Champion Inverter Generators is popular among consumers who need high quality residential generators and industrial equipment. What makes them so popular is that Champion is very consistent in producing high quality equipment. This means that if you purchase a Champion inverter generator you won’t have to worry about purchasing another one within a few months. Champion Inverter Generators is easy to install and operate, but how do they rate when it comes to the performance and durability of their equipment?
This Champion Inverter Generator review is going to take a closer look at these generators. After testing two of the competitor’s top products, we have determined that inverter unit is the best and why. The two units that were tested are the Champion 2021 watt inverter and the Champion inverter system. The purpose of this review is to share consumer knowledge with consumers who are interested in purchasing these types of generator systems. Below is the breakdown of the ratings and features of each unit.
The first thing that we wanted to check was how much energy each inverter generator system could produce. The two systems had the same wattage rating but one installed larger than the other. So, we decided to check the output of each and determine which one produced more energy. It turns out that the higher wattage unit produced twice as much energy as the lower wattage unit. This means that if you need to use a higher wattage than you should purchase the higher rated unit.
The next feature to check is the inverter generator’s ability to withstand the test of time. Champion Inverter Generators is known for being durable, so we were wondering how long each of these units would last. We put each unit through all of our regular maintenance procedures, such as cleaning the blades, checking the fluid levels, changing the oil, etc., and checked the inverter generators’ ability to withstand these tests. Both units lasted for over six months before wearing down. This means that they were built to last!
The final thing that we wanted to look at was how the fuel operated the generator. Both Champion Inverter Generators and the Champion Portable Generators are powered by one or two nitrous oxide tanks. The fuel is stored in the tank, so there was no need to look at where the fuel went during our testing. So, both units could be run on the same type of fuel (nitrous oxide). However, the winner on fuel was the portable model which had the fuel tank located in a different location, allowing the fuel to be replenished faster when needed.
Another thing that we wanted to test was just how long the running time of the portable generator would last in our cold weather test. Both the Champion Inverter Generator and the portable generator were rated for eighty-five hours of operation on a one-hour time cycle. Although the portable generator was not as long as the other model, it did feel much longer than the other.
The final thing we looked at was how long the heat exchanger in the Champion Inverter Generator or the heat exchanger in the other models would take to cool the air inside the building. The inverter generators we looked at were about three times more efficient at heating air than the conventional generators. The heat exchanger in the conventional generators is also much larger and is not as effective at taking in hot air from outside. However, this particular feature will work well in both hot and cold weather conditions. Again, this means that in addition to saving money on your heating and cooling bills you will also save on your electric bill.
Finally we checked the run time for both the Champion Inverter Generator and the others we looked at. The run time of the inverter generators was measured in hours and measured over the entire month of December. The average run time was fifteen hours, which is good. The heat exchanger in the portable generator was tested at fifteen hours over the same period. The average time taken to cool the air coming into the building was six hours. This means that not only will you be saving money on your heating and cooling bills, but you will also be saving money by being able to cool the air that comes into your home during the winter.