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Home Timber & Hardware–Ravenshoe

19 Wormboo St Ravenshoe QLD 4888 0.5 km away

Ravenshoe–Home Timber & Hardware

19 Wormboo St Ravenshoe QLD 4888 0.5 km away
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    Why do I need a generator?
    A generator is useful as a backup power storage unit. If the main electricity is not available, a generator is essential in keeping the power going.
  • FAQ
    What type of generators is there?
    There are four main types of generators: EMD, natural gas, portable and diesel.
  • FAQ
    What is the difference between a petrol or diesel generator?
    A petrol generator is designed to run at maximum power for a shorter period of time. A diesel generator generally runs under 100% but lasts longer.
  • FAQ
    Can generators overheat?
    If your generator is clogged or old, the generator may overheat.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    Can generators overheat?
    If your generator is clogged or old, the generator may overheat.
  • FAQ
    What is the difference between a petrol or diesel generator?
    A petrol generator is designed to run at maximum power for a shorter period of time. A diesel generator generally runs under 100% but lasts longer.
  • FAQ
    What type of generators is there?
    There are four main types of generators: EMD, natural gas, portable and diesel.
  • FAQ
    Why do I need a generator?
    A generator is useful as a backup power storage unit. If the main electricity is not available, a generator is essential in keeping the power going.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    Why do I need a generator?
    A generator is useful as a backup power storage unit. If the main electricity is not available, a generator is essential in keeping the power going.
  • FAQ
    What type of generators is there?
    There are four main types of generators: EMD, natural gas, portable and diesel.
  • FAQ
    What is the difference between a petrol or diesel generator?
    A petrol generator is designed to run at maximum power for a shorter period of time. A diesel generator generally runs under 100% but lasts longer.
  • FAQ
    Can generators overheat?
    If your generator is clogged or old, the generator may overheat.