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Large Portable Dual Fuel Generator

Experience unmatched power with the DuroMax XP13000EH, a dual fuel generator with a robust 500cc engine. Offering a variety of outlets and compliant with emissions standards, it’s perfect for home backup, job sites, and outdoor activities.

  1. Powerful DuroMax Engine: Equipped with a 500cc OHV DuroMax Engine, reaching speeds of 3600 RPM. It includes a fuel gauge, 8.3-gallon gasoline tank capacity, and operates at 74 dB.
  2. Dual Fuel Technology: Offers the flexibility to run on either propane or gasoline, providing freedom in fuel choice and ensuring power availability under various circumstances.
  3. High Power Output: With gasoline, it delivers peak wattage of 13,000 and running wattage of 10,500. On propane, it provides a peak wattage of 12,350 and running wattage of 9,975.
  4. Extended Runtime: Offers a runtime of 17 hours at 25% load and 8 hours at 50% load on gasoline. On propane, it runs for 13 hours at 25% load and 6 hours at 50% load.
  5. Versatile Power Panel: Includes a selection of outlets for diverse applications: one 120/240V 50A heavy-duty outlet, one 120/240V 30A twist lock outlet, one 120V 30A twist lock outlet, and two 120V 20A household outlets.
  6. Emissions Compliance: EPA and CARB approved for use in all 50 states, ensuring adherence to environmental guidelines and making it a responsible choice for power generation.
  7. Ideal for Various Needs: Suitable for heavy loads like lights, refrigerators, air conditioners, and high amperage power tools. Perfect for home backup, job sites, and outdoor recreational use, providing reliable power in any location.


Saturday 17th of February 2024

Can you recommend something like this that you can use with solar panels?


Sunday 17th of March 2024

@Rob Benson, Thanks. I have a dual fuel 3800w generator, but in a societal collapse scenario, I'm concerned with 2 things... the ongoing need for gas/propane. and the noise that alerts my track home neighbors that we have power. So I'm looking into solar charged generators that can be selectively connected to particular home circuits (fridge/freezer and maybe 1 other for minor interior power needs).

I would be interested in what you have to share in this area. Your Feb 18 comment suggests you are currently researching this.

Thanks for everything.

Rob Benson

Sunday 18th of February 2024

I'm testing and trying to figure out the right recommendation. Hopefully soon. Thanks for asking


Saturday 30th of December 2023

Can this be used indoors (with propane) to keep a refrigerator going?

Rob Benson

Saturday 30th of December 2023

With any gas or propane generator, keep it outside and use an extension cord to what needs to be powered.