Generators Price in Pakistan

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The Lowest price of Generators in Pakistan is Rs.1,300 and estimated average price is Rs.129,615.

Overview

Generators can provide you with uninterrupted power if you need that for an event, office or home. They also make up for a great backup in case there is load-shedding, which happens often in Pakistan. With different fuels depending on what generator you buy. There are versions that run on diesel, petrol or gas. Which you choose is about what fuel is feasible and more easily available for you.

Pros & Cons

Cons

  • Not eco-friendly

  • Noisy

Description

Why a generator is convenient

Electricity is a basic requirement these days, everything in houses and offices is run on it. In Pakistan, with the power issues a lot of people set up a UPS system, but if your power consumption needs are not met by that and there are more things to run while the power is out then a generator is what you need. UPSs cannot handle things that require more power like ACs and if the power outage is of a longer duration the UPS battery will die. A generator, on the other hand, will run till it is out of the required fuel.

Power and the self-starting feature

The power rankings for generators are in kVAs, the higher the number prefix before'kVA' the more power the generator is putting out and the larger ones consume more fuel. Generators are also built with a self-start feature so you don't have to go outside and flip a switch when the electricity is gone which is convenient as it just kicks on and starts supplying power to the premises.

Considerations when purchasing one

A generator can be powerful enough to run everything in a building or small and compact enough to supply the needs of one small shop. There are some that run on diesel some on petrol and others that can use a gas connection to generate electricity. Which you get could be a question of feasibility or which form of fuel is more easily accessible to you.

Petrol generators over time are less fuel-efficient so between that and diesel people prefer the diesel ones. Gas is not always easy to get and a lot of places that are far from the electric grid usually don't have a gas line either. So if you had a cabin far out from developed areas diesel or petrol would be more ideal.

The advantage with gas generators is that they make less noise and create less pollution but at the same time the downside is that they can be temperamental and more expensive to begin with. The diesel ones are more reliable but a lot noisier and they have a larger carbon footprint.

With some modern upgrades, there is the possibility of a soundproof diesel generator that reduces the noise to more of a hum than a loud drone; making a huge difference. Over a longer period though a diesel generator will mostly outlast a gas-based one. The engine that uses gas is not as robust and has more parts that can go bad, also gas itself has a different effect on an engine.

Comments

The question is what one's power requirements are of the generator and where it is going to be used, along with what price point you have in mind, based on that you can decide what works for you.

Price List

Model Price
Gasoline Generator 6.5Kwa Industrial Rs. 196,999
Angel Generator Euro5 AG4400 4.5 KVA 3400Watt (3.… Rs. 121,899
Angel Generator Euro5 AG5600 5.5 KVA 4100Watt (4.… Rs. 153,899
Angel Generator Euro5 AG3900 3.0 KVA 2800Watt (2.… Rs. 102,266
Hyundai HGS3500 Petrol Generator - 3.0 kVA Rs. 98,900
Gasoline Generator 6.5Kwa Industrial Rs. 226,000
JASCO RIGGID DRIVEN BY JASCO 3.5 KVA GASOLINE G… Rs. 79,499
Angel Generator Euro5 AG9000 8.2 KVA 6600Watt 6.6… Rs. 201,563
Hyundai Petrol Generator 6.5 kVA - HGS7250 – Silv… Rs. 216,900
JASCO 9KVA/7500 WATTS GAS & PETROL GENERATOR Rs. 300,000
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