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The Hyundai HY7000LEk is a diverse and powerful commercial grade generator which is designed for high end industrial use. Producing up to a maximum of 5.5kW, the H7000LEk is built to work hard and provide reliable power in all manner of applications and environments.
The HY7000LEk is a petrol-driven unit and is equipped with a 22L fuel tank which feeds the 13hp, Hyundai 4-stroke OHV engine. This allows the generator to run for between 14 and 20 hours depending on the load applied, an impressive duration for a machine which produces such power.
Using the latest low noise engine specifications, the HY7000LEk produces only 68Dba @ 7m. It also comes with 230v and 115v sockets and features low oil alerts and overload protection to ensure the lifespan of the machine. A digital display is featured on the panel and allows the user to keep an eye on the generator usage.
Weighing 78kg, this generator is easily transported by only one person due to its large wheels and handles.
It's a simple, professional generator offering maximum reliability and performance with a basic but efficient configuration, and can be used to power sensitive electrical equipment. The industrial carry frame is fully welded for maximum strength, durability and mobility.
All Hyundai petrol generators are covered by a standard 1 year Hyundai warranty.
|Gross Weight (kg)||85|
|Engine Type||4 Stroke OHV|
|Power Output (hp)||13|
|Number of Cylinders||1|
|Cooling Method||Air Cooled|
|Speed Regulation Type||Mechanical governor|
|Voltage Regulation Method||AVR|
|Power Factor (cosᶲ)||1|
|Max/Cont Current (a)||23.9/21.8|
|Voltages - VAC||115/230|
|Connection Method (VAC/a)||Sockets - 2 x 115V/16A, 1 x 230V/16A|
|Remote Start Function?||No|
|Fuel Tank (L)||22|
|Battery Type (v/Ah)||14-Dec|
|Low Oil Shutdown?||Yes|
|Noise Level db (A)||96|
|Noise Level db (A) @ 7m||72|
|Box Dimensions L x W x H (mm)||720 x 510 x 575|
|Machine Dimensions L x W x H (mm)||710 x 500 x 565|
|Net Weight (kg)||82|
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