Powerland PD10000E gas generator is great in a time when emergency power is needed. It is a perfect for the home, providing enough power output to run several appliances including central heating and cooling systems. Contractors looking for a power source on the job site will find this unit equally as useful and its heavy duty design is sure to stand up to years of use. Rated watts: 8,000. Surge watts: 10,000.
Weight: 250 lb.
Dimensions without wheel kit: 27" x 21" x 22".
Dimensions w/ wheel & handle kit: 40" X 29" X 27.5".
Package dimensions: 31" x 27" x 32".
1 year warranty.
Posted by Sean on 10th Mar 2014
I did a lot of research before I picked this Gen from Powerland. I know this isn't a big name brand and the big name brands that are 10000w are a lot more $$$. 1st shipping was from C.A. to N.J. was a week. Not to bad and truck driver dropped it at my garage. Box is Big n Heavy! I put wheel kit n handles on in 10 mins then added oil n gas. within 15 mins I turned key n a half of crank it was running. "Boom" that simple! I put my test meter on outlets and they all read the correct voltage. I connected it on the 240v 30a to my fixture that requires 3408w to run and it ran it without a single issue. At this point I'm very happy n will update my review if any issues arise. FYI: I talked to Tec Service Department with some questions and they were very helpful.
Posted by Alexsbuddy on 10th Mar 2014
I have had my generator for approx. 3 1/2 yrs and have used it for prolonged periods on two occassions and for shorter periods of time on two other occassions. It is a real champ. Replaced the original battery today with a Genesis NP18-12B which was a perfect match except the pos and neg posts were opposite the original. No problem though, just turned the battery around. Also put a float charger (with auto shutoff) on it to keep the battery fully charged at all times. Am going to install a transfer switch this spring to facilitate a connection between the generator and the main service panel which will allow me to eliminate running an extension cord into the house to power items.