Stationary Engine GX100
The Stationary Engine GX100 engine is frequently used by customers in commercial lawn and garden equipment.
It’s also used to power Construction/Industrial Equipment, as well as in Agricultural settings – including the powering of Water Pumps.
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FUEL EFFICIENT, HIGH OUTPUT OPERATION
The GX100’s Precision Camshaft design offers precise valve timing and optimal valve overlap for better fuel efficiency.
It draws on decades of Honda engineering with its OHV design, delivering increased efficiency and optimal power transfer for where you need it.
And the Stationary Engine GX100 incorporates a high compression ratio for better fuel efficiency than its competitors.
A ball bearing-supported crankshaft and precision engineered components result in greater stability and lower vibration for you, no matter what the application.
The use of lightweight, noise-reducing materials and a forged steel crankshaft & rigid crankcase results in an exceptionally quiet engine that incorporates a large capacity, multi-chamber exhaust system.
And with a sophisticated air intake system, Oil Alert, large fuel tank, easily accessible spark plug and Cast Iron cylinder sleeve, the GX100 will work as hard as you with minimal fuss – day in, day out.
3 YEAR WARRANTY
The Stationary Engine GX100, just like the entire GX Engine range, is covered by an extensive Honda 3 Year Warranty.
That 3 years is relevant to both Domestic and Commercial applications, so you can rest assured with the knowledge that your GX100 is built to last.
* The power rating of the engine indicated in this document is the net power output tested on a production engine for the engine model and measured in accordance with SAE J1349 at 3600 rpm. Mass production engines may vary from this value.
Actual power output for the engine installed in the final machine will vary depending on numerous factors, including the operating speed of the engine in application, environmental conditions, maintenance and other variables.