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A Dual Fuel Generator runs on Gasoline or LP Propane. Flexibility provides more choices for refueling, longer run times between trips for fuel, and convenient storage options.

Dual Fuel Generator

A Dual Fuel Generator runs on Gasoline or LP Propane. Switch from one fuel to other as necessary. Substitute a tank of propane from your gas grill if you’re short on gasoline. LP Propane comes in 20, 30, 40, 60, and 100 pounds tanks. Extend run time to days instead of hours.

Gasoline can go stale in a few months and cause carburetor problems with the addition of a stabilizer. It’s not as convenient to store and produces flammable fumes, even when not in use. A dual fuel portable generator provides the flexibility to choose between two fuels.

Dual Fuel Portable Generator

The Dual Fuel Portable Generator is convenient. Take the generator on a trip and leave the gasoline behind, but pack the LP tank. Most gas stations, big box stores, hardware stores, and even some grocery stores offer propane in pre-filled tanks. Some establishments offer refill service for less money than an exchange. A home with a propane furnace and appliances can add a connection to their gas line for a dual fuel generator.

An efficient and quiet Dual Fuel Inverter Generator makes less noise than other portables while using less fuel. The generator engine speed varies with the electrical load, reducing fuel use, noise, and wear.

Dual Fuel Inverter Generator

A Duel Fuel Inverter Generator runs quiet, whether it’s using gasoline or propane. Those enclosed within a case can make less noise than a normal conversation. Noise levels start at about 50 dB and top out at about 66 dB, depending on size and style. Open frame models produce more noise because they are not enclosed.

The Dual Fuel Portable Inverter Generator is lighter than traditional generators. They have smaller engines that turn multi-phase alternators. The generator converts electrical power electronically into clean, smooth power that compares to utility power—suitable for electronics, appliances, and tools.

Generator Dual Fuel

Increasingly popular is the Tri-Fuel Generator. It runs on Gasoline, Propane, and Natural Gas, making it the most versatile of all the Generator Duel Fuel options available. Switch between Natural Gas or LP Propane with the turn of a knob. Or use gasoline when you need maximum power.

With an almost unlimited supply of Natural Gas through municipal gas lines, a tri-fuel generator can run for days without refueling. It still needs oil and maintenance—Remember to check the oil and change the filters and plugs as specified.

The Dual Fuel Generator and Tri-Fuel Generator Models provide exceptional flexibility and reliability in a portable generator.

Dual Fuel Generator

Highlighted Dual Generator and Dual Fuel Inverter Generator Models at Norwall

Duromax XP13000HX 13000 Watt Generator

Dual Fuel, Electric Start, CO Alert/Shutdown

Champion 8000 Watt Tri Fuel Generator

Electric Start, 8000 Watts, EPA CARB Compliant

Westinghouse 12000 Watt Dual Fuel Generator

Remote Start, Switch Fuel without shutdown

Cummins 9500 Watt Dual Fuel Generator

7500 Running Watts, Remote Start, LP or Gas

DuroStar 4850 Dual Fuel Generator

3850 Running Watts, Volt Meter, Low Oil Shutdown

 

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A Dual Fuel Generator runs on Gasoline or LP Propane. Flexibility provides more choices for refueling, longer run times between trips for fuel, and convenient storage options.

Dual Fuel Generator

A Dual Fuel Generator runs on Gasoline or LP Propane. Switch from one fuel to other as necessary. Substitute a tank of propane from your gas grill if you’re short on gasoline. LP Propane comes in 20, 30, 40, 60, and 100 pounds tanks. Extend run time to days instead of hours.

Gasoline can go stale in a few months and cause carburetor problems with the addition of a stabilizer. It’s not as convenient to store and produces flammable fumes, even when not in use. A dual fuel portable generator provides the flexibility to choose between two fuels.

Dual Fuel Portable Generator

The Dual Fuel Portable Generator is convenient. Take the generator on a trip and leave the gasoline behind, but pack the LP tank. Most gas stations, big box stores, hardware stores, and even some grocery stores offer propane in pre-filled tanks. Some establishments offer refill service for less money than an exchange. A home with a propane furnace and appliances can add a connection to their gas line for a dual fuel generator.

An efficient and quiet Dual Fuel Inverter Generator makes less noise than other portables while using less fuel. The generator engine speed varies with the electrical load, reducing fuel use, noise, and wear.

Dual Fuel Inverter Generator

A Duel Fuel Inverter Generator runs quiet, whether it’s using gasoline or propane. Those enclosed within a case can make less noise than a normal conversation. Noise levels start at about 50 dB and top out at about 66 dB, depending on size and style. Open frame models produce more noise because they are not enclosed.

The Dual Fuel Portable Inverter Generator is lighter than traditional generators. They have smaller engines that turn multi-phase alternators. The generator converts electrical power electronically into clean, smooth power that compares to utility power—suitable for electronics, appliances, and tools.

Generator Dual Fuel

Increasingly popular is the Tri-Fuel Generator. It runs on Gasoline, Propane, and Natural Gas, making it the most versatile of all the Generator Duel Fuel options available. Switch between Natural Gas or LP Propane with the turn of a knob. Or use gasoline when you need maximum power.

With an almost unlimited supply of Natural Gas through municipal gas lines, a tri-fuel generator can run for days without refueling. It still needs oil and maintenance—Remember to check the oil and change the filters and plugs as specified.

The Dual Fuel Generator and Tri-Fuel Generator Models provide exceptional flexibility and reliability in a portable generator.

Dual Fuel Generator

Highlighted Dual Generator and Dual Fuel Inverter Generator Models at Norwall

Duromax XP13000HX 13000 Watt Generator

Dual Fuel, Electric Start, CO Alert/Shutdown

Champion 8000 Watt Tri Fuel Generator

Electric Start, 8000 Watts, EPA CARB Compliant

Westinghouse 12000 Watt Dual Fuel Generator

Remote Start, Switch Fuel without shutdown

Cummins 9500 Watt Dual Fuel Generator

7500 Running Watts, Remote Start, LP or Gas

DuroStar 4850 Dual Fuel Generator

3850 Running Watts, Volt Meter, Low Oil Shutdown