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APElectric Offers Generac Standalone Generators With 10-Year Extended Warranty

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APElectric is offering Generac 11kW through 22kW standalone generators with a special 10-year extended warranty from January 20, 2020 through March 1, 2020.

The units have certain common features that include:

  • True Power™ Technology
  • Generac G-Force™ Engine
  • Quiet Test™ Self-Test Mode
  • Tough, Durable All-Aluminum Enclosure
  • Smart, User-Friendly Controls
  • Mobile Link™ Wi-Fi Connectivity

True Power™ Technology

This feature delivers utility-grade power quality with less than 5 percent total harmonic distortion for clean, smooth operation of sensitive electronics and appliances

Generac G-Force™ Engine

This is a purpose-built, pressure-lubricated engine that is capable of handling the rigors of generator use. The engine offers power that is more reliable and requires less routine maintenance than other competitive engines. It features hydraulic lifters to improve engine performance and extend engine life.

Quiet-Test™ Self-Test Mode

This feature assures that the generator runs at a lower RPM for a five or twelve minute text. This makes the generator quieter than other brands and consumes less fuel.

Tough, Durable All-Aluminum Enclosure

The enclosure has a RhinoCoat™ power-coated finish that assures that the aluminum enclosure remain corrosion free through all weather conditions.

Smart, User-Friendly Controls

A Generac innovation, the controller features multilingual LCD display that permits you to monitor battery status and track maintenance intervals to ensure that the generator is always in top operating condition.

Mobile Link™ Wi-Fi Connectivity

This feature allows you to monitor the status of the generator from anywhere in the world using a smartphone, tablet, or PC. It makes information including current operating status and maintenance schedule. It also connects your account to your authorized service dealer for fast, friendly and convenient assistance.

Founded in 1959, Generac unveiled the first home standby generators to the market in 1977.

All generators feature Generac OHVI engines. The engine is purpose-built to withstand the long run times you need for supplying standby power. A generator may have to operate for days during extreme weather including heat, cold, hurricane, and floods.

The company commonly offers a 5-year limited warranty. So, this promotion doubles the warranty to 10 years.

Power outages do not always occur during normal working hours. So Generac has created a customer support department that is on call 24-hours a day, seven days a week, 365-days a year.

For information on individual units contact APElectric or call 847-516-8882.

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