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Customer reviews for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start

10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start

The Powerland Tri-Fuel gas generator is great in a time when emergency power is needed. It is perfect for the home, providing enough power output to run several appliances including central heating and cooling systems. Contractors looking for a power source on the job site will find this unit equally as useful and its heavy duty design is sure to stand up to years of use. Rated Watts: 8,000 / Surge Watts: 10,000. Runs on propane, natural gas and gasoline. No mechanical alterations are necessary - simply change your fuel source. Main features:Tri-Fuel: Gasoline, LPG (propane), NG (Natural Gas).Super easy to switch between gasoline, natural gas and propane fuel.Durable 16 HP, air cooled OHV engine w/ low oil shutoff and electric start.Heavy duty steel frame with four point fully isolated motor mounts for smooth and quiet operation.Full power panel with oil warning light, key start switch, Volt meter, circuit breaker and power outlets.Wheel kit with front handle for easy transporting.Super reliable solid rubber tires.Low oil shut-off protects engine.Super quiet muffler reduces engine noise.Idle control holds rpm at a constant level even under heavy loads for fuel savings and noise reduction.EPA & CARB approved with Spark Arrestor.Low pressure regulator installed.LPG and NG gas hose connectors installed for easy connection to standard LPG hose and NG hose.
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96%of customersrecommend this product23 of 24reviews
Rating Breakdown 26 reviews
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96%of customersrecommend this product23 of 24reviews
Customer reviews for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
Review 1 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from Columbia, SC, USA
Age Range:45 to 54
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:Professional

This Generator will suit our needs very well.

PostedApril 13, 2014
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5 out of 5
We have four Parrots. Two Blue and Gold Macaws and two smaller Quakers. After a winter power outage, our bids got too cold. Out of fear for their health, we decided to get a portable generator. After some research and surviving Hugo on the coast of SC, I wanted a unit that could be powered by propane as it can be stored for long periods. Gasoline can not. In a large power outage, gasoline may not be available. This unit will nearly run out entire house. Use a good quality pipe dope to seal up the large reducer and cap if you are only going to power the unit with Gasoline or Propane. Pipe tape will leak. I had the unit assembled and running in about an hour. I used the choke and started it off Propane. It started after turning over about 4 times. I had a small issue during assembly and contacted Powerland by E-mail on a Sunday afternoon. I received a phone call from them on that Monday. We discussed the problem and a replacement part was shipped out. Ten minutes to replace the part and the unit is now 100%. Several plugs are included with the unit as well as a 12v plug suitable for charging batteries. We feel better now knowing that our birds will be kept warm in a winter power outage and our food will be kept safe in the event of a summer power outage. An added benefit, our local propane provider told me he would give me my replacement propane in the event of a major outage If I brought the Generator with me to power his equipment and get my tanks refilled and let him refill a few others for customers.
Pros: Easy to Use, All In One
Cons: none yet
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+12points
12out of 12found this review helpful.
Review 2 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from Pennsylvania, USA
Age Range:55 to 64
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

Great Product, Accessories and Manual not dso Great

PostedJanuary 24, 2014
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The generator works great. The manual did not describe the wheel installation well. The attachment of the ground cable was not clear. The 30 amp 240 VAC plug was inferior, as the one terminal screw stripped out with very little torque applied.
Pros: Easy to Use, Sturdy
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+11points
11out of 11found this review helpful.
Review 3 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from 61008
Age Range:45 to 54
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

10,000 peak watt tri fuel generator

PostedJanuary 7, 2014
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4.0 out of 5.0
4 out of 5
I ordered the unit on HomeDepot online and it arrived for in store for pick up. This is convenient because I my not be home for a home delivery and I can pick up at my convenience. I took it home and assembled the unit. It was straight forward wheels and handles. The one thing you have to make sure to hook up correctly is the ground wire from the battery. I've read older posts where guys couldn't get the battery start to work for them and I think its because they didn't secure the ground cable to the bolt above the pull start on generator housing. They put a convenient red arrow sticker next to it so its easy to find. I added oil and set the proper switches for 120v output. Hit the starter button and it fired right up. I let it warm up a bit and started plugging in appliances for testing. All worked well. I then used the fuel saver feature where it kicks up or down the engine speed based on power demand.No demand and the idle drops to a low rpm almost to the point where it sounds like its going to cut out. I would suggest making sure the unit is warmed up before using this feature.
My goal with this unit is to run it off my natural gas main to the house if the power goes out. This will give me an endless supply of fuel for extended outages. I'm having a cert. plumber install a 3/4 quick disconnect fitting on the main feed into the house. I having an electrican add a quick disconnect 50 amp inlet box and tranfer switch to the house. If power goes out I flip transfer switch, plug in gas and electric let the unit warm up and the plug in the generator for whole house power. Total investment of around $2200 which is a lot cheaper that a whole house generator installed and that only gets use when the power goes out. I now have a 10,000 generator for power outages and for camping with my RV. I'll get my money back in camping use alone! Its also a good selling point for my house having it wired for back up power. The generator has lots of features for multiple uses 120V/240V etc. It claims to be computer safe < 5% distortion. I haven't tested that yet and am a little worried about that claim. To be safe my expensive stuff I will run through surge/backpower units until I can check out the output distortion. The unit is not excessively loud and gets even quieter in fuel saver mode. I have more testing to do with the unit but so far I'm happy with it and all the features.
According to the manufacture you can only run 12 hours straight and then have to cool down 2 hours. So keep that in mind for extended outages.
Pros: Easy to Use, All In One, Strong, tri-fuel
Cons: can only run 12 hour and then have to cool down, not made in america
+35points
35out of 35found this review helpful.
Review 4 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from New Orleans, LA, USA
Age Range:45 to 54
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

Powerland tri fuel generator

PostedApril 28, 2013
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I found this generator ran great on gas and propane, not so great at first on NG.Was using a 3/8 gas hose at first and the motor seem to starve for fuel. Change to 1/2 hose and it ran much better. Don't try to start on NG, you will kill the battery and want to pull you hair out. The best way is to start on gas, once the motor warms up turn the gas valve off, as the motor starts to starve slowly turn the NG valve on. Remember to have the choke completely open.
Pros: Easy to Use, Nice Design
Cons: Too Heavy, Short Battery Life
+41points
41out of 41found this review helpful.
Review 5 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from Eastern Hurricane Coast of the US
Age Range:35 to 44
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

Very reliable machine

PostedApril 15, 2014
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Bought our after Irene. the following season another hurricane took out our power for 11 days.. Ran the genny 11 days straight on propane with only 2 shut downs to change the oil and filter (NOT necessary but I'm a maintenance stickler.)
The instructions were a little weird, like translated INTO English. But for a Chinese made machine I have to say the Chinese impressed us.
We've purchased 2 more of these for family members since.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, All In One, Sturdy, Strong
+4points
4out of 4found this review helpful.
Review 6 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from Simsbury, CT, USA
Age Range:55 to 64
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:Professional

Tri Fuel

PostedMarch 5, 2013
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4 out of 5
The first deficiency to overcome was adding the wheel kit which came without instructions. The next wrinkle was that there was no propane gas hose with the generator, so it could only run on gasoline as delivered. A propane hose for this unit was not available at HD or hardware stores. I found someone to make one for me.
When I started this unit up it seemed fuel starved and ran rough on propane, but it ran fine on gasoline. The propane /natural gas valve was in the right position for propane but wouldn't idle up until I moved the valve toward the natural gas setting. When I reached the natural gas setting it starved again. I moved it back toward the propane setting and half way there it idled up. I was prepared to leave it half way in between but moved it fully to propane when something must have cleared from the valve. Now it's fine.
Also check any hose clamps on the propane supplies as I found some loose.
Cons: didn't run well at first
+31points
31out of 31found this review helpful.
Review 7 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from New Jersey, USA
Age Range:35 to 44
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

this unit is a good all around power source during an emergency while maintaining portability.

PostedApril 11, 2013
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5 out of 5
I live in N.J. which was hit hard by hurricane Sandy. The majority of the state was without power. I had a smaller and hard to start undersized generator that we had to rely on. Getting gasoline was a major problem, since gas stations were without power also. We were without power for over a week. I decided then that I needed to expand my alternatives. I purchased this generator because of the multi-fuel option. Propane was redily available anywhere you could exchange gas grill tanks. Propane conversion kits are available for most generators. But for the price of a ordinary generator plus a couple hundred bucks for the conversion kit seemed pointless when you need to consider the time it takes to install it too. This generator has twice the power as my old one, and needs no modification right out of the box. Its a no brainier! I am very happy with my purchase. Have already used it a couple times. Runs like a champ. No more worrying about not being able to get gas. I have multiple options. This is a good purchase for money. More than enough power For most situations, but still portable enough to use anywhere. Not like a stationary stand-by generator. I would recommend this to anyone.
Pros: Easy to Use, Nice Design
Cons: the battery for the electric start was underchargd
+26points
26out of 26found this review helpful.
Review 8 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from New York, NY, USA
Age Range:45 to 54
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

Has NG restrictions otherwise nice unit

PostedFebruary 16, 2013
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If Hooking up to natural gas, there are restrictions. Manufacturer says you need 12-14" of Water column or 1/2 to 1 psi. Will need to verify before purchasing. Otherwise Has all the features except: Remote Start and hr meter. Well built machine. Hope this helps you
Pros: great features for the $
Cons: check your ng gas supply
+27points
27out of 27found this review helpful.
Review 9 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from NJ

Tri Fuel Generator

PostedFebruary 26, 2013
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I have had a gasoline powered generator since the early 90's due to frequent power outages. During Hurricane Sandy hit NJ I had my hands full keeping my generator fueled with gasoline. Long lines at every gas station. I was so happy to receive delivery of my new tri-power unit. I ran the gas line and set it up. Started on the first shot! I have since exercised it several times. No problem ever. No more humping gas cans to and from the gas station!
Pros: Easy to Use, Lots of Features, Nice Design, Easy Installation
+15points
15out of 15found this review helpful.
Review 10 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from southern nevada
Age Range:55 to 64
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

best deal out there. runs most everything, versatile fuel use,

PostedOctober 2, 2014
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easy to assemble, easy to start and use, give it a little time to break-in, runs strong
Pros: Easy to Use, All In One
0points
0out of 0found this review helpful.
Review 11 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start

Natural Gas - Problems Starting and Running

PostedNovember 26, 2013
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4 out of 5
I have the Powerland 6,500 Watt Natural Gas only model, just purchased in November 2013. I would have bought the 10,000 Watt if it came in Natural Gas only, but it doesn't. As some have noted about the 10,000 Watt tri-fuel model (here and on other sites), it didn't start easily on natural gas and was extremely rough (before dying out). Many have had to start first on gasoline and then switch, just to get it started on natural gas. On earlier models you could adjust the regulator screw to lean it out (it needs LESS natural gas flow), but that voids the warrantee. My 6,500 Watt, being new in Nov 2013, doesn't have the regulator screw that earlier ones did. So, to lean it out, I got the engine to barely start and then shut the gas valve down about half way. It then purred like a (very large) kitten. The next day I called the Powerland tech people in California, twice. Both times they were easy to reach during their working hours. I mentioned that I and others have had problems with the natural gas regulator giving too rich a mixture, and either not starting or running rough. The tech said this is a known problem for them, and the manufacturer is trying to work out a solution. They'll send it to me IF they resolve it. The problem is that the regulator is set for a specific gas pressure, and nearly everyone has a different gas pressure at their house (between the gas company supply pressure, the length of the line to the generator, and the size of the line). Moreover, Powerland recently stopped selling any generators with screw adjustments on the natural gas regulator, so adjustment is no longer possible. They saw the YouTube video on the 6500 Watt NG unit, where the owner adjusts the NG regulator. They said EPA emission requirement insisted on no adjustment possibility, and several people have blown their engine (out of warrantee) by making the adjustment (they said most snapped a piston rod). For all current models with NG, the ONLY way you can get the house pressure right to the regulator and get the engine to run well is to partially close down the gas valve from the house to the generator. You must adjust the gas valve (mark the exact valve open location with a permanent marker) so it works the next time you try to start it. However, I hope Powerland gets this serious design defect fixed and sends me a new regulator at some point.
+11points
13out of 15found this review helpful.
Review 12 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start

Plan to purchase this item in next couple of months

PostedMarch 13, 2014
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Cant rate it yet but this unit has everything I want. Portability and versatility. I too plan to use this unit to run my 10 ton A/C unit for summer power loss in Las Vegas area. I will only have two quick disconnects wired to my sub panel. One to run 1 A/C unit and one to run one heating unit for emergencies. I wanted the tri fuel version as a just in case against long term power loss. However if a long term loss does occur you should use your natural gas source first as all natural gas lines are pressurized with ELECTRIC pumps. Your gas lines will fail in a few days due to loss of pressure. I will also have a large propane tank installed and filled for emergency use. Gasoline will be the last fuel source to consume and it will probably be just what I have in my truck gas tank. I will update after purchase.
Pros: All In One
+2points
3out of 4found this review helpful.
Review 13 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start

Good value for the money, runs best on gas.

PostedAugust 7, 2014
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Unit arrived undamaged and was easy to assemble. Started easily on and runs well on gas, but we had major problems with propane. Service was excellent, they sent a new regulator with free return shipping for the old. It still doesn't run on propane nearly as well as gas, but with the choke half on it puts out about 90%. Voltage was 117, and it ran the house fine, it just runs better on gas.
Other reviewers mentioned problems with the auto-idle, ours seems to work fine. Again, on propane it idles down rough.
We run a 220 well pump and all 110 lights and appliances without a problem.
We've only test run it for an hour, so I can't speak to reliability, but if it's like most of the recent Honda clones the engine should be of decent quality.
All told, I still think this is a good value for an 8/10K generator, the tri-fuel is a plus, but with our experience with propane I'd be very wary of using it with natural gas.
0points
0out of 0found this review helpful.
Review 14 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from Ct .
Age Range:65 or over
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

Much quiter than I expected.

PostedMay 1, 2013
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5 out of 5
Arrived on Schedule.Started right up on contact. I have only utilized gasoline fuel start so far. Unfortunately I had to order the propane regular line before I can try it out. I think it should have been provided with the purchase.($80.00.) This unit carried the entire house.(1 floor 2 bed 2 bath 2 refrigerator ranch. The only thing that was not turned on was the A/C.... So far quite happy with product.
Pros: Lots of Features, Easy to Use, Nice Design, Easy Installation
+6points
6out of 6found this review helpful.
Review 15 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from Pittstown, Franklin, NJ 08867, USA
Age Range:55 to 64
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

Best deal out there

PostedMarch 10, 2013
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5 out of 5
I bought this generator after hurricane Sandy left me with a 4000 watt generator from 1999 that was not sufficient to run my house.This time we were without power for 13 days.Long 4 hour gas lines made me consider the trifuel. I am very happy with it. Tomorrow I am getting a transfer switch put in. Everything worked as stated without a hitch. I'm ready for the next storm. I love this generator.
Pros: Easy to Use, Lots of Features, Nice Design
+6points
6out of 6found this review helpful.
Review 16 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from new jersey
Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:Other

all that it should be

PostedJune 11, 2013
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performs as promised.easy to start, and operate however dosen't come with 50 amp. plug big $ to buy.or propane hose available from mfgr. upon unpacking allthough box was ok found choke lever and fuel filter broken. called powerland they fedexed parts overnite. at least they stand behind their product.
Pros: Easy to Use, All In One
Cons: no 50 amp plug
+5points
5out of 5found this review helpful.
Review 17 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from PA
Age Range:55 to 64
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

RAN GREAT ON GAS AND LP BUT TOOK A LITTLE WORK TOGET TO RUN ON NATURAL GAS

PostedJuly 9, 2013
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GENERATOR RAN GREAT ONCE I GOT IT RUNNING LIKE OTHER OWNERS THE INSTRUCTIONS WERE CONFUSING. IT LOST SOME IN THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION.
Pros: All In One
Cons: confusing instructions
+4points
4out of 4found this review helpful.
Review 18 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start

The manual is very poorly written, The generator is very loud.

PostedApril 1, 2013
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3 out of 5
Works well on Gasoline and propane but the manual doesn't tell you that you need 3/4" pipe/hose to run on natural gas. Tech. support said 160,000 btu supply minimum. Check the price of those items (pipe/hose fittings etc) $$$$. Be advised that for long blackouts, natural gas is the only reasonable alternative. BTW, the manual is poorly translated from Chinese to English. This thing is very loud for close neighbors as well.
+7points
11out of 15found this review helpful.
Review 19 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
from Franklin Township, NJ, USA
Age Range:45 to 54
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

BEST DEAL OUT THERE

PostedMay 29, 2013
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5 out of 5
I bought this generator after hurricane Sandy left me with a 4000 watt generator from 1999 that was not sufficient to run my house.This time we were without power for 13 days.Long 4 hour gas lines made me consider the tri-fuel. I am very happy with it. Tomorrow I am getting a transfer switch put in. Everything worked as stated without a hitch. I'm ready for the next storm. I love this generator.
Pros: Easy to Use, All In One, Strong, Good Size & Weight
+3points
3out of 3found this review helpful.
Review 20 for 10,000-Watt Tri-Fuel 16 HP Gas/Propane/Natural Gas Powered Portable Generator with Electric Start
Age Range:65 or over
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:Other

excellent!!

PostedJune 5, 2013
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Excellent product, started right up immediately on LPG.
Assembly instructions should include wheel installation.
Pros: Sturdy
+3points
3out of 3found this review helpful.
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