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A useful device if one needs a backup power source in case the electricity is not available. A 30kVA generator would be able to power quite a bit of equipment for the home or office. There are many different brands that make 30kVA generators and one can also find variations in what fuel they use. A generator of this size is an expensive purchase.
Electricity is needed to run our modern life. A generator can be the main source for a home that is far from the power lines or can be used as a backup device in case there is load shedding. A USP is also used for load shedding but is limited in power and cannot handle larger devices such as the fridge or ACs.
A 30kVA generator could run everything inside a medium-sized home or office, including the fridge and ACs. Unlike a UPS that has batteries which run out, this can run as long as there is fuel, which means its could essentially be run till needed.
Many different generators also have the options for self-start, meaning they automatically switch on when the electricity drops. This is a super convenient feature, especially in cold areas.
The basic difference between generator types is power rating or what fuel they use. One can find versions that use petrol, diesel or gas. The diesel ones are usually the most reliable but have the larges carbon footprint.
Petrol generators are the least fuel-efficient, so the running cost over time piles up to quite a bit. Gas, on the other hand, is the cheapest to run, but then gas lines do not go to all the possible locations of use. Gas generators also make the least noise. The trade-off is that gas generators have a higher risk of having issues. Due to this, they need to be maintained well, with the engine oil and filters being changed promptly.
Petrol and diesel variants come with modern sound reduction panels, which to make quite a difference; reducing the engines roar to a milder hum.
Which fuel type one chooses is a matter of what their use will be and also the location of use. A 30kVA generator is a decent size but one can only decide based on what their load is. The price of this generator would be high from any brand, with the better brands costing even more.