Explorer Bear Generator by Pulsar

Explorer Bear 4000 Watts Dual Fuel Inverter Generator by Pulsar

$599.00
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Pickup available at 17583 Railroad Street

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This dual fuel generator produces a remarkable 4000 peak watts and 3200 running watts on gas, and 3700 peak watts and 3000 running watts on propane. Despite its potent performance, the Explorer Bear is exceptionally lightweight at just 48 lbs, making it the perfect companion for both outdoor and contractor use. Moreover, its extremely quiet operation only emits around 59db at half load, ensuring your adventures are serene. Powered by a high-speed 5.5HP 145cc engine, it also serves as a dependable ally for emergency home backup power.
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Compatibility

Work with Gasoline and Propane

Stellar Performance Across Dual Fuels

The Dual Fuel Inverter Generator has a peak output of 4000 watts and 3200 watts rated on gasoline. 3600 maximum and 3000 watts rated on propane. This ensures that you have reliable power supply irrespective of the fuel source.

Noise Level 62dB

Super Quiet Operation for Peaceful Surroundings

The Generator is designed to operate super quietly, ensuring your daily routine or tranquil outdoor activities aren't disrupted by noise pollution.

Open Frame Design

Aluminum Frame for Durability

The generator is housed in a 3030 extruded aluminum frame, providing it with enhanced strength and durability. The robust frame protects the generator from damage, ensuring it continues to deliver excellent performance for years to come.

Engine Specification

Robust Engine for Enduring Performance

Powered by a 145 cc OHV 4 Cycle Engine, the generator promises enduring performance and durability. The robust engine ensures that your generator runs smoothly and efficiently, providing reliable power when you need it most.

Parallel Capability

Double Power with Parallel Capability

The Generator is parallel ready, meaning you can connect it with another generator to double the power output. This feature is especially useful when you need more power than a single unit can provide.