Brand new diesel generators with John Deere, Kohler and Perkins engines for 10kW to 40kW power generation

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A power interruption is a major issue for anybody, from a personal application to a business or enterprise setting. Be prepared for the situation beforehand with one of our diesel generators from 10-40 kW.
Our generators include an extensive range of standard features like:

  • Powered exclusively by premium John Deere, Kohler and Perkins engines with worldwide warranty and support
  • Digital advanced controllers from Deep Sea Electronics
  • Open skid units as well as weather-proof models with Level 1 and Level 2 sound attenuation
  • World-class alternators from Stamford and Leroy Somer, the largest generator-end manufacturers in the world

To meet your specific application, our units can be fully customized to match your exact needs:

  • Steel -or- Marine-grade Aluminum enclosures
  • Single-walled -or- Double-Walled UL listed fuel tanks ranging from 50 to 5,000 gallons
  • EPA-compliant (CARB Tier 4 Final, Tier 4i TPEM FLEX, Tier 3 TPEM FLEX, and Stationary Emergency) as well as Export-only models.
  • Stationary (skid-mounted) or mobile (trailer-mounted) options

GENPOWERUSA 10 kw to 40 kW diesel generators are 100% designed, engineered, and assembled in the U.S.
With over 4 decades of combined industry experience, we guarantee our expertise across a wide range of markets in both North and South America. Based in Miami, Florida we are committed to using 100% genuine components, 100% of the time.

Reach out to get in contact with one of our sales specialist to review your application needs and how we can be the solution to your power generation needs.

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How much does a 40 kw generator weigh?

On average, 40 kW generators weigh around 1,550 pounds making them sturdy machines in the event of a severe storm. Many of these generators also come with housings specifically designed to withstand high-speed winds.

How much fuel will a 40 kw generator use?

The answer to this question really depends on how much you plan to use your 40 kW generator. You can generally expect a 40 kW generator to burn about 4 gallons of fuel per hour at peak load. Meaning, if you ran your 40 kW generator at peak load for the length of a typical 8 hour work day, you would burn about 38 gallons of fuel.