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Generac Commercial Series Liquid-Cooled Standby Generator 150 kW, 277/480...

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  • Auto Shutdown: Yes (Low oil pressure, high temperature, over speed and/or overcrank)
  • Meets 2009 EPA standards
  • All generator sales are finalStandby generators require installation involving permanent outdoor placement, electrical wiring and fuel source connections. We recommend the use of a trained professional for final connections of gas and electric.
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  • Item Weight: 2,666 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2,666 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000P5TUKG
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310,580 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Generac Power System's commercial line of standby generators feature exclusive Quiet-Test for ultra-quiet operation during the unit's weekly self-testing period. When normal utility power is present, Quiet-Test allows the generator to run at reduced speeds, thereby lowering sound pressure by as much as 12dB. This is especially important in areas where residences or other businesses are close by. Clean, natural gas fueled. No diesel fuel storage or exhaust emissions to worry about. Great for larger homes and businesses. HTS transfer switches sold separately. U.S.A. All sales final. All warranty work will be performed in the field, by the manufacturer. Rated Watts NG kW 150, Engine Generac 6.8L V-10, UL Listed Yes, Transfer Switch No, Start Type Automatic, Dimensions L x W x H in. 115 3/16 x 36 25/32 x 54 25/32, Fuel Type Natural gas, Volts 277/480, Engine Cooling Liquid, Mounting Pad No, Enclosure Yes/ Steel, Auto Shutdown Yes, Engine Speed RPM 3,600, Phase 3, Battery Required Yes, Noise Level dB 76, Battery Included No. Auto Shutdown Yes Low oil pressure, high temperature, over speed and/or overcrank Meets 2009 EPA standards All generator sales are final Standby generators require installation involving permanent outdoor placement, electrical wiring and fuel source connections. We recommend the use of a trained professional for final connections of gas and electric.

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All I can say is this is just amazing.
natalie
We live pretty far out in the middle of nowhere here on 15 acres so I figured we will be one of the untouched areas when the zombie apocalypse occurs.
AmazinMom3
Everything was going along pretty well.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

68 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Hallie Jones on June 18, 2011
I'm sure everyone will see this thing and go "Ohhhh look this will be useful in case of a zombie uprising to power our house, while we cower in the basement and watch old Star Trek The Next Generation Tapes" But let's think that through for a second, ladies and gents...

First, you're going to get it shipped to your house and then just have it sit there? Nothing is worse than buying something you never get to use. This would be like car insurance times approximately 2,700. (I have a few speeding tickets). Plus, once everyone sees it go up and the zombie Armageddon DOES come raining down on your head, guess where ALL your neighbors are going to congregate? "Hey Jim, yeah I know I borrowed your riding mower a few months ago and gave it back with a chipped blade, but we're out of leather to boil and eat and my family is slowly going insane from the constant low moans and scratching outside their door, if we could maybe just get in there for an hour and get a hot shower and recharge our emergency radio..." You're not going to say no to that, because you're a sucker.

The trick to surviving the zombie uprising is to be PROACTIVE. Sure you could turn your house into a fortress and simply hunker down to wait for the undead to rot away, OR you could create your own zombie army to unleash upon the ravaging plague of the undead! And how do you do that? Well, I'm not going to tell, but let me assure you a large component of the process is a vast amounts of barely channeled energy, and maybe waiting around for a lighting storm worked in 1856 for Dr. Frankenstein, but as a busy Notary Public/Mad Scientist on the go, I need a reliable source of God-blaspheming power to raise my loyal horde of zombies.
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62 of 83 people found the following review helpful By AmazinMom3 on March 16, 2011
We live pretty far out in the middle of nowhere here on 15 acres so I figured we will be one of the untouched areas when the zombie apocalypse occurs. We decided dropping $25,000 on a self contained little city would be perfect. Got solar panels for it and don't have to worry about diesel. We are also in the process of attempting to fortify it with lead sheeting to prevent radiation poisioning in case of fallout. It is pretty rommy inside. We are fit all 6 kids with cots and have plenty of storage for food and the 2 milking goats and 7 chickens. Now it is just a waiting game. Would recommend to anyone who knows the end is nigh and wants to survive in a world gone to the undead. It is not "if" anymore - it is when...
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Gusto on February 14, 2012
This is the best standby generator with free delivery on the market today. The near silent operation is perfect as this machine takes up a fair chunk of my bedroom and I'm trying to hide it from my parents. I would have given it 5 stars but they didn't put a warning to not drink the liquid coolant.
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50 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Pen Name on June 18, 2011
These Guardian generators are the bees knees. I have a wonderful studio apartment but unfortunately the power goes out on occasion.

When I found out these were on sale for only $27k (and change), and FREE SHIPPING to boot, I had to jump on such a deal.
As I live in the middle of the city, I had to rent a crane to hoist this behemoth onto the roof of the 20 story apartment building I live in. The crane was pretty large and expensive to rent (I had to pay around $5000 to rent the crane).

Everything was going along pretty well. We had the unit hoisted to the point that we were nearly at the point of setting it onto the roof when the man who owns the building showed up. Usually the only time I see this man is when I'm behind on my rent by at least 60 days so I thought there was a possibility that I had forgotten to pay my rent again. Fortunately, he wasn't there about the rent. This is when things started going badly. He asked what I was doing and I told him about the killer deal I got on the generator and that my power goes out on occasion and rather than have to sit in the dark without the ability to watch tv or surf the internet, I can now have my own power generation system as a backup.

The apartment manager had a few choice derogatory expletives and screamed at me to get the generator off the roof or that he would be calling the police.

Long story short, I had to rent a storage unit to store this generator until such time that I was able to buy a place in the country with no managers to prevent me from installing a generator.

Hopefully those of you who live in the city can learn from my experience.
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