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Briggs & Stratton Portable Generators

Briggs & Stratton Generators

Briggs & Stratton Portable Generators

Known for their reliability and power, a Briggs & Stratton engine is the force behind each of these generators. From 1,600-watt inverters for camping to 10,000-watt generators for backup power, these models will take over when you don't have power.

Common Features and Benefits

Briggs & Stratton OHV Engine: Provides long life, high performance and great fuel efficiency.

Multi-Featured Control Panel: Includes household and locking outlets with circuit breaker protection.

Power Surge Alternator: Produces up to 25% more surge wattage to start large, motor-driven appliances and tools simultaneously.

Large, Durable T-Handle and Never Go Flat Wheels: Provide easy mobility over rough terrain, so you don't have to lug it around when the power goes out.

Rubber Outlet Covers and Hour Meter: Keep outlets clean and protected and lets you track usage for maintenance (hour meter not available on item #33184).

Product Specifications

1,600-Watt Portable Inverter Generator - #33148

1,600 Watts/2,000 Starting Watts: Ideal for recreational use.

One-Gallon Fuel Tank: Runs at 6-1/2 hours at 25% load.

Outlets: Two 120V household and one 12V DC accessory/battery charging outlet.

Quiet, Lightweight: Up to 38% quieter and 45% lighter than the traditional camping generators.

 

Storm Responder Portable Generator - #33131

6,250 Watts/8,500 Starting Watts: Ideal for home emergency backup.

Digital Stat Station: Features wattage monitor you know how much generator power is being used. Also offers a maintenance reminder for consistent maintenance intervals like changing the oil, spark plus or air filter.

7.5-Gallon Fuel Tank: Provides up to an 11-hour run time at 50% load.

Outlets: Four 120V, 20A household and one 120V/240V, 30A locking.

25' Generator Cord: Provides extended reach.

 

3,500-Watt Portable Generator - #33184

3,500 Watts/4,375 Starting Watts: Ideal for small tools and appliances.

Four-Gallon Fuel Tank with Fuel Gauge: Provides up to an eight-hour run time at 50% load.

Outlets: Two 120V household and one 120V/240V, 20A locking.

 

5,000-Watt Portable Generator - #33147

5,000 Watts/6,250 Starting Watts: Powerful enough for home backup power.

Five-Gallon Fuel Tank with Fuel Gauge: Provides up to a 10-hour run time at 50% load.

Outlets: Four 120V, 20A household and one 120V/240V, 30A locking.

25' Generator Cord: Provides extended reach.

 

7,000-Watt Elite Series Portable Generator - #33183

7,000 Watts/8,750 Starting Watts: Ideal for home power backup.

Seven-Gallon Fuel Tank with Fuel Gauge: Provides up to a nine-hour run time at 50% load.

Outlets: Four 120V, 20A household and one 120V/240V, 30A locking.

Key Electric Start and Remote Engine Choke: Fast, effortless starting.


Ask An Expert

What size generator should I get?

It depends on what you want to power. Running (or rated) watts are the continuous watts needed to keep items running. Starting watts are the extra watts needed for two to three seconds to start motor-drive products like a refrigerator; this is the maximum wattage the generator can produce.

To determine wattage requirements, you should:

  • Select the items you wish to power at the same time.
  • List the running watts and additional starting watt requirements for each item.
  • Add the RUNNING WATTS of all the items you wish to power. You���ll need a generator that produces at least this many RUNNING WATTS.
  • Select the ONE ITEM with the highest number of additional starting watts. Then, they���ll take this ONE NUMBER and add it to their TOTAL RUNNING WATTS. You���ll need a generator that produces at least this many STARTING WATTS.