CATEGORY : Portable Generators For House

Pulsar PG15KVTWB VS. Firman H05753

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Pulsar PG15KVTWB

Reasons to buy Pulsar PG15KVTWB:

  • button icon Uses an electric push button to start
  • button icon Air cooled 4 stroke engine
  • button icon 10.6 gallon fuel tank capacity
  • button icon Has a dual fuel capability of gas and propane
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Firman H05753

Reasons to buy Firman H05753 :

  • button icon Large fuel tank capacity – 8 gallons
  • button icon Up to 13 hours of run time on a 1/2 load
  • button icon Comes with a 5.5 ft LPG regulator hose
  • button icon Flexible dual fuel type
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COMPARISON – Pulsar PG15KVTWB VS. Firman H05753

PERFORMANCE:

Portable

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

This generator is portable and can be easily transported

Yes

Yes, it is a portable generator

Starting Watts

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

15000 of starting watts for gasoline and 13500 starting watts for propane

Yes

7100 starting watts for gas and 7125 starting watts for propane

Running Stats

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Runs at 12000 for gas and 11000 for propane

Yes

Runs at 5700 watts for both gas and propane

RV Ready

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

RV Ready - It is CARB compliant and provides high energy for large appliances

Yes

RV ready through multi feature control panel. The outlets are covered

Gas Powered

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Gas powered

Yes

Uses gasoline for emergency power supply

Run Time on Full Tank

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

N/A

Yes

Takes 25 hours of THD at a full load

Recoil Start

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
No

Yes

it has a recoil start

Electric Start

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Electric start

Yes

Electric start system

Dual Fuel

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Dual fuel capability

Yes

it uses a dual fuel technology

FUEL TYPE

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Easily switches between gasoline and propane fuel types

Yes

Operational with both gasoline and propane. Also has an extended 5.5 foot propane hose

AMPERAGE

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

N/A

Yes

20 and 30 Amps

VOLTAGE

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

240 Volts

Yes

120/240 voltage

FREQUENCY

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

N/A

Yes

60 Hz

HORSEPOWER

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

21 HP

Yes

N/A

ENGINE TYPE

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

713 cc engine type

Yes

439 cc dual fuel engine

ENGINE SPEED

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

N/A

Yes

N/A

CARB Compliant

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Is CARB Compliant

Yes

N/A

CSA Certified

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
No

Yes

Certified by EPA

EPA Certified

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Has been approved by EPA and certified

No

Cold Start Technology

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

N/A

No

Easy to Start

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

A simple electric push button to start. It is fast and easy to begin unlike the traditional pull start method

Yes

Easy to start using a simple push of the button. Uses the engine on and off switch

Fuel Tank Capacity (Gasoline)

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

10.6 gallon fuel capacity with a fuel gauge

Yes

8 gallons – very large fuel tank capacity

Suggested Tank Size (Propane)

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

N/A

Yes

N/A

Runtime (Gasoline)

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

About 10 hours after a 1/2 load

Yes

Up to 13 hours of runtime at 1/2 load of gasoline

Runtime (Propane)

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

N/A

Yes

Takes approximately 13 hours at 1/2 propane load

Low Oil Shut-Off

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Built with a low oil shut off to save the engine from damage when oil is finished

Yes

It comes with a low oil shut off to protect engine

Air Cooled

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Engine can be air cooled

Yes

Air cooled using the Phoenix fat head block

Engine Capacity

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

713 cc V-Twin of 4-Stroke engine capacity

Yes

439 cc engine capacity

Voltmeter

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

N/A

Yes

N/A

Noise Level (dBA)

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

77 dBA quiet noise level

Yes

Runs at 74 decibels

Multi-Purpose

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Multipurpose generator – recreation, camping, tailgating, emergency power for homes

Yes

Multi-purpose generator – suitable for worksites, camping, outdoors and delivers emergency power

Heavy Duty

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Heavy duty – can handle providing backup power required for large tools and any other electrical loads

Yes

It’s a heavy duty generator. Able to deliver heavy lightning needs and power up tools

Solar Generator

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
No

No

Framed for Durability

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Features a heavy duty frame that is powder coated with a lifting bar

Yes

Framed for durability using a tubular roll cage frame

Starting method

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Electric start with an on and off button on generator

Yes

Features the electric and recoil starting methods

DESIGN:

Open Frame

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Yes, it has an open frame design

Yes

Built with an open frame design

Outlets

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Features 5 outlets that include; (4) 120V 20A Outlets, (1) 120V 30A twist lock outlet, (1) 120/240V 30A twist lock outlet & (1) 240V 50A RV Outlet

Yes

Includes outlets like 1 L14-30R twist lock 30A-120/240VAC, 1 L5-30R 30A-120VAC and 2 5-20R 120V 20A duplex GFCI type

Portable

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Its wheels and foldable handles enhance portability of this PG15KVTWB

Yes

Portable generator – can be easily transported through the wheels, handle and lightweight

Weight

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

386 pounds in weight

Yes

196 pounds

Wheel type

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Uses the never flat wheels to aid movement of generator

Yes

Heavy duty 10 inch never flat wheels. Maneuvers along multiple floors perfectly

Handle style

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Handle is constructed with a foldable style

Yes

U shaped folding handle. Provides a very comfortable grip

Warranty

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Up to 2 years warranty on parts and 1 year warranty on labor

Yes

Up to3 years of warranty

Dimensions (LxWxH, inches)

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

39.5 x 26.5 x 32 inches

Yes

32.1 x 24.4 x 22.2 inches

Included Accessories

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

N/A

Yes

Oil, owner’s manual, funnel, spark plug wrench and two wrenches for removing protective shipping brackets

SAFETY:

Low Oil Indicator

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Indicates to inform you about low oil in fuel tank

Yes

Turns off on its own to indicate low oil in fuel tank

Low oil shutdown

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

Shuts down automatically once gas or propane has not been added in fuel tank

Yes

Inbuilt low oil shutdown

Noise Level

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

77 decibels noise level

Yes

74 dBA through the whisper series muffler to make it run quietly

CONCLUSION

Pros

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

- It features a 3 in 1 digital voltage, time meter and frequency - Starts at 15000 watts of gasoline and 13,500 watts for propane - Runs at 12000 for gas and 11000 for propane - Generator uses two kinds of fuel (gasoline and propane ) with a simple switch - Contains a heavy duty powder coated frame that contains a lifting bar - Built with up to 5 outlets that include; (4) 120V 20A Outlets, (1) 120V 30A twist lock outlet, (1) 120/240V 30A twist lock outlet & (1) 240V 50A RV Outlet - A large 10.6 gallon fuel tank capacity that delivers an extended run time - A fold down handle type that is suitable for storage and movement - Has a powerful V twin engine that provides a reliable performance - Spends 10 hours running after only a 1/2 load - It is approved for safety by being EPA certified and CARB Compliant - Contains a low oil indicator and automatically shuts down when oil is low in fuel tank - Long warranty period of 2 years - Generator is RV Ready - Portable to shift from one place to another - High 240 voltage

Yes

- Built with a heavy duty wheel kit which is over sized and flat free - includes a high leverage handle that folds for a comfy grip - 3 in 1 data minder which monitors voltage, running hours and frequency - It’s a dual fuel type of gasoline and propane fuel for flexibility - Features a 439 cc fuel engine and a cast iron sleeve - Will automatically shut off once low fuel remains in the tank - 4550 starting watts for gas and 4100 for propane - 3650 of running watts for gas and 3300 watts for propane - Built with a 5.5 foot propane hose that is convenient when using larger propane tank - Multi featured control panel is suitably located with outlet covers to guard from dust, dirt and debris - Can both use the recoil and electric starting method - A 5 gallon fuel tank that can run for 13 hours on a 50% charge - A durable compact tubular roll cage frame design - Generator comes with a 3 year warranty - Arrives with oil, funnel, owner’s manual, and spark plug wrench - It comes with outlets like 1 L14-30R twist lock 30A-120/240VAC, 1 L5-30R 30A-120VAC and 2 5-20R 120V 20A duplex GFCI type

Cons

Pulsar PG15KVTWB
Firman H05753
Yes

- A cold start technology is not included in this generator - It is not completely quite as it provides emergency power - This generator is not CSA certified - Doesn’t uses solar as a fuel source

Yes

- No cold start technology - Cannot be charged using solar - Creates a little noise while running

Overall Winner

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