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4 minutes ago, Airhead said:

Gunna use to charge your electric car?

motorised scooter

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When we lived on acreage, we used a Honda backup generator, would run almost every thing in the house.

One tank of fuel last about 15 hours on Eco mode.

PC, Fridges, TV etc, etc

It got lots of use, we used to get power outs all of the time.

  

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3 minutes ago, Port 911 said:

When we lived on acreage, we used a Honda backup generator, would run almost every thing in the house.

One tank of fuel last about 15 hours on Eco mode.

PC, Fridges, TV etc, etc

It got lots of use, we used to get power outs all of the time.

  

I work from home and regularly get 8 + hour blackouts which is most inconvenient .I like the idea of this one being hooked up to the gas line.

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41 minutes ago, StevepGT3 said:

I work from home and regularly get 8 + hour blackouts which is most inconvenient .I like the idea of this one being hooked up to the gas line.

I also work from home, so needed good reliable power. Do like to idea of it being hooked up to the gas line though. Ideal if you already had gas hooked up. 

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Just now, Port 911 said:

I also work from home, so needed good reliable power. Do like to idea of it being hooked up to the gas line though. Ideal if you already had gas hooked up. 

got gas

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6 hours ago, StevepGT3 said:

Might live in the Hills, but the names not Billy

There's tons of embodied energy in timber. Really it's just solar energy in nature's battery.
All you need to access the concentric gold is a petrol powered chainsaw. 
Cheers, William

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On 06/02/2019 at 11:29, Port 911 said:

I also work from home, so needed good reliable power. Do like to idea of it being hooked up to the gas line though. Ideal if you already had gas hooked up. 

I design gas powered gensets for wellsite service power in the CSG industry. If you want to discuss this at any time PM me.  It's not as straightforward as you might think though. 

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2 hours ago, Stew F said:

 

I design gas powered gensets for wellsite service power in the CSG industry. If you want to discuss this at any time PM me.  It's not as straightforward as you might think though. 

Many things sound easy in theory , but in reality

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5 hours ago, tazzieman said:

Many things sound easy in theory , but in reality

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Maybe you can explain that to some of the dudes I work with. Everything is a 5 minute job.

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16 hours ago, tazzieman said:

Many things sound easy in theory , but in reality

 Like removing that last bolt of 12 which is rusted and now stripped that only a nuclear holocaust can remove 😡

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25 minutes ago, LeeM said:

 Like removing that last bolt of 12 which is rusted and now stripped that only a nuclear holocaust can remove 😡

We've all been there!
Except for those who open their wallet for others to suffer.
GLWB ;)

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20 hours ago, Stew F said:

 

I design gas powered gensets for wellsite service power in the CSG industry. If you want to discuss this at any time PM me.  It's not as straightforward as you might think though. 

Who are you working with? I used to work for Enerflex and may be able to help with some leads if needed

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