Power outages happen in severe weather events and long duration outages are stressful. Portable generators are the invaluable tool to provide relief, but they pose new dangers when misused. Portable generators must always be used outdoors to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. They also must not be used in wet weather, without the appropriate safety tent, due to the risk of electrocution and damage to the portable generator.
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GenTent® is the only weather proven product on the market that encourages outdoor use and minimizes electrocution and damage risks. Endorsed by portable generator makers, independently tested, patented and referred by Consumer Reports, the GenTent self-attaches, allows the portable generator to cool itself, and keeps sensitive areas dry. The portable generator remains portable, refueling and maintenance remain simple.
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