SGS 3.75 kVA Super Duty Portable Petrol Generator With Wheel Kit | 4-Stroke 7.0 HP

Product Code: PGH3000
(£199.99 ex VAT)

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Engine Displacement (cc)208
Engine RPM3000.0
Engine Type4-Stroke Engine
Frequency (hz)50 Hz
Fuel TypePetrol
Max Power Output (W)3000.0
Net Weight (kg)48.00
No Load Speed (RPM)3000.0
Pallet DeliveryFalse
Power Output (W)2000.0
Power PhaseSingle Phase
Power SourceEngine
Rated Output (W)2000 - 3000
Sound Level (db)74.0
Start TypeElectric
Tank Size15
Voltage (V)230 / 115
Warranty2 Year Warranty

This superb dual voltage, 3000 W petrol powered generator from SGS Engineering not only offers exceptional value for money but also and suits a wide range of users who demand a reliable source of remote, portable electricity. Ideal for most standby or backup power requirements.

The PGH3000 delivers up to 3.0 kW / 3.75 kVA of power to light trade, domestic and leisure users.

115 V 16 amp socket and a 230 V 16 amp socket, and in addition has a 12V DC 8.3amp output.

All our generators come with 100% copper motor coils instead of the more commonly used (and cheaper) aluminium coils found on other models. This ensures a greater and more reliable power output from SGS generators.

It is fitted with a large fuel tank for up to 8 hours continuous operation @ 50% load between refueling, is powered by a reliable and easy to start 4-stroke petrol engine and is protected by a sturdy all steel surround frame fitted with large rubber wheels for maneuverability.

Fitted with an AVR (automatic voltage regulator) to sense and maintain a constant voltage as the load on the generator varies.

Tips on ordering the correct generator:
It is recommended to leave 20-25% headroom when ordering a generator. So a 1000W kettle should be run on a 1200W generator, to help extend the life of the generator.

Resistive and inductive loads:
A generator can be used for two types of loads – resistive and inductive. A resistive load has no moving parts and no start-up power requirement – for example kettles, light bulbs and heaters. An inductive load applies to most items with a moving part – for example motors, air compressors, power washers, drills and hoovers. Items with an inductive load require three times their rated wattage at start-up. So a 1000W drill would need up to 3000W at start-up.

NOTE: The generator will require filling with 0.6 litres of 10W30 grade oil before first use.

This product comes with 2 year extended warranty.


2 Year Warranty

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