Thinking of a Generator?
The time to acquire one is before you need one. There are many generators used for different purposes with many factors affecting your purchase. Factors based on type of fuel (Diesel, Gas, PTO, Natural Gas, and Transfer Switch) longevity and extended use, loads and surges, loudness, auto vs. manual start, phase, portability, ease of installation, RPMs, and of course, price, all contribute to your decision.
We offer Katolight. Why Katolight? Well, we think they are the best and offer the best solutions for serious power.
Proud Partners with Katolight
Katolight’s product line derives its roots from serving the farm and agricultural electrical needs, and branches to include home standby and large industrial generators. They maintain a diverse line of stationary generators for agriculture and a highly configurable line of power-take-off (PTO) generators.
Guiding Principles in Choosing a Generator
1. Bigger is Better
2. Slower RPM’s is better
3. Think in terms of availability of fuel during an emergency (storage) Gas will go bad after a while. The pumps at gas stations run on power.
4. Warranties and dealers are important. These bigger engines have great warranties on parts and labor. (example: 5 year for PTO parts and labor)
5. Run the numbers with us. It is not always graduated evenly. Often going up to the next model can either give great value or certain models do not give the best value. We can help establish KW per dollar amount.
6. We know what parts and accessories you need among the hundreds of options to get real numbers about the generator you will need.
7. Katolilght is a superior product.
8. Make sure the generator size matches or exceeds your needs.
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Questions about a Generator?
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