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I'm looking at buying a virtually unused Clarke G90 generator but am concerned at the potential noise level. Does anybody know how many db it runs at please ??

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A 90KW Genset produces at least 130dB's out in the open. It can produce more depending on the location. Some locations may produce an echo. I recommend you look into a sound antenuated enclosure, which will reduce the sound by more than 60%.

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