Category Archives: Generator Information

Home Standby Generator Watts Comparison—What Can I Run?

A frequently asked question about generators is, “What can I run with my generator?” The answer is, it depends. Norwall PowerSystems supplies standby generators with power capacities that range from 7000 watts to 150,000 watts, and many that fall somewhere … Continue reading

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Standby Generators Increase Home Resale Value

Every major storm only serves to highlight the fragile nature of the nation’s power grid. According to Dr. Jeff Masters at Weather Underground, Hurricane Sandy disrupted power to 8.5 million people 2012, including three-quarters of New Jersey utility customers. It took … Continue reading

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Compare Important Home Standby Generator Features Before Purchase

Good comparisons are an important part of the decision making process prior to any large purchase, and standby generators are no different. Making comparisons will help you determine which generator to purchase for you home and ensure the model you … Continue reading

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New Briggs and Stratton Product Offerings By Norwall PowerSystems

Norwall PowerSystems is adding more Briggs & Stratton Standby Generator Products to give business and home owners additional options for standby power. Included are two air-cooled, three-phase standby generators, and three liquid-cooled, three-phase standby generators. Maintenance and cold weather kits … Continue reading

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Standby Generator Options from Briggs & Stratton

Norwall PowerSystems offers Briggs & Stratton residential standby generators in both air-cooled and liquid-cooled models. All models run on either LP (propane) or natural gas and have a number of transfer switch options to suit the needs of almost any … Continue reading

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Kohler Power Systems—Residential and Commercial Standby Generators

Kohler Power Systems broke into manufacturing generators right after World War I to address a growing need for power in rural areas where power lines were scarce, but electricity was needed. Previously, most generators provided enough current to charge a … Continue reading

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Generac Standby Generators for Homes and Businesses

Generac Power Systems began building generators in 1959 and over the last 55 years, they have become the largest manufacturer of residential standby generators in the world. The Generac standby product line at Norwall Power Systems includes models ranging from … Continue reading

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Standby Generators Provide Utility Quality Power

Read just about any product specification for a standby generator and more than likely you’ll run across words and phrases like “Total Harmonic Distortion,” “Frequency Variation,” “Harmonics,” “Sine Waves,” “Smooth Waveform,” and “Voltage Regulation.” Almost certainly you’ll find the phrase … Continue reading

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Portable Generator Use During Winter Storm Power Outages

This is only the first week of December, but already crews in southern states are working to repair the damage left behind by the ice storm that paralyzed travelers and left hundreds of thousands without power. The storm has headed … Continue reading

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Major Ice Storm Kills Power – Locks Down Central USA

A major ice storm is paralyzing a wide swath from Northern Texas through Kentucky and Tennessee and has made travel extremely hazardous. The blast of frigid air moving in behind the storm will only add to the difficulties with school … Continue reading

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