Portable Gas Champion Generators

by Editorial Staff
(U.S.A.)

If ever the situation occurred where emergency backup power was absolutely critical, portable gas powered Champion Generators are good choices therefor.


One of the reasons why portable gas generators are so vital to home-owners, travelers alike, is that they can be taken to many locations without difficulty.

This way, the generator may be employed at home, then, at a moments notice, can be 'packed-up' to a different destination.

Furthermore, as portable gas generators are primarily associated with emergency preparedness, survival forecasting, equipment should not be-a-hassle to move when the time comes.

Champion Power Equipment is exceptionally versatile, thus, addressing this concern favorably.

What's more, the diversity within the generator line itself lends well to accuracy in regards to which generator(s) are best purposed for variant tasks.



For example, portable Champion Generators start from a 'light-use' classification, and go up to a 'super-duty' line.

The latter of which contains the power equipment which is relevant to being used as home generators as well.

Over the years, since 2003 to be exact, Champion Power Equipment has manufactured a number of robust, heavy-use, portable gas generators.

One of the more popular models that we sell with regularity here is the portable Champion 41534 whole house generator.

NOTE:  As we describe the 41534 as a 'whole house generator,' we'd like to make clear that these are indeed portable gas generators, and not standby/fixed generators.

Standbys/fixed generators are those that are (generally) much larger in size, and, (always) are hard-wired into the electrical panel of an edifice.

These, by design, are not constructed to be easily moved from one place to another—standbys become 'part' of the home in the same sense that a hot-water-heater is 'attached' to a structure.

Another great thing about whole house Champion Generators is that the noise emissions of these larger models are not as disconcerting as other portable gas backup equipment.

Finally, the Champion 41534 is CARB Compliant, remote start engineered as well.

Other 'home-capable' portable Champion Generators begin with the preceding Champion 41533.

Each of the heavy models have over 7000 Watt portable generator ratings—the 41533 = 7200W; 4154 = 7500W.

Two (2) additional models follow the 4154, and, the line concludes with the impressive, electric start, CARB Compliant, Champion 41537.

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Wasn't sure if Champion Generators were right for me
by: G.T

Living in a rural area in Pennsylvania I wasn't sure if Champion Generators would be a good choice for me sine I live out in the country and don't have any gas stations close by.

Also the area I live in is electric only, so there's no natural gas providers either.

I knew that I would need a good portable gas generator once I moved out here, but didn't know which brands were best.

The reason I wasn't sure about Champion was because I hadn't really heard of them back then (2005) and didn't know what type of fuel they ran on.

Luckily, my brother was living in California at the time and said that there were a lot of people put there who had a Champion Generator or two.

He told me about the good gas consumption and that I didn't have to worry about propane or natural gas with these generators.

Just wanted to share my experience with anyone who is unfamiliar with Champion because my generator has ran perfectly for over 6 years now.

P.S. I own a Champion 41537 generator.

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