The modern home revolves around electric power. Without it, there can be no smart home devices, no streaming video, no chilled iced tea. It takes just four hours for refrigerated food to spoil, so a 24-hour outage can become more expensive than you might expect. That’s not the worst of the risks, though. Accidental deaths rise by 122% during blackouts. Light, it turns out, is a life-saver. If you’re a business, it’s also a profit-maker. A generator ensures that blackouts keep you up and running, and Briggs & Stratton offers some of the best products on the market today. Aaron’s Electrical Service is proud to include this brand in our product line.
Briggs & Stratton specializes in small motors, so you can always trust the power behind its generators. As a Fortune 1000 manufacturer, it’s held onto its reputation by designing reliable, affordable technology. Its residential generators are tough enough to survive the worst Mother Nature has to throw at them, and they achieve it silently.
If you don’t tolerate noisy engines well, the manufacturer produces a range of inverters for small homes. This product line manages a minimum of 6, 500 starting watts and a runtime of up to 16 hours. That’s a lot of power to pack into an inverter. We repair and install four inverter series:
- The P2200 and P2400 PowerSmart Series offers eight hours of runtime at 1,700/1,800 running watts.
- The P300 suits midrange clients at 3,000 starting watts and 10 hours’ running time.
- At the top of the market lies the P4500, at 16 hours of running time and 3,700 starting watts.
- The Q6500 is as silent as a whisper. It achieves 6,500 starting watts and a slightly reduced 14 hours of run time.
Petrol generators are low-load, portable products that are ideal for job sites and gardening. Briggs & Stratton’s product line includes the tough ProMax 9000EA — a rough-and-ready engine with 9,000 starting watts and six minutes of run time. If you need more longevity, the Elite 8500EA will give you a full day’s power in a portable workstation.
Standby generators are perfect for residential use. They’ll keep your lights on automatically, so you’ll barely notice those rolling blackouts. Briggs & Stratton’s standby range is as beautiful as it is functional. Each product is housed in a slick, compact enclosure and offers six to 14 kWs. Briggs is also famous for its PowerSmart Series, which is delicate enough for your sensitive CPUs and electronics.
Briggs & Stratton rides the cusp of the commercial market, never quite dipping its toe into its waters. It manufactures an impressive collection of light generators for small commercial purposes. They won’t keep your production line running, but they’re certainly up to the challenge of office and retail blackouts. Let’s take a closer look.
- The natural gas standby products manage between 100kW and 200kW. Natural gas uses cheap fuel and won’t destroy your air quality. You’ll breathe easy with its light maintenance needs.
- Liquid Propane Vapor maintains air purity just as well. Briggs has two such standby generators at 125kW and 80kW.
- The liquid-cooled generators are the top of the line. They’re powerful enough for large businesses and even larger homes.
- If you need a powerhouse product, the 60kW standby generator is designed to cope with the extreme needs of high-tech businesses and homes.
Briggs & Stratton’s impressive warranty periods and rough-and-tumble approach to motor design emphasizes one core trait: quality. That’s why Aaron’s Electrical Service is always confident when we repair or install one. Call us for more information at 832-702-4263.