WHAT IS A GENERATOR?
Generators are very useful appliances that supply electrical power during a power outage and prevent the discontinuation of activities that happen daily or disruption of business operations. Generators are available in different electrical and physical configurations for use in different applications.
HOW DOES A GENERATOR WORK?
It is of utmost importance to acknowledge and understand that a generator does NOT actually ‘create’ electrical energy. Instead, it uses the mechanical energy supplied to it to force the movement of electric charges present in the wire of its windings through an external electric circuit. This theory can be understood by considering the generator to be similar to a water pump - it causes the flow of water but does not actually ‘create’ the water flowing through it.
WHAT TYPE OF FUEL DOES A GENERATOR WORK ON?
Generators operate on a variety of fuels such as diesel, gasoline, propane or natural gas. Smaller engines usually operate on gasoline while larger engines run on diesel and so forth. Certain engines can also operate on a dual feed of both diesel and gas.
We at Buyfast sell generators that operate on gasoline (petrol), therefore making it easier for you to obtain, thus making your life a whole lot better. It’s a pleasure!
ADVANTAGES OF USING A GENERATOR
- Generators are reasonably safe as long as the safety precautions are met and no misuse takes place.
- When you have a small baby that needs her bottle in the middle of a blackout your generator will allow you to boil water, switch on your kettle and make baby his/her bottle.
- As long as the generators maintenance is kept up to date you may be rest assured that your generator will not fail you.
- Not all generators cost an arm and a leg. Buyfast has generators for sale that are reasonably priced.
Taking the above mentioned benefits associated with generators into consideration it is high time we all invest in a generator to call our very own. Buy yours NOW for a very low price, from just R1400. FREE DELIVERY ACROSS SOUTH AFRICA.