Subaru Industrial Power Products
Offering complete lines of  durable portable generators and dewatering construction pumps, Subaru integrates its reliable, easy-to-start engine technology with the same technologically advanced equipment design to ensure premium performance for the most demanding applications.                     Subaru offers a pump built with the highest quality and features to meet any demanding application. The Subaru line includes 13 models of varying types of engine-driven pumps, including centrifugal, semi-trash, trash, high-pressure, diaphragm and diesel pumps. All models offer construction-grade features and are equipped with Subaru's industrial engines to ensure easy-starting, low-maintenance and long engine life.  With more than 40 years of experience in generator technology and state-of-the-art engines, Subaru ensures the ultimate level of performance and reliability.  With a complete line of portable generators from 1,100 to 13,000 watts, Subaru offer a model tailored to suit any application in gasoline, diesel and single- or three-phase operation.Subaru portable generators include features that professionals demand and discerning customers require. For applications requires clean power or quiet operation, Subaru offers a series of inverter generators to choose from. All Subaru portable generators are EPA and CARB compliant and are backed by a 3-year limited warranty regardless of application.    

Address

905 Telser Rd
Lake Zurich, IL 60047
Phone: 847.540.7300

Product Categories

Generators, Diesel & Gas; Construction Equipment & Supplies; Pumps, Centrifugal; Dewatering Equipment; Pumps, High-Pressure

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