Briggs & Stratton Introduces New Light Commercial Standby Generators

Briggs & Stratton is expanding its line of standby generators to include high-quality, durable and reliable units ranging in power from 80kW1 to 200kW1—perfect for light commercial and large residential usage.

When you don’t need to power a city but want to be sure your business can withstand a power outage, a 80kW1 – 200kW1 standby generator could be your perfect solution. Make sure the lights stay on, the heat or AC is working and never disappoint your customers with an unexpected closing. Avoid lost profit and damaged product because of a power outages with Briggs & Stratton Standby Power.

The new standby generators are designed to weather the elements. Built on rugged seven-gauge steel bases and protected by enclosures made from galvannealed steel, the 80kW1, 100kW1, 150kW1 and 200kW1 units will withstand years of outdoor wear and tear. Add to that an automotive-grade powder coat paint applied to the units with a special process and you have even more protection against chips and abrasions.

The new standby generators run on 1800-RPM industrial-grade PSI engines2 that are EPA certified. Units include high-performance alternators and sound attenuated enclosures for reduced noise output. Additionally, Briggs & Stratton has included block heaters as standard equipment on all units to ensure quick starting — even during power outages caused by winter storms and ice.

All of the new 80kW1 – 200kW1 standby generators are backed by the industry-leading three-year limited warranty2. You can find the generators at any of the more than 2,500 certified Briggs & Stratton dealers nationwide. Visit www.briggandstratton.com to find the dealer nearest you for information and installation.

1 This generator is rated in accordance with UL (Underwriters Laboratories) 2200 (stationary engine generator assemblies) and CSA (Canadian Standards Association) standard C22.2 No. 100-14 (motors and generators).

2 Warranty details available at briggsandstratton.com.

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