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Powerhouse PH4000RiE

New powerhouse generator features fuel injection system

Being off the grid doesn’t mean people have to be powerless, especially with the Powerhouse PH 4000Ri/E inverter generator, Coast Distribution announced today.

Whether people are camping, working or facing a natural disaster, the reliable portable power of the PH4000Ri/E with electronic fuel injection goes wherever people go to deliver the power they need.

The PH4000 puts out 4,000 watts of clean power, which is enough to run a 15,000-Btu air conditioner, lights, fridge and a coffeemaker — or several power tools all at the same time.

The PH4000Ri/E is the first Powerhouse portable generator with electronic fuel injection (EFI), which gives it a number of very useful advantages, including excellent cold weather starting and hot restarts, the release noted, adding that the EFI produces superior horsepower and improves performance at high altitude.

Other EFI advantages of the PH4000 include a self-priming fuel system, fuel economy and cleaner emissions.

The PH4000 has an electric starter with a large battery, which also eases cold weather starting. The included remote control starts or stops the generator from up to 75 feet away.

Powerhouse inverter technology delivers clean, clear power that won’t damage sensitive electronics like laptops, flat screen TVs and game consoles, according to the release. An onboard digital screen displays voltage, amperage, wattage, fuel level and information from the self-contained diagnostic system.

Quiet enough to meet National Park Service guidelines for campground use, the PH4000 also meets the stringent air quality standards established by California Air Resources Board (CARB), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) certifications.

The PH4000 features telescoping wheelbarrow style handles and pneumatic tires for easier handling and smooth movement even on rough terrain.

Powerhouse Products manufactures inverter generators for use in outdoor sports, construction, agriculture and emergency applications.

For more information, visit or call 800.495.5858.

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