At Power Trust we source and supply gas, petrol, and diesel generators from the most genuine manufacturers across the globe. These generators are mainly used as a power backup solution in cases of power outages from the main grid.
Gas generators provide electricity by running a gas-powered engine that turns an on-board alternator to generate electrical power. Power outlets on the unit allow you to plug extension cords, electric-powered tools, and appliances into it.
The petrol generators use petrol engines to convert the chemical energy of petrol into mechanical energy. The mechanical energy from the engine is then used to power a moving component known as a rotor, which in turn generates a moving magnetic field around a stationary component known as stator. This process induces a voltage difference between the winding of the stators, thus producing electricity.
Diesel generators combine a diesel engine with an electric alternator to generate electrical energy. This is a specific case of engine-alternator and proper sizing of diesel generators is critical to avoid low-load or a shortage of power.