Industrial Generators

Mi-T-M's industrial inverters and generators provide a wattage range from 2,000 - 14,000 watts. These industrial generators provide dependable power for both portable power and standby power applications.

Gasoline Generators

Investing in a Mi-T-M gas generator is a cost-effective solution to every customer's power needs. These generators are widely popular due to their fuel efficiency and ability to consistently produce anywhere from 2,000 to 14,000 watts of AC output, depending on the unit. Gasoline generators are powerful enough for industrial and home use, and feature a large low-tone muffler for quiet operation and a low profile compact design.

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Diesel Generators

The Mi-T-M diesel generator is sturdy, reliable and has a long lifespan, making it a great choice for a variety of industries. Built with high-quality generator components and powered by a Kohler engine, the 6000-watt diesel portable generator costs less to operate than other generators.

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Generators FAQ

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A portable generator is a gas or diesel-powered device which provides electrical power. The engine turns an alternator which creates usable electricity up to a certain level of wattage. Users can plug electrical appliances or tools directly into the generator's outlets.

Mi‑T‑M inverters produce commercial quality AC power for sensitive electronic equipment. In addition, Mi‑T‑M inverter technology reduces size, weight, noise, and fuel consumption.

Note: Mi‑T‑M's portable generators are designed to output the highest power quality available and are therefore, not recommended to operate sensitive electronic equipment.

To find the right size generator for your needs you will first need to determine the power requirements you are looking for. To determine the right size, add up the total watts of all lights, appliances, tools or other equipment to be connected to the generator. Check the nameplates to determine wattage. If wattage is not shown, but amps and volts are given, the following simplified formula may be used: AMPS x VOLTS = Watts

Once the total # of watts are determined multiply that by 3. This will calculate the approximate start up wattage needed, sizing the generator for your needs.

NEVER use generators indoors, including homes, garages, basements, crawl spaces, and other enclosed or partially enclosed areas, even with ventilation. Opening doors and windows or using fans will not prevent carbon monoxide build-up.

ONLY run generators outdoors and away from air intakes.

Mi‑T‑M offers a variety of accessories to fit your needs ranging from RV adapters, wheel kits, puncture proof tires and lifting hooks.

Our recommendation is to contact a licensed electrician regarding this question.

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