On-Site Magazine

MX Fuel power supply

By Adam Freill   

Construction Equipment

(Photo courtesy of Milwaukee Tool)

The MX Fuel Carry-On 3600W/1800W power supply from Milwaukee Tool is part of the company’s MX Fuel Equipment System. Designed to provide temporary power for the job, the unit can supply 3,600 peak watts or 1,800 running watts of pure sine wave energy, offering the ability to power everything from high-demand 15A tools to sensitive electronics.

“Historically, generators have been a frustrating jobsite nuisance. Not only do they have to be operated outdoors due to excessive noise, but users must also worry about dangerous emissions, hazardous extension cords, gas prices, and engine repairs. Additionally, users who are reliant on shared power sources such as spider boxes are often met with the frustrations of tripped breakers, extension cords, and voltage drops” said Andrew Lentz, director of product marketing for Milwaukee Tool. “The MX Fuel Carry-On power supply is not only safer than gas-powered generators, but it can also be used indoors, eliminates the need for gasoline and extension cords, and doesn’t require engine maintenance, thus reducing downtime and allowing users to get jobs done faster!”

Featuring a compact size, and generating zero emissions, the power supply can safely be operated in confined, indoor spaces. A roll cage provides durability for outdoor jobsite use as well.

The lithium-ion based battery-powered unit is designed to deliver enough power to run one 15 Amp tool and one lower wattage device simultaneously, it can be powered by a single battery or two batteries for double the run-time.




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