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Petrol Generators

For dependable power, look no further than Edison's diverse line-up of petrol generators. Whether you need reliable backup during unexpected outages, a power source for off-grid activities, or a dependable partner for your commercial needs, our petrol generators are designed to deliver outstanding performance.

Why Choose a Petrol Generator?

When considering a power solution, petrol generators emerge as a favourable choice for various reasons. Their long-standing history of dependable power output is just the beginning. Petrol is easy to access and easy to store. Additionally, petrol inverter generators are easy to start  and adapt effortlessly to fluctuating power loads, making them more efficient and  versatile for a wide range of applications.

The Distinct Advantages of Petrol Generators from Edisons

When you invest in an Edison petrol generator, you're securing more than just a machine; you're guaranteeing performance, reliability, and durability. Our petrol generators are revered for their versatility, making them ideal for various settings, from outdoor events to construction sites. Economically, petrol is a widely available fuel, often offering a more cost-effective solution than other fuels. Furthermore, with the straightforward design of our generators, maintenance becomes a hassle-free task, ensuring that your machine is always ready to deliver optimum performance.

Brands That Exemplify Power and Excellence

Edisons takes immense pride in featuring brands that are pioneers in the world of power generation. Genpower is a name that has become synonymous with reliability. With a commitment to top-notch performance, Genpower petrol generators boast reliabilty, quality and advanced user-friendly features, ensuring you're always powered. On the other hand, Baumr-AG focuses robust build quailty  and  consistent power delivery with an eye towards more heavy duty use. Both  ranges of petrol generators are tailored to meet the multifaceted demands of modern users, ensuring seamless power provision for every task.

Commit to Quality with Petrol Generators from Edisons

Immerse yourself in a world of reliable power solutions. Edisons offers a vast array of petrol generators, inverter generators and portable power stations to cater to all needs and applications. From the compact and portable designs, perfect for outdoor adventures, to the robust and more significant units ideal for commercial sites, we've got you covered. All our petrol generators are backed by a solid warranty, assuring you of our commitment to quality. Couple this with our fast delivery across Australia, and you have a partnership you can trust.

FAQs

How do petrol generators compare in efficiency and performance to diesel generators?

Petrol generators are renowned for their quick start-up times and adaptability to varying power loads. Typically lighter and more portable, they are a popular choice for short-term applications or instances where the generator might need to be moved frequently. Diesel generators, on the other hand, are generally more fuel-efficient over extended use and often have a longer lifespan, making them ideal for consistent, long-term usage.

Both petrol and diesel generators are available as inverter generators or alternator generators. Inverter generators produce cleaner and more stable power. This makes them perfect for sensitive electronics like laptops or medical equipment, as they reduce the risk of power fluctuations, which can damage such devices. Alternator generators are suitable for applications that require a high power output where noise and power quality are not critical, such as construction sites. For more reliable power, choose a petrol or diesel inverter generator. 

How do I determine the right size or power capacity for my needs?

Choosing a suitable power capacity is crucial. Start by listing all devices you plan to run simultaneously. Sum up their wattage requirements. This will give you the total wattage you need. It's a good idea to opt for a generator with a slightly higher capacity to account for occasional surges or additional unplanned power needs. A 10% higher capacity is usually a safe bet, as this also covers any appliances that may have an initial surge on start-up before reverting to a lower power level once running regularly. 

Are petrol generators safe to use in all weather conditions?

While many petrol generators are designed to be robust, it's crucial to ensure they are not exposed to excessive moisture or used in wet conditions. Rain or pooled water can pose electrocution risks and damage the generator. Using the generator in a dry, well-ventilated area is always best. If outdoor usage is essential during damp conditions, consider using a protective canopy or cover, ensuring it doesn't restrict airflow.

How often should I perform maintenance on my petrol generator?

While each generator will come with a specific maintenance guide, as a rule of thumb, you should conduct a basic inspection every 50 hours. This includes checking the oil, air filter, and fuel filter. A more comprehensive maintenance, such as changing the oil or cleaning the carburettor, can be done every 100 hours or annually, whichever comes first.