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Champion Tri Fuel Generator 8,000 Watt

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Champion Tri Fuel Generator 8,000 Watt

About This Champion Tri Fuel Generator (100416)

8000-watt portable generator operates on natural gas, propane, or gasoline, plus natural gas and propane hoses are included so the unit is ready to run on any fuel right out of the box.
  • Power up the 459cc Champion engine with the handy rocker switch, battery included
  • Track voltage, frequency, session run time, and total run time to monitor output and track maintenance intervals, plus the UL-recognized sensor uses an LED to indicate CO shutoff or fault
  • Gasoline: 10,000 starting watts and 8000 running watts
  • Propane: 9000 starting watts and 7200 running watts
  • Natural Gas: 8750 starting watts and 7000 running watts
  • Engine oil is included
  • Includes 3-year limited warranty with FREE lifetime technical support from dedicated experts

Champion Power Equipment (100416) 8000-Watt – Champion Tri Fuel Generator

The Champion Power Equipment 100416 8000-Watt Tri-Fuel Portable Natural Gas Ready Generator with CO Shield is a reliable source of power with the flexibility you need. The ability to operate your generator on three types of fuel out of the box makes this one of the most versatile generators on the market.

The electric start includes a battery, plus Cold Start Technology ensures quick cold-weather starts. Buy this EPA certified and CARB compliant generator with confidence – Champion Support and nationwide network of service centers will back up your purchase with a 3-year limited warranty and FREE lifetime technical support.

CO Shield technology monitors the accumulation of carbon monoxide (CO), a poisonous gas produced by engine exhaust when the generator is running. If CO Shield detects unsafe elevated levels of CO gas, it automatically shuts off the engine. CO Shield is not a substitute for an indoor carbon monoxide alarm or for safe operation.

DO NOT allow engine exhaust fumes to enter a confined area through windows, doors, vents or other openings. Generators must ALWAYS be used outdoors, far away from occupied buildings with engine exhaust pointed away from people and buildings. Meets the requirements of ANSI/PGMA G300-2018.

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  1. Is this Champion generator the same as the Firman tri fuel generator? Been looking for a good tri fuel portable generator but still dont know which one to buy.

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