The demand for Goscor Power Product's (GPP) compact, 7HP generator is soaring and according to GPP MD, Mark Bester, there is no reason why demand should not continue to grow. "Our generator is ideal for a host of users like ‘bakkie builders', farmers, handymen and the general domestic household. Applications include powering up angle grinders, small construction products, drills, fridges, security systems, deep freezers, lights and many other appliances used on a daily basis."
He adds that the cost effectiveness and reliability of the GPP3000 generator has made it popular even at times when the main electricity supply is more reliable. "It is an extremely versatile machine and can be used almost anywhere."
Neatly packaged in a roll cage, the GPP3000 is powered by the new EX-21, 7HP Subaru engine and is extremely light on fuel and oil. It's very easy to start, is a low-noise machine and also has long service intervals.
Subaru engines, with their unique overhead cam (OHC) technology have developed a reputation for being one of the most reliable engines for this type of application in the world. "Subaru is the world leader in OHC design'" says Bester. "These engines have fewer parts, which means less wear and tear and less that can go wrong. Also, an OHC engine runs quieter meaning less noise and vibration, plus more torque and more horse power."
He adds that Subaru engines, because of their unique construction and superior performance are fast becoming the preferred brand of engine in a wide range of applications and have certainly stood the test of time in the generator environment. "The GPP3000 is competitively priced and a very easy to own, easy to use generator, which should be part of every household in the country," he adds.