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DuroMax 10,000 Watt 16.0 Hp Gas Generator w/ Electric Start, Wheel Kit

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Item Number: XP10000E

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Let's face the facts...all you have to do is listen to the news today to recognize that natural disasters and infrastructure failures have become part of our everyday life. No one wants to be at the mercy of depending on public utilities in times of crisis. Why place your family at risk when you can have the protection and security of a DuroMax generator? The XP10000E is the powerhouse you can depend on for emergencies, insuring your essential appliances are running smoothly, reliably and without interruption. It also provides the added power to run demanding high amperage tools and appliances that other generators in its class cannot provide.

The DuroMax XP10000E is not only the essential generator to safeguard your family, but can provide you power when needed for work and play as well. This rugged workhorse is ideal for the jobsite where powering saws, drills, and other equipment is critical.

Home Backup

Built to Last.

The XP10000E features a rugged frame constructed of heavy duty steel with four fully isolated vibration dampening motor mounts for a surprisingly smooth and quiet operation. The heart of this power plant is the dependable 16 HP DuroMax overhead valve engine. It's designed to be extremely easy for anyone to start, just a turn of the key or a quick pull of the EZ-start recoil gets it going. With its 8.3 gallon fuel capacity this environmentally minded EPA and CARB approved unit will run up to a full 10 hours on a single tank of gas. This time may vary depending on the load you're running. The unique exhaust design coupled with the frame dampening allows it to run at a comfortable 72 decibels. Another added feature is its low oil protection system. It alerts you first with a light on the front panel telling you that the oil is low, next it will automatically shut the generator off to protect it from any damage and substantially prolonging its life. The XP10000E series alternators use quality all copper windings, an advanced automatic voltage regulator (AVR) system, coupled with a rock solid brush design. This tried and true combination ensures maximum steady power output and years of trouble free service.

Full featured power panel.

The XP10000E's panel was designed to offer the perfect balance of power and functionality. It includes 2 fully protected 120v 20-Amp, standard household outlets to supply power to all of your appliances - including televisions, refrigerators, microwaves, fans and more. It also features both 30amp 120/240V and 50amp heavy duty twist lock outlet for instant command of high powered tools including saws, air compressors, and a host of other devices...and of course, RV power needs. A 12v DC output with leads functions as a charger for batteries and other rechargeable devices. Overloads are never a problem with its dual 33.3 Amp circuit breaker, volt meter allows you to monitor your generator's output range at all times, and the low oil alert light warns of a low oil condition. The keyed start switch insures the prevention of any unauthorized use, an extra key is included.

Only Duromax Offers You an Exclusive Power Boost Amp Doubling Switch.

The XP10000E generator features an exclusive High-AMP RV / Equipment switch that harnesses the full power of your generator by combining two 120v circuits into one powerhouse 120/240v outlet to provide you with the added power for challenging loads - such as heavy duty power tools and equipment, power back-up transfer panels or your RV/Motor Home/Mobile Home demanding power needs.

No more flat tire hassles

There is nothing more frustrating than a flat tire. Our never flat tires offer the flexibility and appearance of a pneumatic tire without the rigidity of a solid tire. This state of the art design improves mobility - across both soft ground and hard surfaces.

The Ability to Power through any situation

Natural Disasters & Extreme Weather

Natural disasters are frightening phenomena. Earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, and fires can strike anytime, putting you and your family at risk in an instant. With your DuroMax generator you have the ability to take action and have the power supply you need to cope with the emergency. Whether the situation is a blackout and you need to restore power, or a natural disaster where you need to act fast, you can rely on DuroMax for your power needs.

Job Tested

For every jobsite DuroMax is the portable power source that you can rely on for saws, drills and a host of other devices. Professionals who are concerned with quality rely on DuroMax for outstanding performance, reliability and durability. No jobsite should be without one.

Rugged. Durable. Dependable.
Power When You Need It!

  • Home Backup
  • Construction
  • Portable Power
  • Electrical Storms
  • Hurricanes
  • Ice Storms

What Sets DuroMax Generators Apart From The Rest?

  • Powerful: Powerful 16 HP Engine is able to accept high wattage loads with ease.
  • Functionality: This Generator has endless uses; from Home Standby Power, Jobsites to a Weekend with the RV.
  • Safety: Equipped with Low Oil Protection, AC & DC Regulators, and a Spark Arrestor, Your unit will remain safe and in top operating condition.
  • Ease Of Use: This unit was designed to allow anyone to start and operate. All models are available with Electric & Recoil Start.
  • Electric Start: As simple as turning on your car - if the battery is discharged simply use the 1-pull recoil cord to start the generator.
  • Knowledgeable Service Dept: Our Friendly Technicians know these units inside and out. Have a Technical Question? Give them a call and they will be glad to help you out.
  • Peace of Mind: Rest assured you're buying a quality unit at a low price from one of the largest independent Generator Sellers.
  • Idle control (Auto Throttle) switch: When the idle control is switched on it automatically lowers the RPM's to an idle when no power is being used. When power is used it automatically raises the RPM to respond to the load and then lowers it again when the load is removed. This feature dramatically saves fuel and reduces noise when engaged.
  • High Amperage Voltage Selector: Allows the user to get maximum power from each of the 120 Volt Receptacles. It also allows the user to choose between operating the Generator at both 120V and 240V simultaneously, or at 120 only with full power. It is recommended that the Voltage Selector switch always be in the 120V position unless 240V is required.

Features

  • Heavy duty frame with four point fully isolated motor mounts for smooth quiet operation.
  • Full power panel with advance oil warning light, key start switch, volt meter, circuit breaker and power outlets.
  • Wheel kit with front handle for easy transporting.
  • Run-Time [ @ 50% Maximum Output ]: 10.0 hrs.
  • Low oil shut-off protects engine.
  • Quiet Muffler reduces engine noise.

Specifications

  • Max AC Output: 10,000 watts.
  • Rated AC Output: 8,000 watts.
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 8.3 gallon.
  • 16 HP DuroMax Air Cooled OHV Engine.
  • Low Oil Indicator lamp & shutoff.
  • EPA & CARB approved engine.
  • Quiet exhaust w/ built-in Spark Arrestor.
  • Electric Key and EZ-Pull Recoil start.
  • Run-Time [ @ 50% Maximum Output ]: 10 hrs.
  • EPA & CARB Approved For Safe Use In National Parks.

Outlets On Power Panel

  • (2) 120v 20 Amp 3-Prong Outlets (Standard Household plug).
  • (1) 120v 30 Amp Twist Lock (NEMA L5-30 2 Pole 3 Wire).
  • (1) 120v/240v 30 Amp Twist Lock (NEMA L14-30 3 Pole 4 Wire).
  • (1) 120v/240v 50 Amp Heavy Duty Outlet (NEMA 14-50 3 Pole 4 Wire).
  • (1) 10A 12V utility connection for charging a battery or running 12V devices.

Technical Specifications

  • Current (120V/240VAC) & (12VDC).
  • Amps: 66.5 / 33.3 Amps.
  • Dimensions Without Wheel Kit: 27" L x 21" W x 22" H.
  • Dimensions W/ Wheel & Handle Kit: 40" L X 29" W X 27.5" H.
  • Weight: 265 lbs.

Generator Motor Specifications

  • DuroMax 16 HP 4 Stroke Air Cooled Engine.
  • Max Output: 16.0 HP / 3600 RPM.
  • Max Torque: 28.5 Nm / 21.0 ft/lb.
  • Displacement: 420cc, Bore: 90, Stroke: 66.
  • Average Fuel Consumption: 10 Hours depending on load.
  • Cast Iron Sleeve and Steel Bearings maximize Engine life.

What's In The Box?

  • DuroMax XP10000E Electric Start Generator.
  • 12 Volt Battery for Electric Starter.
  • Extra large 10-1/2" Never Flat Knobby Style Solid Fill Tires.
  • Flip-Up Stow Away Handles.
  • Generator Tool Kit.
  • DuroMax Operating Manual.

Warranty

  • One Year DuroMax Factory Warranty
Customer Reviews

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February 27th, 2010

Grateful NOW!

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We bought this last summer, after being run out of our brand new home with the New England Ice Storms December 2008.



The shipping was AMAZING- the freight shipper hauled this thing all the way down to our house (we live on a lake), when I expected to meet him up on the main road with my trailer. This beast is HEAVY, make no bones about it, but worth all the hassle of moving it around to assemble it. The packaging is outstanding, with absolutely NO dings or mars on any part of the unit. It even comes with it's own toolkit of metric wrenches and multi-screwdriver. It's a cheapie kit, but I've owned motorcycles with junkier kits, so no issue.



I broke in the unit running some different power tools, and tried it out on it's 30-amp connection to power up the AC in our pop-up camper. Absolutely NO issues at all. After an oil change and some Stabil in the gas, it was time to wait for the next big need. We got hit this week with a huge wind storm, which did more damage in my area than the ice storm of 2008. In total, we've been 5 days without power.



I had the transfer switch set up in early December 0f 2009, so I was cutting it a little close, but when I flipped the whole house transfer switch over, my Wife didn't even notice we had changed power sources. It has it's limitations, but this is what we have:



What it WON'T do:

Electric Stove, Dishwasher, Clothes Dryer. I guess it MIGHT run these, if other loads were minimized, but I wanted more of the creature comforts all at once. I was willing to forgo the major power hogs, until the utility power came back on.



What it WILL do:

EVERYTHING else!



Other than having to eat microwave foods, it ran our well pump, fridge, 60 gallon hot water heater, forced air heater, and a humidifier, sometimes at the same time! There will be some small dimming of lights as each of the big loads switch in and out, and the Generator gets a little louder with each heavier load put on, but it ran them all in style! My Wife even snuck in a load of laundry in the washer, and I didn't notice.



At night, where minimal power is used, it quiets down more than any of my neighbor's units, which are all contractor-quality units, with racous industrial motors. Having it just outside my bedroom area, I could barely hear it over the air of the forced-air heater when it ran. It ran quieter than my neighbor's unit, 4 houses away- and that had a 16 HP Briggs & Stratton motor. Same size motor, but at least 1/2 (or less) the noise. The ONLY quirk we found is that it seems to be incompatible with digital clocks- I know it's SUPPOSED to be a 60-hz unit, but when I scoped the output, it's only putting out about 56 hz. For most any component, it's no big deal. My laptop didn't care a bit about the difference, nor did my TV's or Stereo. It's just the clocks that ran slow. I'm looking into what can be done, if anything, to adjust this, but I don't think it really matters.



I read a comment where someone wasn't happy with fuel consumption, but my experience over these last 5 days have averaged only 5-6 gallons of gas in a 12 hour period, and that was with high nighttime usage, with several baths, and temperatures in the 20's (using the house heater pretty often). I'd fill it up to the top around 8 p.m., and when I re-filled it in the morning around 9 a.m., it would take exactly 5 gallons to top off. Daytime consumption, when it was just me at home sleeping, was like 3 gallons in a 9 hour period.



Maybe different units consume gas at different rates, but I seriously beat the snot out of this thing (in my opinion), and it didn't even quiver. Once I had the house wired up, I just rolled it outside, and after showing once, my Wife and Daughter could start it themselves with NO issues. I may add some swivel-wheels in the front, instead of the feet that came with it, as it's a little tough to horse around- especially in the mud. On dry land, my wife wouldn't be able to lift the footed end by herself, so I need to do something to make it more portable than it already is. Not an issue with the machine, just needing to modify it's ergonomics for our use.



This unit is now $200 more than when I bought it in 2009, but I'd buy it again, for today's price- in a HEARTBEAT. It's STILL the best value out there. I'm going home tonight (power is back on) and rolling it into the garage for a well-deserved bath, oil change and some wax for the shiny finish. This week, it became a member of the family. It just ran for over 120 hours straight, minus fill-ups, and I'm a happy camper.



By the way, this unit comes with every possible electrical connection you could want, as well as the plugs for each. It also has connections (and a nice little wire bundle connector with alligator clips) to charge 12 volt batteries WHILE you're running the rest of the house. This comes in handy, if you are in an all-out outage, and car batteries become a problem for your household. In brutal winter months, car batteries take a beating too! Last summer I bought a sheet of blue matching neoprene on E-Bay (wet suit material) to make a rain flap for the electrical connections, and I'm glad I did. There's a LOT of different electrical connectors hanging out there on the panel, and we got BEAT with sideways, blowing rain. It looks nice, it's cheap, and it keeps things from getting shorted out.



While it's weak in some details (faint, hard-to-read manual, and the fact that its a chinese model) it comes with more features and options than you could ask for, at a very reasonable price.
Glen E. Perry XJGuy
December 13th, 2009

Pleasantly surprised

Comment:
This generator, cheap at the price, is a cut or two above the usual Chinese no-brand product (I own two of those, so I can compare, this unit I set up for a neighbour's new house). The unit provides plenty of power for an entire home, provided you're not running any whole house heat pumps. Assembly, fit and finish are better than usual, screws have washers, all of the screws, connectors, plugs are supplied in the box, and the packaging is perfect, especially considering this unit is (expectedly) heavy - it needed two of us to get it onto a pickup truck, and from there into my garage. Surprisingly, the control panel doesn't just have the usual controls, it has a master breaker, handy if you need to refill, and there is a very useful (and gas saving) idle control. This takes the unit down to idle speed when there is no load, useful if usage is intermittent, as when the unit is used to power tools, rather than near continuous, as it the case when it is used to power a home during a power cut. Noise level is a bit below average, the unit is well tuned, but then it is CARB compliant and California approved. As your average 10KW portable generator costs at least $600 more than this unit does, I can only recommend it. Please note I have only run this generator for a couple of hours, next is the conversion to propane, using a DIY kit from US Carburetion in West Virginia.
Menno Aartsen
Fredericksburg, VA
December 13th, 2009

Pleasantly surprised

Comment:
This generator, cheap at the price, is a cut or two above the usual Chinese no-brand product (I own two of those, so I can compare, this unit I set up for a neighbour's new house). The unit provides plenty of power for an entire home, provided you're not running any whole house heat pumps. Assembly, fit and finish are better than usual, screws have washers, all of the screws, connectors, plugs are supplied in the box, and the packaging is perfect, especially considering this unit is (expectedly) heavy - it needed two of us to get it onto a pickup truck, and from there into my garage.



Surprisingly, the control panel doesn't just have the usual controls, it has a master breaker, handy if you need to refill, and there is a very useful (and gas saving) idle control. This takes the unit down to idle speed when there is no load, useful if usage is intermittent, as when the unit is used to power tools, rather than near continuous, as it the case when it is used to power a home during a power cut. Noise level is a bit below average, the unit is well tuned, but then it is CARB compliant and California approved.



As your average 10KW portable generator costs at least $600 more than this unit does, I can only recommend it. Please note I have only run this generator for a couple of hours, next is the conversion to propane, using a DIY kit from US Carburetion in West Virginia.
Menno Aartsen
October 12th, 2009

yep its cheap and good...go figure

Comment:
I was a bit skeptical at first because of the price but with electric start and a decent out but and noise rating I thought I have to try this before I spend three times as much for a comprable honda product. First of this unit is heavy...and I mean really heavy...without wheels you need two big guys and with wheels its movable but with brute force and momentum unless your on flat paved ground....Which for me is not always the case. That said it is comprable in weight to others in its power rating so if you in this 10,000 catagory your in for the 300# fueled monster be it this machine or another. Second its quiet but not whisper quite, so lets not confuse quite for a generator with church quite...you can talk in a loud voice and be heard and in the house you can watch tv with it outside, but not outside your window. The unit is reliable and starts right off. I have gone several months without touching the unit and it starts in seconds with no fuss. I have loaded it up and it just goes no questions.... The only thing missing is a lower idle for light loads to save fuel...compared to a honda unit this thing is about 20% less efficient on fuel...I counld run 10 hours on my honda and on this unit I run 8 hrs ont he same 7 gallons of fuel. a great unit at a killer price....
A. Mandeville Somanytools Connecticut
Connecticut
February 1st, 2009

Great product

Comment:
I ordered this generator after a major power outage in my area. It arrived very quickly and in excellent condition. I realize this is a product built in China and the reputation for China is a little in question but this generator is awesome. Started right up, runs nearly my whole house and so far is as dependable as anything I've purchased. I shopped prior to making this purchase and any other brand, for comparable features was from several hundred dollars more to over double the money. So far I'm not the least bit disappointed. And the shipper was fast and very helpful. All in all a great purchasing experience.
R. Cook
November 11th, 2008

The XP10000E

Comment:
Nice machine. Started up immediately! Runs great. Very easy to assemble the few parts required. Great value for the $$$$$!!! Thanks!
John in Texas
July 10th, 2008

Great Value

Comment:
Unit (and company) performed as advertised. Great value and effortless purchase. Common wisdom states that being prepared for a hurricane - by having a generator - keeps the storms away. Sure hope it works
Paul H. Espersen
NC USA
January 3rd, 2008

no problems so far

Comment:
I bought the 10000w pk generator to run a welder, plasma cutter and air compressor, at seperate times of course. I havent had any problems with it although I do only run it when I need to and not all the time. Over all I think it was a great investment.
N. Hilmanowski
November 4th, 2007

Great Generator

Comment:
Received Item as promised, great generator, easy to assemble, at 72 I had it ready to rock and roll in about 2 hour. Packaging was above average and with tailgate delivery I never had to touch the unit until after the driver left. Filled with oil and gas, turn on the gas valve and away it went. I back fed my main panel, hit the transfer switch and powered my whole house with hardly any surge in the generator. Perfect for the backup I wanted. Used 50a 4 wire plug, 4/c #8 cord.
Carlyle S. Walters
October 7th, 2007

excellent so far

Comment:
I was apprehensive about buying this generator because they don't have a network of service centers... they tell you to take it to any small engine shop near you and contact them about charges under warranty. I called their cust svc and talked with them about the need for third party verification regarding parts needed and they assured me none was required.. I could fix it myself if I wanted.. just call them and tell them what I needed and they'd send it out. That seemed fair enough. It took a little over a week to get mine and it was delivered by USF Holland freight and arrived in pristine condition.. hats off to Holland. I got the liftgate delivery and he backed that big semi right up to my garage door...took his hand truck and set the small skid it was banded to in the center of my garage.. he required no help.. I never touched it until he was gone. These come packed in a cardboard carton and the packaging is well engineered.. thick foam all sides.. top and bottom.. all loose parts.. wheel kit.. etc.. in their own little nook in the foam. It is very heavy but you can get it assembled and off the skid working alone.. I did and I'm 62 yrs old. I pulled the front until it overhung the skid about 10 and assembled the wheel kit then pivoted one side of the rear until it overhung and assembled that strut then blocked the rear strut up with a 4x4 and pulled the skid out of the way and assembled the other strut. I filled it with good synthetic blend oil and put about a gallon of gas in it. I turned the fuel valve on.. it's located a few inches to the right of the choke handle. I pulled the choke handle all the way out and tried to start it with the key... the battery was totally dead. I pulled it out and put it on the charger and stuck the battery outa my lawn tractor in it and tried to start it. It was running almost before I could let go of the key. These Duromax units all have an idle control on them so there's no speed adjustments of any kind possible and none needed. It idles very fast.. all generators do.. they have to to produce current. It ran smooth with no fluctuating noticeable in engine speed. Next I took my voltmeter and checked the output on all the current-carrying poles on all the receptacles. I got a steady 119 volts everywhere. With a target of 120 I considered this to be excellent.. my house current won't hold that. The reason I bought this big unit in the first place was I had hoped it would start and run my big window air conditioner... it is huge.. 30k btu's. I plugged the extension cord I had bought into the L14-30 240v receptacle on the generator and ran it inside the house and plugged up the conversion cord I'd made going to the 6-30 plug on the air conditioner and turned it on. It fired right up with no bogging down and I never noticed the engine on the genny pick up at all. I let it run about a half hour... let the compressor on the air conditioner cycle off and on many times and watched the voltmeter on the genny. It never moved.. engine really never picked up speed either so this generator runs that big air conditioner without any strain on it at all.. I was VERY relieved. The other things I plan to run during an outage won't even approach the surge requirements of that big air conditioner so that issue was put to rest. It turned out that the battery in mine was no good.. wouldn't hold a charge even a half hour. I called MaxTool and told them and true to their word there was no hassle.. they sent me a brand new battery and shipped it FexEx at no charge. I wondered if maybe I had been sent a generator that had been sitting in inventory a year or so but no.. the data tag on it shows a MFG date of May 2007.. I bought it in late August so I got a brand new one.. just had a bad battery. I tried the pull start several times and it always starts on one pull. I go out about once every two weeks and start it and let it run awhile to get oil thru it good.. keep a maintenance trickle charger on it all the time. I can't speak to what it will do over time but outa the box it's everything it was promised to be.. I love it so far. I almost bought a Coleman but those units got horrible reviews.. rampant with quality issues.. leaking gas all over.. horrible vibration issues.. etc.. also they have no idle control and most no electric start and are overpriced terribly. I'm glad I bought this Duromax... couldn't be happier at this point.. good luck to you.
A. Alford hobbyist
Niles, MI USA

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