Powered by a Honda GX630 engine, this Dunlite 9.5kVA powerhouse provides continuous output of 7500 watts with a massive run time of 6.15 hours at 80% load, thanks to the long-range 34-litre fuel tank.
This generator also features two 15 Amp plugs and electric starting system. Backed by a 2-year generator warranty and national service support network, this generator won’t disappoint on the most demanding of farming tasks and commercial worksites. The Honda engine comes with 4 year warranty.
- 34 Litre fuel tank
- Genuine Honda GX630 Engine
- Roll-over steel frame for protection
- 2 year generator warranty with national service network support. 3 year Honda Engine warranty.
Optional accessories include; Earth Leakage Protection, Wheel Kit and Remote Starting.
This product is ‘Honda Australia Approved’ - meaning that the Honda engine used in an Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) product, has been engine match tested by Honda Australia, is a genuine Honda engine and meets their strict quality and operational standards, and is backed by their national service agent network. The following table outlines the new extended warranty for the different Honda engine types:
Product Category Portable Generators
Continuous Output (Watts) 7500
Max Output (kW) 7.5
Continuous Output (kW) 7.5
Phase Single Phase
Fuel Unleaded Petrol
Fuel Tank Capacity 34 L
Starting Method Electric
Outlets 2 x 15 Amp plugs
Max Output (Watts) 7500
Cont. Working Time 6.15 hrs hrs @ 80% load
Engine Honda GX630
Wheel Kit 2 Wheel Kit
Alternator Type NSM
Product Dimensions (mm) LxWxH 876 x 546 x 700 mm (L x W x H)
Net Weight (kg) 110
Engine Warranty 4 year warranty
Engine Warranty 3 year Engine Warranty
NOTE Product specifications provided by Manufacturer. This is a portable air-cooled petrol generator designed for short term/standby applications - for pri
Noise @ 7m 75 dBA
Hi, there are two generators listed, one is a Gentech, one is a Dunlite - They look similar, but slightly different pricing. What is the difference in the generators? Regards, Neville
Hi Neville, great question. Dunlite & Gentech are both built / distributed by an Australian company called Welling & Crossley. They have been Australian owned and operated since 1926, and are recognised as an Australian leader in the manufacture and supply of petrol & diesel power equipment and generating sets for industrial, commercial and domestic applications.
Welling & Crossley's range of portable generators has always been Gentech. Then around 20 years ago, they acquired a similar portable generator brand in Dunlite. Each brand has excellent recognition throughout Australia. So both brands now come out of the same Welling & Crossley factory and so the models are not just similar, but the same – either branded ‘Gentech’ or ‘Dunlite’.
In the instance where the price is slightly different, this just relates to stock levels and availability of that particular model. In any case, there are Dunlite/Gentech portable petrol generators from around 2kVA to 16kVA in size, mostly powered by genuine Honda engines and are the trusted option for tradesmen, farmers, industrial applications, domestic requirements, small businesses and much more... similarly, the Dunlite/Gentech diesel portable generator models up to around 9kVA in size are powered by the likes of Lister Petter and Kohler engines and used for all matter of commercial, industrial and rural power requirements.
All Gentech/Dunlite products are backed by comprehensive warranties from the manufacturer (Welling & Crossley) and come with national service agent and spare parts support. Thanks.
How is it that this generator has 15Amp outlets, but the generator's power rating is greater than 15Amps? (as 15Amps equates to 3600watts on a 240Volt appliance). Presumably you can get more than 15Amps out of the outlets then?
Yes, that is correct. A 15 Amp outlet can deliver more power than 15 Amps for a short period, as there is no circuit breaker fitted to the generator as standard. You can briefly pull the full rated power amount of the generator (continuous and maximum) through the 15 Amp outlet.. noting that this is only for a short time - i.e. when you are first starting up an appliance such as a comprossor, drop saw, air conditioner etc. it may draw around 30 Amps (as an example) to start up, and then drop back down to 10 Amps to keep running.
However, if your appliance draws more than 15 Amps continuously, it is not recommended you run it for prolonged periods from a 15 Amp outlet, as it is likely to result in overheating issues. It may be prudent to consider re-fitting the outlets to a larger size to fit your continuous power requirement (i.e. 20 Amp, or 32 Amp outlet for example) - this can be configured upon request at extra cost. Thank you.
Can I use this generator to charge my power tool batteries?
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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