Apache Power Industrial is an industrial equipment supplier with locations throughout the US.  Apache Power has warehouses all over the United States to help with your equipment needs.

This article will give you a general idea of the MSRP prices of our equipment if you choose to buy direct:

  • Our diesel generator (ADG8500) has an MSRP value of $6,490.
  • Our air compressor (AGAC250) has a psi @130 @ 13CFM and has an MSRP value of $1,299.
  • Our water pump (AGWP30) has a max pump of 1,000 and max psi of 116 at an MSRP of $599.
  • Our pressure washer (AGPW2700) has a max pressure of 2,700 psi and a max power of 3,600MP at an MSRP of $799.
  • Our gas generator (ADG3500) has a rated output of 3,000 watts and max output of 3,500 watts for an MSRP of $899.
  • Our snow blower (AGSB) has an MSRP of $2,100.
  • Our Generator/Welder(ADGW8500) has an MSRP  of $6,950.

If you have any questions feel free to call our office at 512-591-7824.  We’d be glad to help you.


Safety First

July 20, 2011

Safety is very important when it comes to generators and other power equipment.  Reading the product manual is the number one thing you should do before operating the machinery.  Here are some quick tips that will help you stay safe around your generator:

  • Generators let out poisonous carbon monoxide gas when on.  This is very dangerous considering you cannot see or smell this gas.  Make sure your generator is at least 15 feet away from the buildings or windows and that it is never placed indoors.
  • Do not put your generator cord directly into a wall outlet.  This could cause electrocution.  Plug appliances into the generator individually and make sure you are using a heavy duty outdoor cord.
  • If you are planning on plugging your generator into your home’s wiring system, hire an electrician to make sure it satisfies the safety requirements for your home.
  • Do not overload your generator.  Make sure you are not going over the top wattage of the machine.  Overloading could cause a fire in the power cord.
  • Check if your generator is properly grounded.  Referring back to your trusted safety manual is going to be your best bet.
  • When your generator has been running for a long time, it could end up burning your skin if you touch it.  Make sure the generator has cooled down before you move it.  Place your hand approximately 3 inches above the machine, if you are feeling the heat let it stand until cooled.

I hope you have found these safety tips helpful.  Generators have great benefits when power outages effect your home, just make sure you are safety and properly using it.  Refer to your product manual for additional support.Apache Power Industrial Gas Generator

The Generator-Welder is Apache Power’s newest addition to our product line. It works off diesel fuel and has a single piston motor similar to the ADG8500. It operates by splitting generator power with welding capabilities.
The Generator-Welder is great for remote locations because it is compact and lightweight. It has a direct fuel injection system and an electric starter with an optional recoil starter. It also has AC and DC outputs and a large fuel tank capacity of four gallons.
This product is ideal for ranchers, utility companies, road-side assistance, oil field areas, and remote fence repair. If you want more information on how to order your own Apache Generator-Welder, do not hesitate to call us. We would be more than happy to get you started with your new “go-to” piece of equipment.

The diesel generator is our best seller.  Here is more information about it:


  • 1-cylinder, 4-cycle, overhead-valve, air-cooled 3600 RPM
  • Electric start
  • Remote start with a 15-20 foot range
  • Enclosed casing for eliminating engine noise
  • Capable of continuous 12 hour run time
  • 120/240 Compatible
  • Fuel Capacity: 3.96 (gal.)
  • Fully powered control panel with volt meter, circuit breaker and 110 GFI/240 outlet


Apache’s Diesel Generator is unique for its enclosed casing for eliminating engine noise. With a capacity of a 12 hour run time and an engine that produces 6500 watts of surge power, this 8500 Diesel Generator is what you need for all your industrial needs. Apache’s 8500 Diesel will run your electric water pumps, heaters, AC units and is a must-have for all commercial job sites.

Detailed Specification

Rated Watts (kW) 4,800
Max Surged Watts (KW) 5,200
Frequency (Hz) 60
Rated Voltage (V) 120/240
DC Voltage & current (V-A) 12-8.3
Speed 3600rpm
Phase type single
Excitation self-excitation voltage
Engine 186FG, air cooled
Weight (lbs.) 374lbs.
HP: 10 HP: 9.8

July 13, 2011

1.     Make sure you know your product manual inside and out before operating your product.

2.       Have back up supplies such as fuel and filters in case of an emergency and you can’t run out to get them.

3.       Keep your generator in a dry area and make sure it’s clean.  Getting dirt or water in your generator can cause unnecessary problems.

4.       Be aware of your warranty expiration date and know the procedure if you transfer ownership of your equipment.

5.       Many replacement parts for your Apache equipment can be found at your local Apache Service Centers.

6. Check the overall condition of your equipment at least twice a year.  If you find loose wires or bolts it could be time for a service checkup.

7. When trying to find the serial number on your Apache product, it is going to the very last line of number and letters you see and is typically  located near the side of the motor.

8. Keep your generator in a safe place at least 15 ft. away from your home or business.

9. Turn off all equipment powered by your generator before turning the generator on/ off.

10. You can damage your generator by overloading it. Know your needed wattage.  Only plug in essential items.