Yeah, it happens. Most famously, it happened last night when the power failed, the New Orleans Superdome went dark, and CBS lost its feed from the broadcast booth. While a power outage at your home or business won’t leave millions hanging, it can be a huge inconvenience (at the very least).
Whether or not you were a Boy Scout, you know that it always helps to be prepared, and a generator is probably one of the best precautionary preparations you can make. Ever wonder how, exactly, it works? In a nutshell, generators move electrons through a conductor to create power; magnets force electrons to move along a wire while putting pressure on them.
When it comes to backup power, we’ve got you covered. Check out our Machinery & Tools category to find the right generator to keep the lights on, no matter what.