Gasoline portable generators are devices that combine a gasoline engine and a generator to produce electrical energy. These devices are used as a power source in case of interruptions in the electrical network or in cases where on-site electricity generation is required.
Advantages of gasoline portable generators include portability, affordability, ease of use, quiet operation and easy maintenance. Also, gasoline generators often provide enough energy to run small appliances (eg, lights, televisions, refrigerators) and other small appliances.
Gasoline generators are produced in different power capacities and have different features according to their usage areas. For example, small gasoline generators are portable and are used to meet the needs of a few homes or small businesses, while large gasoline generators are designed for outdoor events such as construction sites, campsites, festivals and concerts.