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Operator manual for the DK5000E & DK7300E. Detailing: safety,operation and maintenance.

DK5000E & DK7300E PORTABLE DIESEL GENERATOR OPERATOR'S MANUAL download file View PDF

Operator manual for EC2500, EC2600, EC3300 and EC5000: Detailing: safety, operation and maintenance.

EC Operators Manual download file View PDF
Z97036 EC Generator Manual.070313.pdf download file View PDF

Operator manual for EU5000E, EU6000 and EU7200E: Detailing: safety, operation and maintenance.

EU Portable Generator download file View PDF

Operator manual for Compact Portable Generators: Backup Power Series: WHC2500, WHC3000, WHC5000 Jobsite Rated Series: WCC2500, WCC3000, WCC5000 Detailing: safety, operation and maintenance.

Compact Portable Generator Operators Manual download file View PDF

Operator manual for Heavy Duty Portable Generators: Backup Power Series: WHS12000, WHS12000R, WHS14000, WHS14000R Jobsite Rated Series: WCS12000, WCS12000R, WCS14000, WCS14000R Detailing: safety, operation and maintenance

Heavy Duty Portable Generator Operators Manual download file View PDF

Operator manual for Compact Portable Generators: Backup Power Series: WHS3000, WHS3000R, WHS5000, WHS5000R, WHS7000, WHS7000R Jobsite Rated Series: WCS3000, WCS3000R, WCS5000, WCS5000R, WCS7000, WCS7000R Detailing: safety, operation and maintenance.

Standard Portable Generator Operators Manual download file View PDF

Operator manual for GF5000A, GF5000EA, GF6000A, GF6000EA and GF7200EA: Detailing: safety, operation and maintenance.

GF Model Portable Generator download file View PDF

Operator manual for HD5000E and HD7300E Diesel Generators: Detailing: safety, operation and maintenance.

HD Series Portable Generator download file View PDF

Operator manual for HUF12000E and HUF12000EA: Detailing: safety, operation and maintenance.

HUF12000E: S/N 5910034 to S/N 6910198 HUF12000EA: S/N 7110016 to S/N 7110078 download file View PDF
HUF12000E: Starting S/N 6910199 HUF12000EA: Starting S/N 7110079 download file View PDF

The Wallenstein Spec Book is intended as a reference for people selling or purchasing Wallenstein equipment. It is intended to further explain features and specifications which are outside the scope of the product catalogue. The Spec Book incorporates answers to the frequently asked questions.

Spec Book 2016 download file View PDF
Spec Book 2017 download file View PDF

Technical reference manual for Sales, Parts and Service

TechBook - Sales, Parts and Service Reference 2016 download file View PDF

Operator manual for WDC160, WDC190E and WDC190EA: Detailing: safety, operation and maintenance.

WDC Models Portable Welder/Generator download file View PDF

Parts Manual for DK5000E Diesel Generator

DK5000E Generator Parts Manual S/N's: DK50001 to DK50009 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
DK5000E Generator Parts Manual S/N’s #DK50010 and on download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts Manual for DK7300E Diesel Generator

DK7300E Generator Parts Manual S/N’s DK70001 to DK70024 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
DK7300E Generator Parts Manual Starting with S/N’s DK70025 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for EC2500/ EC2600 Chipper

EC2500/2600 Generator Parts Manual download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for EC3000SU Chipper

EC3000SU Generator Parts Manual Starting with S/N’s 2130002 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for EC3300 Chipper

Prior to S/N 6710145 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
S/N 6710145 & After download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for EC5000 Chippe

EC5000 Generator Parts Manual download file View PDF with Price Lookup
EC5000GFI Generator Parts Manual Starting with S/N’s 8310158 & 8510001 and on download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for EU5000 / EU5000E Chipper

EU5000/ EU5000E Generator Parts Manual download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for EU6000/ EU6000E Chipper

EU6000/ EU6000E Generator Parts Manual download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for EU7200E Chipper

EU7200/EU7200E Generator Parts Manual download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for GF5000A/ GF5000EA Chipper

GF5000A/ GF5000EA Generator Parts Manual download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for GF6000A/ GF6000EA/ GF7200EA Chipper

GF6000A/ GF6000EA/ GF7200EA Generator Parts Manual download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for HD5000E Chipper

Prior to S/N 8110077 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
S/N 8110077 & After download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for HD7300E Chipper

Prior to S/N 8210035 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
S/N 8210035 & After download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts manual for HUF12000E AND HUF12000EA

HUF12000E: S/N 5910034 to S/N 6910198 HUF12000EA: S/N 7110016 to S/N 7110078 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
HUF12000E: S/N 6910199 HUF12000EA: S/N 7110079 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WCC3000 Starting with S/N 40000 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WCC5000 Starting with S/N 64000 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WCS12000 see Rev A1/ WCS12000R S/N 127000 - 127001 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
WCS12000 S/N 126000 - 126002 / WCS12000R S/N 127002 and on (Rev A1) download file View PDF with Price Lookup
WCS12000 S/N 126003 and on / WCS12000R S/N 127002 and on (Rev A1) download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WCS14000 see Rev A1 / WCS14000R S/N 148000 - 148001 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
WCS14000 S/N 147000 - 147002 / WCS14000R S/N 148002 - 148004 (Rev A1) download file View PDF with Price Lookup
WCS14000 Starting with S/N 147003 / WCS14000R Starting with S/N 148005 (Rev A1) download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WCS3000 Starting with S/N 41000 / WCS3000R Starting with S/N 31000 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WCS5000 Starting with S/N 61000 / WCS5000R Starting with S/N 62000 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WCS7000 Starting with S/N 77000 / WCS7000R Starting with S/N 78000 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts Book for WDC160

WDC160 Parts Manual – S/N 8210119 & up download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WDC190E Parts Manual – S/N 8310094 & up download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WDC190EA Parts Manual – up to S/N 8110040 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
WDC190EA Welder/Generator Parts Manual – S/N 8110041 & up download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WHC2500 Starting with S/N 27000 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WHC3000 Starting with S/N 39000 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WHC5000 Starting with S/N 58000 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WHS12000 Starting with S/N 124000 / WHS12000R Starting with S/N 125000 (Rev A1) download file View PDF with Price Lookup
WHS12000 Starting with S/N 124001 / WHS12000R Starting with S/N 125001 (Rev A1) download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WHSWHS14000 See Rev A1 / WHS14000R S/N 146000 - 146002 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
WHS14000 S/N 140000 - 140007/ WHS14000R S/N 146003 - 146004 (Rev A1) download file View PDF with Price Lookup
WHS14000 Starting with S/N 140008 / WHS14000R Starting with S/N 146005 (Rev A1) download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WHS3000 Starting with S/N 30000 / WHS3000R Starting with S/N 50000 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WHS5000 Starting with S/N 59000 / WHS5000R Starting with S/N 60000 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories.

WHS7000 Starting with S/N 76000 / WHS7000R Starting with S/N 70000 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
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The Jobsite Rated series features Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) protection, either on the individual outlets or at the main panel breaker. This is to meet federal safety regulations for jobsite use. The Backup Power series does not have this feature. Note that some transfer switches, and some sump pumps do not work with GFCI.

Wallenstein alternators are brushless with full copper windings. They feature varistors to help with overheat protection, and capacitors to ensure proper voltage.

The Wallenstein alternator uses brushes and full copper windings. There are two separate windings—one for the electrical outlets and one for welding. The welding current is passed through rectifiers to convert the output to DC. The welder is protected by a thermal breaker, which resets itself after the unit has cooled down.

The two oil fill holes are in the GX series single-cylinder engines. These engines can be mounted many different ways. Honda has provided two filler holes and two drain plugs to ensure that one of each is accessible.

For the filler holes, the grey cap has the dipstick. The black cap is a plug. The GC engines only have one plug.

We do not have a showroom, nor do we carry inventory at the factory. We build strictly to order. All units are crated and shipped out once complete. Therefore, we would not have one here for you to see. We recommend that you visit your nearest dealer. Please see our online dealer locator.

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Sales and service are done exclusively through our dealers and distributors. Please locate your nearest dealer by using the DEALER LOCATOR on our website.

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The outlets are live while welding, but the voltage is too low and unsteady to be useful.

The Kubota engine used in the DK7300E features a glow plug. The smaller Kohler engine used in the DK5000E does not.

Wallenstein does not currently manufacture a generator with an inverter or AVR. We do not recommend using our portable generators to run sensitive electronics.

The engines are covered by the engine manufacturer. The owner is responsible for registering the engine with the appropriate engine manufacturer or distributor, as outlined in the Engine Owner’s Manual which accompanied your Wallenstein product. All warranty work must be done by one of the engine manufacturer’s approved servicing dealers.

We do not offer automatic or remote-start kits for our generators.

If you intend to use the generator as home backup, around the home, or recreational use, choose one of the Backup Power Series. If you intend to use it on a jobsite as a contractor, choose one of our Jobsite Rated series. The other considerations are size and particular features required.

The auto-idle controller monitors the power wires to the outlets for current passing through them. When it senses current in the wires it means that a load is being powered, and it allows the engine to run at full throttle. If it does not sense current passing through the wires, it means there is no draw on the generator and it energizes a solenoid to close the engine throttle. This is particularly helpful in situations where the generator is powering electric tools.

Most Wallenstein models are delivered partially assembled in a crate. Some assembly is required. Always check fluids on models which contain fluids before use.

Modern engines are designed to run most efficiently at full governed RPM. Therefore, our engine-powered equipment is designed to run most efficiently at the same RPM. Running engine-powered equipment at less than full throttle is counterproductive. Engines usually require a moment to warm up enough to accept full throttle and load.

On normal engine-powered generators, voltage fluctuates with engine RPM. This is harmful to computers. We do not recommend using our portable generators to run sensitive electronics.

Diesel engines do not have an ignition or carburetion system. Because of this, they run cooler with less maintenance. Diesel engines will run longer on the same amount of fuel, so they are less expensive to operate. Diesel fuel is also less flammable, so it is considered safer to use. Diesel engines are built heavier to withstand the stress caused by the high compression ratios required to ignite the fuel as well as the stresses caused by their heavy-duty use, so they are tougher and last longer. They operate most efficiently at 50% load for long periods of time. For these reasons, a diesel generator has the advantage on construction sites and mines where they are required to operate lights, heaters, pumps and so on day and night.

Diesel engines are much more costly to purchase. They are much heavier to lift and move around. Also, they are not environmentally friendly with noise, odour and exhaust emissions. Diesel engines require pressure and heat to ignite the fuel, so they require at least 50% load at all times to run efficiently, otherwise the engine will suffer reliability issues. For these reasons, diesel engines are not recommended for use as home backup.

The manufacturers of the diesel engines we use all recommend low or ultra-low sulfur fuel. A maximum of 20% biodiesel (B20) is also recommended. The quality of the fuel is important.

Always keep the fuel tank clean. Always refill the fuel tank from a clean container using fresh fuel from a reputable, high volume retailer. Please see your engine owner’s manual for specifications.

Welder-generators include:

  • A 25 ft (7.6 m) work lead with clamp and Dinse-style connector.
  • A 25 ft (7.6 m) electrode lead with twist-grip style electrode holder and Dinse style connector
  • A welding helmet.

You will require a transfer switch that switches the neutral. Wallenstein generators have the neutral wires bonded to ground to meet CSA certification. Not all transfer switches work with bonded neutrals or GFCI breakers. Please consult a licensed electrician and the manufacturer of the transfer switch. Wallenstein does not provide transfer switches.

Normally the two windings in the alternator are wired in series, so that the total wattage is distributed through the 120 V and 240 V sides of the panel. The full power switch reconfigures the wiring so that they are wired in parallel. This allows the total wattage to be available at each of the 120 V outlets. This is helpful with motors that have a high starting requirement. The 240 V outlets are not useable when the full power switch is in the “120 V MAX” position.

The Load Monitor monitors and displays the total running time of the generator, the wattage being drawn from the alternator, and the frequency of the power supplied. The wattage being drawn from the alternator is equivalent to the load being put on the engine. Because diesel engines require at least 50% load at all times to avoid reliability problems, this is a valuable tool to ensure that the generator is being used to its maximum efficiency and reliability.

The manufacturers of the engines we use all recommend a high quality, detergent mineral oil. Specifics such as viscosity, vary with oil manufacturer and climate. Please see your engine owner’s manual for specificifications and the use of synthetic oils.

The manufacturers of the gasoline engines we use all recommend regular unleaded gasoline, with a minimum octane rating of 87. A maximum of 10% ethanol (E10) is also allowed.

The quality of the fuel is what is important. Always keep the fuel tank clean. Always refill the fuel tank from a clean container using fresh fuel from a reputable, high volume retailer. Please see your engine owner’s manual for specifications.

QPS safety regulations for portable generators require the neutral wires and ground wires be tied together (bonded) to the frame.

Wallenstein welder-generators have a duty cycle of 50% at full current. This means that the operator can weld for 5 minutes straight, but then must allow the welder to cool down for 5 minutes in order to prevent overheating.

Please see our warranty statement on our website, www.wallensteinequipment.com, for the terms and conditions.

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The welder-generators produce DC welding output suitable for SMAW (Stick) welding.

To calculate your needs, consider everything that the generator could be running at the same time. Loads such as electric motors require several times more power to start than they do to run, so use the starting wattage. Calculate the total number of watts that the generator can be expected to provide. Purchase a generator that has a surge capacity that is above this. A generator that is too small will not do the required job and will have safety and reliability issues. A generator that is too large may have reliability issues, since engines are designed to run with a load on them.

The engine versions we use do not have a reduction gearbox. However, most of the engine models we use are available with one. Honda mentions them in the owner’s manuals because the manuals cover all versions of each engine.

Every Wallenstein model is designed to meet all applicable safety standards. Because of our careful design process, we cannot custom build equipment.

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