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8 kW 120/240V Briggs and Stratton Electric Start Portable Generator
- 8,000 running watts with a 10,000 watt surge capacity ensures you have a reliable power source wherever you might be
- 33.3 Amps @ 240 Volts (Single Phase)
- 66.6 Amps @ 120 Volts (Single Phase)
- Gasoline engine
- Covered under 3 Year Residential and 1 Year Commercial Warranty
- Compact and mobile power solution
- Outlets: (4x) 5-20R 20A 120V, (1x) L14-30R 30A 120/240V
- Briggs and Stratton OHV Engine: This 2100 series, single cylinder, overhead valve engine provides long life, high performance, great fuel efficiency and quiet operation
- Engine Displacement: 420cc
- Engine RPM: 3600 (Revolutions per Minute)
- Covered Under 3 Year Residential and 1 Year Commercial Warranty
- Includes 12 volt key start with manual recoil pull start
- Overall Height: 25.9"
- Overall Length: 34.8"
- Overall Width: 22.2"
- Product Weight: 248 lbs
- Tank Size (Gallons): 7
- Run Time (50% Load): 9 Hours
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- Briggs And Stratton 30471*
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