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Single Phase Generators For Sale

Discover our premium selection of petrol and diesel single-phase generators for sale, featuring top brands like JCB, Target Power, Ferbo, Pramac, Loncin, and more. Ideal for various applications including construction, residential, and domestic use, our generators ensure reliable power supply.

Choose from our range of standby diesel generators, seamlessly installed with an automatic transfer switch (ATS) to safeguard your home during power outages. Additionally, our petrol generators, powered by trusted brands, are perfect for domestic tasks like powering tools, lights, heaters, and emergency situations.

Talk to a member of our team on 0333 0344554. With over 25 years in the power generation industry, we will be able to guide you to the right product.

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JCB 3.6KW / 4.5kVA Petrol Site Generator – JCB-G3600P

JCB-G3600P petrol site generator, suitable for construction sites, outdoor events, and emergency power backup

Original price was: £419.00.Current price is: £391.66. ex. VAT - £469.99 inc. VAT

Available For Nationwide Delivery Or Export

Loncin LC6500D-AS 5KW Petrol Generator

Showcasing the Loncin LC6500D-AS 5.5kw Petrol Generator, designed for reliable power output and efficient performance, now available for purchase

Original price was: £713.33.Current price is: £675.00. ex. VAT - £810.00 inc. VAT

Available For Nationwide Delivery Or Export

Kohler SDMO 4500TB – 3.2KW Petrol Generator

An SDMO Perform 4500 TB generator showcasing its design, built for superior performance, and reliable energy output in various conditions

Original price was: £703.00.Current price is: £685.00. ex. VAT - £822.00 inc. VAT

Available For Nationwide Delivery Or Export

JCB 7.9KW / 9.8kVA Petrol Site Generator – JCB-G8000PE

JCB-G8000PE petrol generator, providing reliable power generation for various applications, including construction sites, outdoor events, and emergency backup

Original price was: £750.00.Current price is: £708.32. ex. VAT - £849.98 inc. VAT

Available For Nationwide Delivery Or Export

Kohler HX3000 TB 2.7KW Honda Petrol Generator

A KOHLER SDMO HX3000TB generator displayed for potential buyers, known for its advanced technology, durability, and efficient performance

Original price was: £1,082.50.Current price is: £865.00. ex. VAT - £1,038.00 inc. VAT

Available For Nationwide Delivery Or Export

6.3KW Petrol Generator – Kohler SDMO 6500TB

Image of the KOHLER SDMO 6500 TB generator, prominently displayed for sale, highlighting its powerful output and dependable features for interested buyers

£865.95 ex. VAT - £1,039.14 inc. VAT

Available For Nationwide Delivery Or Export

Kohler HX4000 TB 3.7KW Honda Petrol Generator

A KOHLER HX4000 generator powered by a Honda engine, showcased for potential buyers with its durability and efficient performance

£978.00 ex. VAT - £1,173.60 inc. VAT

Available For Nationwide Delivery Or Export

Kohler HX6000 TB 4.8KW Honda Petrol Generator

Image of the SDMO HX6000 generator available for purchase, presenting its design and key features to prospective buyers

£1,358.00 ex. VAT - £1,629.60 inc. VAT

Available For Nationwide Delivery Or Export

What can you power with a home generator?

A home generator can power various appliances and systems in your house, such as lights, refrigerators, heating and cooling systems, electronics, and essential household appliances, depending on its capacity.

What is the best generator for domestic use?

The best generator for domestic use depends on your specific needs and the size of your home. Generally, standby generators with sufficient capacity are preferred for uninterrupted power during outages.

How are generators used in everyday life?

Generators are used in everyday life to provide backup power during outages, support off-grid living, and as a portable power source for outdoor activities, construction sites, and events.

What is the most commonly used generator?

Standby generators are commonly used for homes and businesses due to their reliability and automatic operation during power outages.

Can I use a generator instead of electricity?

Generators can provide temporary power, but they are not a long-term substitute for a stable electrical supply. They are typically used as backup or supplementary power sources.

Is it worth getting a whole house generator?

Investing in a whole house generator can be worth it if you want uninterrupted power during outages, especially if you have medical equipment or live in an area with frequent power disruptions.

How does a generator work for a house in the UK?

A generator for a house in the UK operates similarly to generators elsewhere. It generates electricity from fuel (e.g., petrol, natural gas, or diesel) and distributes it to your home through a transfer switch.

Is it cheaper to use a generator in the UK?

Using a generator in the UK can be cost-effective during power outages, but the long-term operational costs depend on fuel prices and maintenance.

Will a 2kW generator run a house?

A 2kW generator can power some essential appliances and lighting but may not be sufficient to run an entire house, especially if you have larger electrical loads.

Will a 5kW generator run my house?

A 5kW generator has a higher capacity and can power more appliances and systems in your house, but its suitability depends on your specific power needs.

What can I run on a 2kW generator?

A 2kW generator can typically run lights, small appliances, a refrigerator, and charge electronic devices, but it may not handle high-wattage items like air conditioners.

How do I hook up a generator to my house in the UK?

To connect a generator to your house in the UK, you should hire a qualified electrician to install a transfer switch and ensure proper wiring to prevent backfeeding the grid.

How do I hook up a portable generator to my house?

Connecting a portable generator to your house involves using extension cords or a transfer switch. It’s essential to follow safety guidelines and consider professional installation. This is something a member of our team can help organise for you. 

Can I connect a generator to my domestic supply in the UK?

Yes, you can connect a generator to your domestic supply in the UK through a transfer switch to ensure safe and controlled power distribution.

What generator can power a house in the UK?

A generator suitable for powering a house in the UK typically has a capacity ranging from 5kW to 15kW, depending on your specific energy requirements.

How big of a generator do I need to run a house?

The size of the generator you need to run your house depends on your power consumption, so it’s essential to assess your specific needs with an expert like Target Power Generators.

What is the best generator for residential use?

The best generator for residential use depends on factors like your location, power needs, and budget. Consult with a generator specialist to find the ideal option for your home.

Is it worth getting a generator in the UK?

Getting a generator in the UK is worth considering, especially if you experience frequent power outages or have specific power requirements that need to be met consistently. A generator can protect your home against  black outs and brownouts. 

Will a 15 kW generator run a house?

A 15kW generator is capable of running a sizable portion of a typical house’s electrical needs, but the suitability depends on your specific energy consumption and priorities.

What is a single phase generator?

This type of generator produces AC or alternating current but with only one voltage level, or at most two. They are different in that they provide what is more commonly useful for households instead of what’s required for commercial or industrial applications. Learn more in our ‘What is a single phase generator?’ blog.

What Is A Single Phase Generator?

Unsure what a single phase generator it is? What makes it different from a three phase generator? We answer all in our ‘What Is A Single Phase Generator Blog’