Generac Generators for Stand Alone Power

Generac Generators for Stand Alone Power

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Generac generators are stand-alone and can give you the peace of mind you need whether you are a home or business owner.

 

The company Generac was founded back in 1959, and started to produce portable generators for the Sears and Roebuck Company under the brand name of Craftsman. In the middle of the 1970’s, they expanded into the recreational and portable vehicle markets while entering the industrial and commercial markets in the 1980’s with backup power generators.

 

Towards the tail end of the 1980’s Generac was manufacturing commercial, residential, and industrial generators, and in the year 1989, the first gaseous-fueled standby automatic home system was born.

 

Today, Generac manufactures bi-fuel engine-driven power generation equipment, diesel-fueled and gaseous-fueled generators. They also manufacturer modular paralleling systems, small engines, and automatic transfer switches.

 

Generac supplies products to the RV generator, portable, commercial and industrial markets as well distributing through several electrical service distributors such as Lloyd’s Electric Service in Knoxville.

 

In December of 2009, Generac introduced the Genera Industrial Power, a rebranding of the industrial products division, which now includes new enclosures, new engines, ergonomic changes, as well as aesthetic changes.

 

Lloyd’s Electric Service in the Great Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee is a proud distributor of Generac generators for the industrial, commercial, and residential sectors. Generac is the best selling home backup generator and is preferred by seven out of ten homeowners looking to purchase a home backup power system.

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