POWER SUPPLY IN FOOD TRUCKS
The increasing trend of food trucks around the town. Growing up served by soft cones to grown-ups demanding tacos and gumbo, burger to appetizers, the food truck has become a massive business opportunity. For those thinking of starting a food truck business, the first consideration made is the power supply, as moving from one place to another, the power supply requirement won’t be fulfilled by plugging in the switch each time the truck stops around.
NEED OF GENERATORS
Here comes the solution to the electricity problem, which is the use of generators. Since the generator will be needed to place inside the truck, some other considerations are required to be made while looking for the generator size for the food truck.
A 2000-watt generator is a perfect fit to be placed in a food truck. Furthermore, inverter generators are the priority these days which have replaced the old-school heavy conventional-style generators. Inverter generators are capable of producing clean energy with pure power generation ideal to place around food items. The clean and quality power production give you peace of mind and you won’t be worried about any chances of accidental spikes or surges. This allows you to plug in sensitive electric appliances as well such as speakers to catch the attention of potential food customers.
Another great feature supported by inverter generators is that they are eco-throttle, which means that they can adjust the engine speed automatically for the required load. This makes the generator power-efficient and reduces the need to refuel unnecessarily.
SUGGESTION FOR FOOD TRUCK EFFICIENT GENERATORS
With the production of 2000-watts, Yamaha EF2000iS provides inverter technology with a power-efficient feature that reduces your overall fuel expenditure and offers low-maintenance. This generator is capable of lighting cash registers, lights, small fridges, small cooking appliances, and blenders.