After 6 design iterations, the GenTent XKi is a reality. This new mounting option for inverter generators expands the total available market by an estimated 30%. We have a unique omni-adjustable corner bracing method that employs an adjustable joint that I am happy with. The big investment in tooling has been made and steel is currently being cut. Looking forward to response to our announcement and what people have to say at the National Hardware Show and the Governor's Hurricane conference! All just in time for campers, Rvers, tailgaters, and a range of outdoor activities, not to mention emergency responders in wet weather.
 Read the full release on MarketWire Today!
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"As a food truck service based in central Illinois, we experience a great deal of inclement weather and need to rely on our portable generators to operate in any conditions," says Daniel Krause, owner, The Cracked Truck. "We purchased many GenTents to keep our generators fully protected from the elements and found it extremely easy and quick to assemble and disassemble. Now we can ensure uninterrupted business by operating our generators without worrying about them being ruined by rain -- a great advantage for anyone in our service industry."
With over 5000 sold worldwide,  nearly two hundred GenTents are already in use by the National Guard CERFP teams across thirty-two bases covering the U.S., Puerto Rico and Hawaii.
"The new GenTent XKi mounting kit satisfies the need for an easy to install, GenTent innovated mounting method for inverter generators," said Mark Carpenter, Inventor and CEO, GenTent Safety Canopies. "Now GenTents completely cover the entire spectrum of the portable generator marketplace and ensure safe generator operations for continuous power supply, avoiding electrocution and CO poisoning risks, anytime and anyplace."
GenTent products are engineered to be more affordable and convenient than stationary, steel generator enclosures, retrofit plastic sheds or DIY dog houses.