Choose Your Fuel: New Natural Gas Ready Generator With Tri-Fuel Technology Offers Powerful Flexibility
Champion Power Equipment Releases New Tri-Fuel Natural Gas Ready Portable Generator
Imagine one generator designed with the ability to run off of your choice of three fuels. No need to imagine it any longer – Champion’s natural gas ready generator is a reliable source of power with the ultimate in fuel flexibility. When you’re not running your generator on natural gas, you also have the option of operating it on gasoline or propane. The ability to operate your generator on three types of fuel makes this one of the most versatile generators on the market.
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Champion Power Equipment introduces their first generator with the flexibility to run off of natural gas, gasoline, or propane. No matter which fuel you choose, you’re all set to go right out of the box since Champion includes natural gas and propane hoses, plus a battery for the convenient electric start and engine oil.
You’d think operating a generator like this would be complicated, especially if you want to switch fuels, but Champion makes it easy. The EZ Start dial allows you to safely select gasoline, propane (LPG), or natural gas (NG) as your fuel source, plus a propane/natural gas selector is located on the side panel.
Having all this flexibility at your disposal is great, but not at the risk of your family’s well-being when not used properly. Portable generator safety has always been the top priority for Champion, so of course, Champion’s new Tri-Fuel Generator also includes CO Shield® technology. Champion’s CO Shield offers peace of mind with powerful protection from hazardous carbon monoxide in case a generator is not used in an appropriate area. Generators should only be operated outside in open-air environments far away from windows, doors, and vents.
The natural gas ready unit includes a 25-foot NG hose kit, which includes a female quick connect end, a female flare fitting end and an NPT male adapter so you can easily connect your generator to your home’s natural gas source.
When propane is a more convenient fuel source, simply use the supplied 6-foot propane hose with a built-in regulator to connect your generator to a propane tank. Your generator will run for up to 5 hours at 50% load when you use a 20-pound propane tank.
If running your generator off of gasoline makes the most sense for your activities, you’re good to go since the 8.5-gallon fuel tank will run for up to 12.5 hours at 50% load when it’s full.
Champion’s new natural gas ready generator with Tri-Fuel technology is one more way Champion Power Equipment is constantly working to bring you advanced, innovative features to make sure you have access to flexible, reliable power whenever you need it.