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Generators For Sale

At Pleavin Power, we host a wide range of generators for sale in the UK. Whether you are looking to purchase a generator for domestic or commercial purposes, resolve your power needs with our selection.

We offer an extensive range of power generators from leading brands; the generators that we offer include petrol generators, diesel generators, standby generators and portable generators, among many others. We also include a host of power tools and accessories, such as battery chargers. You can use all of these to assist you while out on the job.

Generator Power Ranges

With the array of generators for sale available, we are proud to be the one-stop shop for all your generator needs. We can also assist you as we supply fuel tanks that sit alongside your generator, ensuring that runtime and fuel efficiency are maximised.

With the best generator manufacturers around the world, such as Cummins, Pramac and Honda. In addition to renowned generator accessory manufacturers such as ComAp and Deep Sea Electronics, these offerings mean you can rest assured, knowing that you only obtain the best power solutions possible.

Cummins, Honda and Pramac have proven themselves to be some of the most popular generator brands available. Given that there are varying levels of power to choose from, this will allow you to find a generator that will meet your requirements.

Everything from standby generators to portable generators is needed if you need to provide power while on the go. You can rest assured that the power applications available with Pleavin Power are of the highest quality and will provide you with an unrivalled power supply source.

If you are seeking power solutions, browse our various selections and purchase the generator equipment that you need. Below, we will provide some FAQs that may assist you further.

Generator For Sale FAQs

If you are looking for a generator to provide power to your home or keep it as a spare in case of a power outage, you want to make sure that the generator you invest in provides sufficient power for your home. With this in mind, we recommend that you opt for a standby generator between 5,000 and 7,500 watts. A generator of that capacity will be more than enough to power your home. Standby generators tend to be the go-to generators for powering homes.

Ultimately, the price of generators comes down to your needs. To match your requirements, you should expect the price to reflect such needs. For instance, if you are seeking a portable generator, portable generators are fairly popular. As such, you can expect to pay up to £1000 due to the quality that makes them so popular to begin with. Alternatively, if you are seeking a standby generator, you can expect to pay much more due to its power output.

Regarding the longevity of a generator, this can essentially be measured by the condition of the unit following your purchase. With this in mind, the selection that we provide guarantees that you can see your generator(s) last anywhere between 20 and 40 years.

Granted, other circumstances relating to your existing generator can be the brand you have chosen, the type of generator that you have, as well as the size of the unit itself. Although, if you are having issues with your existing generator, we are always available for generator repairs.

The main benefit of having a generator is the ease of mind that will come with owning one. By this, we mean that if you opt for a backup generator, this will provide additional convenience should a power failure occur. This means that you will be back up and running in no time.

Granted, the above serves as the major benefit for all generators, although depending on which generator you decide to own, there are benefits in their own right. For instance, if you are looking to host outdoor events across a range of locations, go for a portable generator. Doing this will allow you to have more than sufficient for your special event.

Under no circumstances, do not run a generator out in the open during wet conditions (rain or snow for instance). Should you need to run your generator during these weather conditions, we advise that you look for a storage solution to shelter your generator; doing this will eliminate the worry of potential electrocution.

You may be wondering how a standby generator works, especially during a power outage. This is essentially the purpose of the generator. During a power outage, the engine of the standby generator will start automatically due to an alternator. This alternator will convert the energy of the engine into electrical energy, providing power to your desired location.

If you are seeking a generator for your business, we recommend that you opt for diesel generators. Diesel generators are great for commercial properties as they require much less maintenance than other generator options. It is worth noting that diesel generators do feature limited capacities concerning the fuel tanks.

The reason why generators from different generator brands differ in price compared to others on the market is attributed to the quality of the generator itself. To elaborate, the higher the quality of the components that are found within a particular generator – the price increases. In addition to the components, sometimes you may find that the warranty is much longer compared to other generators on offer.

Ultimately, the price of certain generators compared to others can be attributed to the quality of the offer itself.

There is a wide range to choose from regarding the various types of generators available. Portable generators, as the name suggests, are a great choice if you are seeking an easy way to transport your power solutions to various locations with ease.

Whereas if you require larger quantities of power at one location, you may find that a standby generator will serve you better. You can also opt for inverter generators if you require them.

On average, you can keep your standby generator operational for less than 500 hours continuously, although we recommend that you do not exceed the 500-hour mark without undergoing an assessment of your generator. With this timeframe, you can rest assured that you are getting the most out of your generator, given how long it can remain operational.