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  On average, generators rent 2.1 months for:


For 60 months
Created with Raphaël 2.1.2
  • $100

  • $115



For 48 months
Created with Raphaël 2.1.2
  • $118

  • $135



For 36 months
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  • $147

  • $169



Per Week
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  • $150

  • $1,200



Per Day
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  • $50

  • $490

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Features of generators

generator rentalThere are two basic types of generator. One that runs on fuel and one that runs on a battery. Both of these are viable options today, and the one that you choose depends on your preferences. They tend to have very simple and easy to use features, such as an on and off switch. They also tend to have wheels that make them easy to move from place to place.

How generators work

The generator doesn’t actually create electrical energy. It makes use of the mechanical energy supplied to it as a means to power the movement of the electrical charges that it has in the coils. This allows for the generator to supply an output of electrical current that other machines can then utilize. The devices are very useful for residences during blackouts and natural disasters. However, they can also be a very good item to have on remote worksites. You need to have enough power to get through the day and night, and a generator with plenty of fuel or batteries is the way to do it.

About generators

When you are at a remote worksite in the middle of the woods, or you are trying to work even though there’s a blackout, you need to have a high quality generator that you can trust. A generator is capable of supplying power to the site so that you have light and so you can power your equipment. It helps to keep business operations going at a normal level. There are a number of different types of generators out there from quality manufacturers, and most companies should consider having an emergency generator onsite.

Generator Applications

  • Construction
  • Emergencies and natural disasters
  • Offices

Generator Manufacturers

  • Winco
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummin
  • Detroit
  • Honda
  • John Deere
  • Kohler

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