Generator can use three different fuels

With Tri-Fuel Conversion Kit, the Kohler Pro9.0 generator can use gasoline, propane, and natural gas.

Users can pair the Kohler Pro9.0 generator with the Tri-Fuel conversion kit so the unit can

Kohler Pro9.0 generator
Kohler Pro9.0 generator can be outfitted with a Tri-Fuel conversion kit to burn gasoline, propane or natural gas.
Kohler Tri-Fuel conversion kit
Kohler Tri-Fuel conversion kit.

run on gasoline, propane or natural gas. Users can change fuel type simply by swapping out the fuel hose and turning a dial.

“Our tri-fuel portable generator is a great new option because it provides the convenience of three-in-one functionality,” says Anna Ogurek, senior market analyst for Kohler portable generators. “The Pro9.0 can be quickly adjusted to run on different fuels at home or on the jobsite, based on fuel availability or a user’s individual preference. Propane and natural gas are sometimes selected due to the reduced emissions and run-time cost savings that those fuels can deliver."

An authorized Kohler dealer can quickly configure the new Pro9.0 portable generator with the Tri-Fuel Conversion Kit, while maintaining the product’s original warranty. Like other Kohler portable generators, the Pro9.0 is backed by a premium three-year warranty and the company also offers a free loaner unit – through participating dealers – for any warranty repairs exceeding 24 hours.