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Wheel Horse Generator

wheel horse generator
    wheel horse
  • A horse harnessed nearest the wheels of a vehicle
  • Wheel Horse was a manufacturer of outdoor and garden power equipment, including lawn and garden tractors. The company's headquarters were in South Bend, Indiana.
  • A responsible and hardworking person, esp. an experienced and conscientious member of a political party
  • a draft horse harnessed behind others and nearest the wheels of a vehicle
  • An intimate friend, one's right hand man.
  • engine that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy by electromagnetic induction
  • someone who originates or causes or initiates something; "he was the generator of several complaints"
  • A thing that generates something, in particular
  • A dynamo or similar machine for converting mechanical energy into electricity
  • An apparatus for producing gas, steam, or another product
  • an apparatus that produces a vapor or gas
wheel horse generator - Power Pro
Power Pro Technology 56405 4,050 Watt 212cc 7 HP OHV 4-Cycle Gas Powered Portable Generator With Wheel Kit
Power Pro Technology 56405 4,050 Watt 212cc 7 HP OHV 4-Cycle Gas Powered Portable Generator With Wheel Kit
Power when and where you need it. Emergency back up in the home, office or on the construction site. The Power Pro 4050 Watt Generator offers portable emergency gasoline power for those without power. However, this isn't just for emergencies, use it where an extension cord won't reach, ideal at the campground for power to your equipment or that outdoor lighting. Great on the jobsite to power your tools. This unit is designed to produce 27 AMPS of rated power so a 30 AMP multiple outlet strip can be used to distribute electricity to critical equipment and appliances. Features 7 HP OHV Engine, 3250 running watts, 2-120 Volt duplex receptacles rated at 20 AMPS and 1-120 Volt duplex receptacle rated at 30 AMPS. 10 Hours of run time at half load, low oil automatic shut down, digital hour meter, spark arrestor and a wheel kit for easy transport.

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The Bodie Power Line
The Bodie Power Line
A power pole stump on the Bodie power line, built 1892. Looking east toward Bodie. This was one of the longest power lines in the world at the time, some 12 miles, and very remote. Bodie is miles deep in the mountains in the distance. Somebody cut down all the poles and left these stumps. Now, 12 miles of poles every 100 feet means 600+ poles were carted off. I wonder where they went. --- Twelve-mile Transmission of Power by Electricity By Thomas H. Leggett Transactions of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, 1894, vol. xxiv., pages 315-339. A detailed description is given, with drawings, of the power plant erected for the Standard Consolidated Mining Company, at Bodie, California. The water-power is obtained from a mountain-stream in Sierra Nevada, 12 miles distant, which drives four 21 inches Pelton water-wheels under a pressure of 152 pounds per square inch. Each wheel is rated at 60 horse-power and travels at a speed of 860 to 870 revolutions per minute; the shaft is connected by an insulated rigid coupling to the armature of the generator. The wheels are regulated by a very ingenious Pelton differential water-governor. The single-phase synchronous system is adopted and the generator is a 120 kilowatt constant-potential, 12 poles machine. The potential of the generator under full load is 3,530 volts, but at present it is operating with about 3,390 volts. The wire is of No. 1 gauge [7.3mm], soft drawn, bare copper, weighing 252 lbs. per 1,000 feet, attached to glass insulators on Klein, leaden thread, iron pins. The two wires are 3 feet 8 inches apart, and the poles of tamarack timber, 6 inches in diameter, are placed at intervals of 100 feet; the wires are about 17 feet above the ground, which is extremely rough and uneven. It was found advisable to wrap the naked wires with $ inch sheet-elastic at the insulators, to prevent leakage occasioned by snow and ice resting on the cross arms. About 100 horse-power is transmitted and used for driving twenty 750 pounds stamps, amalgamating-pans, etc. On testing the generator and motor they were found to give an efficiency of 95'5 and 93-9 per cent. respectively. The final efficiency of the transmission from the water-wheel shaft to the motorpulley driving the mill varied from 77*7 per cent., with 20 amperes of current, to 79-2 per cent., with 25 amperes. Some difficulty was experienced through lightning and through discharges of static electricity, due to a gradual charging of the line from a highly charged atmosphere, during wind storms; but these are now to a great extent overcome. The entire cost of the plant did not exceed ?7,600, while its operation for one month alone saved ?400. Before the erection of the plant the monthly fuel bill of the 20 stamps mill, crushing and amalgamating 50 tons of ore per day, would often amount to ?400.
Rigid 2
Rigid 2
Portable Rigid Generator- BRAND NEW!!! Still in the box!! -8000 watts of power and features an electric start 14 horse power Subaru engine. It also includes wheels and a handle bar for easy portability. -New retail for this generator is over $1000. It is on sale this week for just $799.99!!!! **This item is located at our Orlando, Curry Ford Rd. location.**

wheel horse generator
wheel horse generator
All Power America APG3202 6,500 Watt 10 HP Silent Diesel Powered Generator with Electric Start & Wheel Kit
When Bubba Comes to Town! Power and grace in one unit! Wow! Wait until you read about Bubba! The All Power APG-3202 is one of those rare finds...a product so far beyond the competition in terms of special little features that we could spend an entire page just listing them, but we won't. However, because we're so excited about "Bubba" we want to let you know about some of his special features. First, Bubba comes with a 10 HP, air cooled, heavy duty diesel engine, designed and certified by one of America's leading testing labs to be one of the most durable ever tested. Second, the company wanted to make Bubba a "Quiet Giant" and so they added a special layer of sound absorbing insulation to reduce engine noise and cabin resonance to the point that, at 70 dB, the APG-3202 is one of, if not the quietest portable 6500 watt diesel generators on the market today. Next, the company understood that Bubba would be spending a lot of time outdoors and so they used stainless steel nuts, bolts, washers and even cotter pins, along with double coating the galvanized steel, to reduce the chance of rust ruining its wonderful finish. Next, the company added an avionics alternator to develop the stable electrical flow, rationalizing that consistent performance of an alternator in an airplane is a lot more crucial than one in a car. Finally, the company added a big security hook on the top of the unit so that you can run a chain through the loop to make sure that Bubba doesn't go and live at someone else's house. If that's not enough, Bubba also has a battery operated electric start system for ease and convenience, will operate about 11 hours on just five gallons of diesel fuel, has two 120V and 1 240V outlets, handles on both ends and stainless steel wheel rims. Produces 42 amps at 120 volts and 21 amps at 240 volts. Why do we call this unit Bubba? He weighs 377 pounds. What else would you call him?