4000 Surge Watt Portable Tri Fuel Generator – Sportsman

$549.99

Portable generator runs on NG Natural Gas, LPG Propane, or unleaded gasoline. 3500 Running Watts. Dependable and reliable for RV, camping and power outage.

Description

Portable generator runs on NG Natural Gas, LPG Propane, or unleaded gasoline

• 4000 Surge Watts / 3500 Running Watts
• 4 – 120V A/C Outlets
• 1 – 12V D/C Outlet
• 1 – 120V RV Outlet
• Recoil Start
• 7.0 HP Engine, 4 Stroke , 4650 RPM
• Displacement: 212cc
• Phase: Single
• AC Voltage: 120V @ 60Hz
• Spark Plug Model A7RTC
• Includes one each LPG adapater and NG adapter
• Decibel Rating less than 68 db @ 24 Feet
• Complies with EPA emissions
• Engine Run Time: 10 Hours @ 50% Load (GAS)
• Engine Run Time: 12 Hours @ 50% Load (LP)
• Fuel Tank Capacity: 3.6 Gallon
• Warranty: 2 YEAR Limited Emissions
• Warranty: 1 YEAR Limited
• High Altitude Use: This generator is not recommended for high altitude use above 3,000 feet.
• If you are using a generator at 3,000 feet above sea level, the generator may not function properly because of air flow getting through the carburetor.
• SURGE WATTS / RUNNING WATTS MAY BE REDUCED BY 10% WHEN USING PROPANE FUEL VS USING GASOLINE.
• SURGE WATTS / RUNNING WATTS MAY BE REDUCED BY 20% WHEN USING NATURAL GAS VS USING GASOLINE
• READ INSTRUCTION MANUAL BEFORE USE. FOR LP, you must use the supplied LP Regulator for safe operation. FOR NG, the pressure supplied to the generator must be 4 TO 6 OUNCES or 7 TO 11 INCHES W.C. (water column). The primary regulator at the fuel supply must be capable of delivering the proper volume of fuel at this pressure. Contact your local natural gas professional for installation. Two adapters are included, one is for LPG, the other is for NG. Before using LPG or NG fuel, choose the correct adapter according to the fuel you’ve connected.
Non-CARB compliant/Not for sale in California
*Surge watts / running watts may be reduced by 10% when using propane vs using gasoline
*Surge watts / running watts may be reduced by 20% when using natural gas vs using gasoline

Read instruction manual before use: FOR LP, you must use the supplied LP Regulator for safe operation. FOR NG, the pressure supplied to the generator must be 4 TO 6 OUNCES or 7 TO 11 INCHES W.C. (water column). The primary regulator at the fuel supply must be capable of delivering the proper volume of fuel at this pressure. Contact your local natural gas professional for installation. Two adapters are included, one is for LPG, the other is for NG. Before using LPG or NG fuel, choose the correct adapter according to the fuel you’ve connected

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