg This is Generator is suitable for food-truck, caravan, fitted van, camping car... Lower...

Price €1,124.17 excluding VAT
€1,349.00 including tax
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Reference: DX-KS-4100iEG

Brand: KONNER & SOHNEN

Generator KS-4100iEG - Gasoline and Gas - 4 kW - INVERTER - Single-phase 230V - Electric start - Könner & Söhnen

Generator KS-4100iEG - Gasoline and Gas - 4 kW - INVERTER - Single-phase 230V - Electric start - Könner & Söhnen 12 litre tank - Autonomy 8.1h to 50% charge -70dB(A) - 40 kg - Dimensions 530x410x430xmm Warranty 2 years

Price €665.83 Regular price €749.17 excluding VAT
€799.00 including tax
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