Generators Store Servicing Murray, Utah
Sales & Installation Of Standby & Other Units
Live in Murray, Utah? Protect your family from January blackouts or bring home comforts to a wilderness setting with a new generator from T-Rex Generators. T-Rex offers a wide range of portable generators - including portable generators for recreation, backup power, and the jobsite. We also supply permanent standby generators to Murray, Utah residents and their businesses. Those who want residential emergency power, be it a portable unit or an automatic standby generator, are sure to find something suitable in our lineup. And we carry a variety of lightweight inverter generators, ideal for your next campout or for running an RV AC. Anyone interested in standby power who owns a tractor should consider one of our pto or power takeoff units. These generators provide Murray, Utah tractor owners with a reliable and cost effective way to produce electricity. If you are a building contractor, examine our selection of superior industrial machines.
Murray, Utah is located in the Salt Lake Valley, and sports a total land area of 9.6 miles, and an average elevation of 4301 ft. The warmest month of the year for most Utah locations is July, and Murray is no exception (with an average maximum temperature of just under 91 degrees Fahrenheit. The Murray City averageelevation is 4301 feet, but using a generator in one of the many accessible mountain campgrounds can increase operating elevation of the unit quite handily.
Consider both altitude and temperatures whenever you are planning a generator purchase. Remember that maximum generator output occurs at or below 85 degrees Fahrenheit. For every additional 5 degrees Fahrenheit, it loses roughly 1%. At 100 degrees Fahrenheit, you will have dropped approximately 3% of your generator's maximum running and surge watts - numbers that will only become more dramatic as elevation increases. Your generator will sacrifice 3% to 4% of its maximum watts for every 1000 feet (above sea level) in operating elevation. A generator being operated one mile above sea level can wind up forfeiting as much as 20% of its rated wattage.
All Utah residents are aware that on summer afternoons, temperatures routinely exceed 85 degrees, but such factors as heat and elevation do not automatically necessitate a more-powerful machine. If you know in advance, however, that the load you will be running requires full generator capacity (or if all available surge watts are needed to start an electric motor in the application), then you will probably have no choice but to shop for a higher-wattage model. Many RV dealerships and some conventional vendors that handle portable and installed RV units are willing to hook up a demo model to your application to determine if it has enough capacity to power the prospective load. This can take much of the guesswork out of sizing a generator.
For information concerning generator operation in a USFS campground, contact your local USFS office.
Office serving Murray, Utah:
Salt Lake Ranger District
6944 South 3000 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84121
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