Fromt left, Tanawat Thanthong (Greengear Italy), Vincent Choi (Greengear), Salvador P. Escaño (PGI chairman), Catherine Jalandoni (proprietor, VOLT Supplies and Solutions), and PGI Business Development Office Manager Rolando E. Veloso Jr. answer queries from reporters during a press conference in Cagayan de Oro City. MDN photo
PRYCE Gas has tapped manufacturer Greengear to introduce its new LPG-powered generator to the Mindanao market.
Greengear is equipped with a 4-stroke engine, electric start, battery, multifunctional screen, alternators fitted with an automatic voltage regulation stabilizer and a circuit breaker.
All units have an electric start ignition, eliminating the difficulty of manual ignitions.
If the battery is charging, recoil start is available as a backup source to start the generator.
The multifunction display can let the user switch between Voltage Frequency and Hours of Use.
The “never flat” tires eliminate the problems of deflation and facilitate the position of the unit. The wheel and handle kit also allows for easy transportation and maneuverability. It also folds away in certain models.
Connecting the gas cylinder is easy thanks to the dedicated connector located at the rear of the generator.
The Enerkit carburetor has an automatic safety shut-off valve, stopping the fuel supply when the engine is off.
For more details, call Pryce Gas at 09177137049, 09053711464 or 09281948634.
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