Some people like having machinery tucked away and hidden from view. The idea is to keep the garage clutter-free and clear of all industrial equipment. However, this is a bit difficult to do with a Kranzle because of the GFCI plug they use and the built-in protections.
For machines left plugged into a live outlet, the GFCI plug never resets while plugged into a powered outlet. The user must flip the switch on the unit to turn it on and off. But, if at any point the machine is unplugged and plugged back in, or power to the outlet is lost, the GFI reset button on the GFCI plug must be pressed. This is required every time the machine is plugged back in.
Using the system in a typical scenario, you will not unplug the machine from the wall when not in use. I recommend just leaving your wall outlet switch “on” at all times so you can get your Kranzle plugged in. Then flip the button on the machine as needed.