DuroMax XP10000E vs Westinghouse WH7500E is an article where we compare the most important functions of these 2 very good portable generators.
In case you are searching for a portable generator which has enough power to run your appliances or other tools for at least 10 hours then you should always look for a generator which can release enough watts to run everything.
DuroMax XP10000E vs Westinghouse WH7500E
DuroMax XP10000E and Westinghouse WH75000E are both good enough to run almost anything when needed so the only question we want to answer is which one is better.
Starting and Running watts
In terms of starting wattage DuroMax XP10000E has a peak of 10000 watts which is enough to run almost everything in your house.
Westinghouse has a wattage peak of 9000 watts which also is very good for a portable generator.
DuroMax XP10000E runs with a constant 8000 watts and Westinghouse WH7500E runs with a constant 7500 watts.
Even is is not a big difference we can say that the DuroMax XP10000E vs Westinghouse WH7500E power comparison is won by DuroMax because is a little more powerful than Westinghouse.
Engine and Operational volume
Westinghouse WH7500E is having a cast iron sleeved 420cc OHV engine with 12.8hp (horsepower) and 3600 RPM with the Operational Volume at 71dB which means that this portable generator is a little noisy. Even so this Westinghouse generator is EPA approved and also CARB-compliant.
On the other hand, DuroMax XP10000E has an iron sleeved with steel bearings 420cc air-cooled OHV engine with 16hp and 3600 RPM.
The Operational Volume is 72dB which is also a little noisy like Wastinghouse. DuroMAx Xp10000E is Epa approved but is not CARB-compliant.
The real difference for Duromax XP10000E vs Westinghouse WH7500E engine comparison is made by the Horsepower which is higher for the DuroMax generator.
Running time and fuel tank
Westinghouse WH75000E has a fuel tank of 6.6 gallons and the consumption is .80 gallons per hour with a full load.
This portable generator can run for up to 12 hours with a 50% load for each full fuel tank. The running time is real amazing for such a great generator which can run your appliances or any other tools in case of power outage.
DuroMax XP10000E has a fuel tank of 8.3 gallons and the consumption with a full load is .60 gallons per hour. The generator can run for up to 10 hours with a 50% load with each full fuel tank.
DuroMax XP10000E running time is more than enough to cover all your needs during a power outage or in case you take the generator with you when camping.
Both these generators have a Low Oil Shutdown function which is really helpful.
As you can see the DuroMax XP10000E vs Westinghouse WH7500E running time comparison is very close and the best of them is Westinghouse WH7500E because can run for up to 12 hours with each full fuel tank and with a 50% load.
Even so DuroMax XP10000E is more powerful so you need to take into consideration this fact when buying.
Outlets and voltage
DuroMax XP10000E has 6 outlets with 2 of them being 120/240V, one is 30 amp and the second is 50 amp for heavy duty.
Here are the outlets for this portable generator:
- (1) 120V, 30-amp twist-lock
- (1) 120/240V, 30-amp twist-lock
- (2) 120V, 20-amp, 3-prong
- (1) 120/240V, 50-amp heavy duty
- (1) 12V, 10-amp utility
Westinghouse WH7500E has 5 outlets
- One L14-30R 120/240 twist-lock
- Four 5-20R 120V
Both Westinghouse WH7500E and DuroMax XP10000E have Automatic Voltage Regulation.
Taking into consideration all these facts we can say that DuroMax XP10000E is better than Westinghouse WH7500E when it comes to the number of outlets available.
We can say many things about Westinghouse WH7500E and DuroMax XP10000E and one of them is that both have all that you need to run almost anything in your house or anywhere else.
Westinghouse WH7500E has many other things included like the following:
- Wheel kit
- A Multi-function LCD as a user interface
- An electric start and a recoil start
- Fuel Gauge
DuroMax XP10000E also features some nice functions like:
- Electric/manual start
- Fuel Gauge
- Wheel kit
As you can see both have almost the same functions but as you already know the real difference is made by the Starting and Running wattage.
DuroMax XP10000E vs Westinghouse WH7500E comparison conclusion
DuroMax XP10000E is more powerful and of course more expensive.
Wesinghouse WH7500E doesn’t have the same power as DuroMax XP10000E but even so it is a great portable generator to have.
If we need to choose of portable generator to recommend from these two then we make 2 decisions
If you can afford to pay more then DuroMax XP10000E is the best choice but if you want to pay a little less but still have a great generator then you should choose Westinghouse WH7500E.
Also you should take into consideration that Westinghouse WH7500E can run for up to 12 hours with a smaller fuel tank so if you don’t have any heavy duty tools then you should choose Westinghouse.