We Have Industrial Generators For Every Job. Come And See Us At Junction Tools
The application for generators is endless. They are used for worksite, trade and construction purposes, and as backup power or primary power for small and large business.
Different industries have unique power needs, so it’s essential to find a generator that can provide enough power for the task at hand. There are many factors to consider when you are planning to purchase a generator such as cost, size and power capacity.
That’s why we source a range of options, including portable, robust generators that can be easily moved and are suitable for intensive use.
At Junction Tool Supplies we have an extensive range of high-quality industrial generators and commercial generators for sale which are suited to Australia’s tough conditions.
Suitable for a variety of heavy-duty applications, our industrial generator range will provide a reliable source of power to keep your business running.
Our Range of Industrial Generators Include
Portable Generators – These generators range from smaller units that are used to power essential appliances in the home or for camping to larger commercial or industrial generators that can be placed on a trailer and taken to worksites. Portable generators usually use gasoline, diesel or natural gas.
Inverter Generators – Inverter generators provide clean, quiet power for recreation, work, or emergencies. These portable units are perfect for sensitive electronics and are the most popular type of generator for recreational uses and domestic back up requirements to run fridges and lights. Inverter generators are the most lightweight and quietest generators available.
Standby Generators – These are larger than portable units and are available for both residential, commercial and industrial applications. Standby generators connect to homes or buildings directly to detect a power outage and automatically turn on seconds after the interruption occurs. They are essential in keeping equipment and machinery running. Standby generator types are usually powered by natural gas, diesel, or LPG.
Industrial Generators – Industrial units tend to be diesel engine generators and offer heavy duty performance.
Generator accessories – These include covers, wheel kits, transport carts.
Contact Us For your Industrial Generator Today
When you want a generator to deliver large amounts of power output to your business for long periods or a small unit to power appliances in your home, reliability is number one on your list.
But with so many options, knowing where to start your search can be overwhelming. That’s where we come in. Our team of experienced professionals are dedicated to understanding your situation and finding the perfect generator solution for your industry’s special requirements.
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or need some help – we’ll ensure you have the right generator success to keep your equipment and machinery powered up.
It is very important to choose the right sized generator for your needs. If you choose a generator that is too small, you will not be able to run heavy duty items such as fridges or effectively run essential appliances during a power outage. You also may overload the generator which may lead to a breakdown as well as damage to the appliances that are using its power.
The size of your generator depends on the number and type of electrical appliances you plan to run as well as the startup wattage of your appliances.
The different types of power generation come from these external sources:
|Gasoline||Typically used for short periods|
|Diesel||Most popular fuel for industrial generators|
|Natural gas||Generators rely on underground access to natural gas; more environmentally friendly than gasoline or diesel|
|LPG||Another greener alternative to diesel and gasoline; often the choice for fuel when natural gas isn’t an option|
Other external sources include wind, solar, hydro (water), coal and nuclear energy, which are mostly used by generators in power plants to harness power for the grid and hydrogen, typically used in laboratories. Homes, businesses, medical centers and hospitals tend to rely on diesel, gasoline or natural gas to convert to electricity.