The DuroMax XP4400EH, the Briggs and Stratton Tri Fuel Portable Generator, the Powerland PD3G 10000E, the Pulsar PG7500B and the Smarter Tools ST GP 7500DEB are some of the most highly recommended multi-fuel power generators available. They provide the capability to choose the type of fuel according to the use, and each one has different features corresponding to different needs.Continue Reading
The DuroMax Dual Fuel Propane Gas Powered XP4400EH Portable Electric Start Generator runs at 4400 watts surge and 3500 watts continuous. It has an easy assembly, and it comes with two wheels and a handle for easy mobility. It weighs about 128 pounds and has a low oil shut off to help protect the life of the engine.
The generator also has a volt meter and a circuit breaker that prevents overloading.
The Briggs and Stratton Tri Fuel Portable Generator has a 2-year limited warranty at time of purchase. It has a 7-gallon fuel capacity, and it comes with a 570cc 18-gross torque V-Twin OHV engine and a 10-foot natural gas hose kit. It can be used with gasoline, natural gas or propane. It has a 50-amp transfer switch, and it runs quietly at 80 dba. It has a recoil/electrical starting system, and there is an automatic voltage regulator to prevent overloading.
The Pulsar Duel Fuel PG7500B Generator runs at 7500 watts surge, at 6000 watts rated and at 60hz. It has a recoil starting system and can use propane or gasoline. It has a digital meter and several outlets including one 12-volt DC, four 120-volts and one 120/240-volt twist lock. It weighs about 184.5 pounds, and it has a single-cylinder 13-hp four-stroke OHV air-cooled engine for added power.Learn more about Tools