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Pramac Honda 7.2kVA Petrol AVR Generator

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Pramac 7.2kVA Petrol AVR Generator, Recoil Start, powered by Honda, 1 Year Warranty

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 FREE WHEEL & HANDLE KIT with the Pramac Honda 7.2kVA Petrol AVR Generator 

For a limited time, while stocks last, this Pramac Generator comes with a Free Wheel & Handle Kit! (RRP $199)

 Wheel & Handle Kit

Pramac, Honda Powered 7.2kVA AVR Petrol Generator. The ES8000 with a 3 Year Honda Australia Engine Warranty matches easy-use features and first-class components with the legendary Honda reliability to satisfy your portable power needs.

The generator is powered by a reliable Honda GX390 air-cooled engine with recoil start providing a continuous output of 5500 watts.

The hardy design also features a long-run 11L fuel tank. Fitted with Automatic Voltage Regulation is fitted to provide stable power safe for your appliances. 

Popular for home and small business backup when mains power fails, often using the generator in conjuction with the Pramac Manual Transfer Switch (see accessories list and accessory info label below) to provide backup to your house mains switchboard.   

Three Year Honda Engine Warranty and Twelve Month Generator Warranty, Pramac products are backed by a national service network, meaning you can be confident you’ll always have power when the lights go out.

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Pramac 7.2kVA Petrol AVR Generator, Recoil Start, powered by Honda, 1 Year Warranty

SKU ES8000
GTIN (Global Trade Item Number) 8018539059576
Brands Pramac
kVA 7.2 kVA
Max Output (kW) 6.4
Continuous Output (kW) 5.5
Max Output (Watts) 6400
Continuous Output (Watts) 5500
Frequency 50Hz
Voltage 230V
Engine Honda GX390
Engine Speed 3000rpm
Displacement 389cc
Starting Method Recoil
Fuel Tank Capacity 11L
Cont. Working Time 5.1h at 75% load
Fuel Petrol
Noise @ 7m 69db
Outlets 2 x 15A 1ph Australian Retail outlets
Product Dimensions (mm) LxWxH 729x500x536mm
Net Weight (kg) 73.0 Kg
Engine Warranty 3 Year Honda Australia Engine Warranty
NOTE Product specifications provided by Manufacturer. This is a portable air-cooled petrol generator designed for short term/standby applications - for prime/continuous power, a stationary water-cooled diesel generator is recommended.

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  • Q:Does the pramac 7.2kva petrol generator @$1,699 have electronic ignition?

    Hi there - No, the Pramac ES8000 is recoil start only and does not come with electric start. If you need this type of starting configuration, you would need to look at the Pramac S8000 which can also be optioned with wireless remote starting. Thanks!

  • Q:For the wheel kit that goes with this Pramac generator: is it already fixed on the generator, or does it come separately and therefore I would assemble it to the generator?

    Hi there, for this Pramac generator, the wheel & handle kit comes separately, with easy instructions for fitting to your generator unit.

    For some other larger generators we stock, wheel kits are fixed in our workshop prior to dispatch.

  • Q:What engine oil should I use with this Generator?

    Hi - the generator requires standard engine oil;  either 10W-30 or 10W-40.

    This is available from any local service station. Many thanks 

  • Q:Hi there, I’m just wondering if a domestic electrician can wire this ES8000 into our mains board for an automatic back up for our house. Thanks in advance. Andrew

    Hi There

    This generator does not have automatic start capabilities.

    You would require a generator that is paired with an Automatic Mains Failure panel.

  • Q:the voltage output of this generator unit indicates it is 230Vac. Is this correct or is it actually 240Vac?

    Hi There,

    The specifications are correct. This generator outputs 230VAC which is the nominal voltage standard in Australia.

  • Q:Along with running fridges, water pumps, lights etc, is this generator also fine to power up wifi, tv, charge laptops / phones etc?

    Hi, this generator is fitted with an AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulator), meaning it reduces the voltage fluctuation to +/- 2.5%, making it suitable to run all your domestic appliances, including the items you have listed. The Yamaha EF7200E is our most popular model for household backup power and other models in that 6to 9kVA range fitted with AVR from the likes of DeWalt and Pramac are also very good. Many thanks

  • Q:I'm considering this generator for home backup. How much is it to get an electrician to fit a transfer switch to my home so this generator can power (part) of my house during a blackout?

    Hi Anthony, great question. You've certainly identified a popular generator model for home backup power. In terms of cost for an electrician to install a transfer switch to your home, the short answer is; it depends. Not every home install is identical in terms of works required, switch configurations etc. 

    However, to give you an idea, click HERE for a video from a My Generator customer who had a local electrician install a transfer switch to enable the power supply to their house to be transferred to a portable generator when there is a mains blackout. You can see from the video that the transfer switch install cost was around $600. We would suggest this is a pretty good price, and perhaps indicative of a straightforward install job. We have heard of higher install costs than this for other jobs, usually requiring more configuration works.

    My advice would be to get a quote from your local electrician. They can also help advise what size generator best fits your particular home backup requirements. Many thanks!     

  • Q:Can I use this generator to charge my power tool batteries?

    Hi there,

    Charging battery packs is fine from a conventional generator, we'd recommend having a steady load on the generator and don't connect appliances that will cause the load to jump around during charging.




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