We have the 7000 w Honda generator to do light welding. It trips with the 110v stick welder, but it is just about that amount of current single line. 220v shouldn't be a problem. But if we don't need to weld, just drills, saws etc we use a big 2000w inverter. It runs the 7 amp equipment good, I would say that 10 amps could work for short durations. The noise of the advan is preferable to the generator.
Yamaha is the original make of those products and after they a while they sell the rights to re produce thus you have a lot of these clones built in china for U.S. companies with limited warranties and no parts . At that price is buy and if not working throw away . The Yamaha dealer is on 71st vincent street . p.o.s. I have a yamaha generator over 4yrs now and not a day of problems and yes $2,100.00 is the price
Got the pricemart pulsar generator for camping /fishing ddi etc...ran for 3hrs and couldn't start back .. checked the spark plug and found some unknown plug burnt out ..got a ngk replacement and well running strong 2 years now normally use lights n 3 fans n holds up well
I checked pricesmart and FT Farfan's. I saw the pulsar, which i may get. but also interested in a bigger generator. Pricesmart had a 4200 Watt generator, but no bigger. Farfan's only had a 1200 Watt one.
This generator will be used for welding, and other general stuff, so i would like it to have at least 5000 W.
Any other places carry generators that i can check out?
I am considering ordering them online and shipping them in.