Portable generators are internal combustion engines used to produce electricity. Small appliances, lights and pumps can all be plugged directly into outlets on portable generators. These generators are used around the world by contractors on construction sites, on camping grounds and in case of natural disasters such as hurricanes and typhoons, tornadoes, storms and the like. In many situations, having a portable generator can literally save the day: during blackouts that leave people stranded without electricity for days; in regions where there are frequent electrical outages; when vacationing in remote areas that off-the-grid; whenever and wherever remote power is needed.
Reduce fuel costs by using E.M.SH Ng-Tech's Portable Methanol/Gasoline GeneratorA typical 5,000 watt generator under full load will consume about 0.75 gallons (2.85L) of Gasoline in one hour; using a portable generator on a daily basis is very expensive. Another disadvantage is that portable generators release pollution in the form of harmful fumes. We, at E.M.SH Ng-Tech, take these issues very seriously and provide solutions by using alternatives fuels (Methanol) in our daily use of portable generators. Our Portable Generators work on up to 70% Methanol blended with Gasoline; this will immediately cut fuel costs by up to 50% (depending on the cost of Methanol in your region) and reduce the output of harmful fumes affecting our daily lives.
- Read and follow the manufacturer-provided owner's manual.
- Never use a generator in an enclosed area.
- Transfer switches are essential for backup generators.
- Use extension cords safely.
- For safety reasons, portable generators should never be used indoors or in remotely enclosed spaces.
As the most basic alcohol, Methanol is a desirable choice as a transportation fuel due to its efficient combustion, ease of distribution and wide availability around the globe. Methanol is used in transportation directly as fuel or blended with Gasoline from M15 to M85. Methanol is an ideal fuel for transportation in large part because of its efficient combustion and low cost compared to all other fuels. When combusted, reformulated Gasoline produces a number of harmful and toxic byproducts that are reduced or eliminated by replacement or blended with Methanol. Emissions of unburned carbons and carbon monoxide are much lower when consuming Methanol fuel and Methanol also greatly reduces NOx emissions as well. Methanol also burns with almost no particulate matter - which can lead to respiratory problems like asthma. Emissions from Methanol fuel are also less reactive, and create less ground-level ozone and smog. Methanol is a high-octane fuel that enables very efficient and powerful engine performance. Engines optimized for Methanol are as much as 75% more efficient than conventional Gasoline-fueled engines. The power-producing qualities of Methanol are well-known and it is used in several professional and amateur racing sanctioning organizations (e.g., the National Hot Rod Association and the United States Auto Club). Methanol fuel cannot be put directly into an engine because it is corrosive to certain materials commonly used in engines and fuel lines. E.M.SH Ng-Tech's Anti-Corrosion & Lubricant Additive solves all these problems and enables the use of any Methanol blend, from M30 to M85 (a mixture of 85% Methanol and 15% Gasoline).
Important Notice: Standard carburetor-based engines can only use up to M30 blends (30% Methanol & 70% Gasoline) WITH our Additive. Our Portable Generators can use up to M70 blends (70% Methanol & 70% Gasoline) WITH our Additive.