Briggs & Stratton has introduced a new range of generators designed
to exceed Australian standards.
Recommended for tradesmen, hire companies and any application that
requires professional, high performance site power generation, the new Briggs
& Stratton ProMax generators come with the required grunt power to deliver
excellent performance and value.
Briggs & Stratton’s Victorian Sales Manager Grant Buck says that the
ProMax generators not only meet but also exceed the Australian Standard. The
AS2790-1989 Standard (electricity generating sets transportable [up to 25kw])
calls for a minimum rating of IP23, but the ProMax range is rated at IP66. This
allows ProMax to be sold across Australia.
ProMax generators are powered by a Briggs & Stratton premium grade
Vanguard engine ranging from 6.5 to 16.0 gross horsepower; the Vanguard engine comes
with the service assurance of Briggs & Stratton’s reliable national dealer
network including labour and parts.
Key features of Briggs & Stratton ProMax generators include heavy
duty roll-frame suitable for any worksite; automatic voltage regulator and
circuit breaker to help maintain safe and steady voltage; low oil shutdown
system to protect the engine; durable steel fuel tank with fuel gauge; Overhead
Valve (OHV) engine providing greater fuel efficiency, quieter running and
longer engine life; extra-large Quiet Genset System (QGS) muffler to reduce
noise levels for OH&S considerations; and three-year commercial warranty.
The ProMax generator range also includes EA or electric start models,
which are equipped with an electric key-start option for effortless starting.