GP17500E Watt Portable,49-State
Purchased this to run our liquid pumps to load tankers with water/product. works the very best, starts the pumps with ease.
November 14, 2013
hard to move
I give this 17500E a 5 star rating. The only con I have is the portability. I have to move the gen. around. I mounted a heavy duty caster with brake the second day I owned it , this totally changed the portability, I can move it around with one hand. Also I believe the handle needs to be adjustable so you don't have to do a shoulder lift to get it rolling.
October 18, 2013
I found the unit to be well made. As big as it was, it is easier to move than I thought it would be. Well balanced. All features are well marked. I purchased the unit for power outage during severe weather. This unit replaces a smaller unit that could not handle all of our needs. The investment will be worth it when we lose power again out here in the country.
October 6, 2013
Great home/business generator
We use our generator for special events and for backup purposes, not very noisy for its size/power, fuel efficient and very reliable, I would highly recommend the GP17500E!
August 28, 2013
I bought this for my ice cream store in Las Vegas and in the bad HEAT waves it work great it powered the whole store and some more. It was worth it!
July 19, 2013
everything i ask for and more . very easy starting . very easy to put together
July 4, 2013
This product works great!
My company purchased this generator at the recommendation of our electrician. We have a 20,000 sq ft facility (5k office, 15k warehouse). We looked into a 45-60kw standby generator but felt the cost was too high. We decided to try this unit with a manual transfer switch for our facility. One week after installation we lost power for 2 business days. This generator ran 2 HVAC office units, 6 modine gas heaters, 25 personal computers, 3 computer servers and related hardware, office telephone, fridge, half of the office and warehouse lights and more. If we could have hooked up the transfer switch to more of the breakers I think this unit would have powered almost the entire facility. It started and ran without skipping a beat. We spent a fraction of the price quoted for a built in standby unit. We would recommend this setup to any small business.
March 8, 2013
When The Power Went Out From Sandy I Ran 3 Refrigs, 2 Sump Pumps, The Boiler, 3 Tv's # Of Lights And Some From 7am to Midnight For Like 4 Days And Used About 10 To 12 Gallons A Day.
March 6, 2013