Inverter generators are perfect for work-sites, building projects or events that requires generator output at varying levels, allowing for the use of smaller electrical appliances and tools.

How Do Inverter Generators Work?

A fairly recent development, inverter generators utilise advanced electronic circuits and highly developed magnets. Inverter generators use an alternator that outputs an AC current like a normal generator, however, a capacitator converts it to DC, and then inverts back to clean AC.

This smooths the current and it maintains an even flow to appliances.

Why Choose An Inverter Generator?

  • Modern inverter generators are small, and light, making them easy to transport and store, fitting easily into vehicles of varying sizes
  • Inverter generators are highly fuel-efficient due to the engine speed which adjusts power load as required
  • Inverter generators are designed to be very quiet, their engines include mufflers and sound-dampening to reduce noise to extremely low levels.

Maximum Power Delivery

KVA Amps KW
10 13.9 8
15 20.8 12
20 27.8 16
30 41.7 24
40 55 32
45 62 36
50 69 40
60 83 48
70 97 56
75 104 60
100 139 80
125 174 100
150 208 120
200 278 160
250 347 200
300 417 240
350 486 280
400 556 320
450 625 360
500 695 400

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