Generators

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  1. jhonmackwell

    jhonmackwell Guest

    A solid and overwhelming-obligation machine with a 3500 running voltage this generator will have no trouble in performing a portion of the routine errands regularly found in a building site. This machine accompanies an advanced show that shows top voltage, exchanging current recurrence and hours of operation since the last demonstration of setting into operation. This is an extremely flexible force generator with numerous controls that make it simple to make fundamental modification.

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  2. DonL

    DonL Jack of all trades Master of one

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    I am still waiting on the Home units that do not need fuel.

    Do you have a model like that ?
  3. JerryR

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    Of course there is. You need to work on your reading comprehension skills. It is clearly described as a "flexible force generator" with "fundamental modification". What did you not understand?

    Not only that, it has 3500 running voltage and "overwhelming-obligation". What more do you need?
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  4. Vegas_sparky

    Vegas_sparky Eat kitty

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    That thing really sounds fancy. I always wanted an obligation machine. Do I get a choice of colors too?

    I'm glad all my site tools running 3500 voltage. LOL
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  5. bluebinky

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    What phase does it run?
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    I thought that being married meant that *I* was the "obligation machine"?
  7. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    quote; I'm glad all my site tools running 3500 voltage.

    If they were not, all you would have to do is wire thirty 120 v. machines in series and run them all at the same time. But one advantage of 3,500 volts is that the amperage would be so low you could almost run the with doorbell or irrigation valve wires.
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  8. DonL

    DonL Jack of all trades Master of one

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    I would want wire with a higher insulation breakdown voltage.

    But you sure could save on copper.


    I guess these new generators are 60 phase.
  9. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    Maybe 3 phase and 60 hz. I wonder what they are to ground? Maybe 2,020 volts.

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