PRLog - Oct. 22, 2012 - MILFORD HAVEN, U.K. -- Earlier this year Genpower Ltd, the UK's sole importer of Hyundai power products, announced their most popular range of generators as being the Hyundai inverter generator range. This was due to their hardiness and reliability, with many happy customers calling them 'top class' and claiming that they 'will never let you down!'. Genpower then looked at this information and decided that due to their reliability and popularity they should make the leisure inverter range available to a wider range of people- the only question left for them was how?
Genpower found a clever answer to this question and only this week have released a new range of generators to run alongside the original inverter range. As the inverter range is most popular with the camping and caravanning fraternity, they decided to engage the end user by meeting them more than half way. This new range of inverter generators have exactly the same outlook and technical specification, the only difference being that these generators have been cleverly converted to run on liquefied petroleum gas instead of petrol.
Running your generator on liquefied petroleum gas, or LPG, has a number of advantages compared to using petrol. One of the most important advantages, especially during this current economic climate, is its dramatic reduction in running costs. Running a generator on LPG as opposed to petrol saves around 50% on running costs, saving you a lot of money in the long run. And it's not only the running cost that becomes reduced, the noise level also drops greatly. LPG generators produce a much lower noise level than a conventional petrol generator. This is an important factor to consider, especially in relation to leisure generators such as these, as they will typically be used in surroundings such as campsites where noise can sometimes pose a problem. As well as this, for those who are safety conscious the LPG converted generators may be a better choice due to the fire risk of these machines being greatly reduced due to a minimal risk of fuel spillages.
Currently, Genpower have converted the first 5 machines in the inverter range and these are all available for sale via the Genpower website. These machines include the HY1000Si, HY2000Si, HY2000SEi, HY3000Si and the HY3000SEi. One question that is likely to come up time and time again when choosing the right LPG generator, is why choose one with an electric start option? As many may have realised, the electric start option on these generators will be rendered useless once the conversion has taken place due to the user having to switch the gas off manually. So what advantage do the electric start models hold? The advantage of choosing an electric start model over the manual start is that if you ever choose to convert your inverter generator back to run on petrol you will have a fully functional electric and remote start generator. This allows you to keep your options open for the future and future uses of the machine are not limited.
All generators in the Hyundai Inverter Generator range can be purchased directly from Genpower, either through their website or over the phone, at extremely competitive prices. Genpower hosts many knowledgeable staff who will be more than happy to help you choose the correct generator that will be the most beneficial to you. For further information visit the website at http://www.genpoweruk.co.uk/