I am a little confused with how many amps you are drawing, I have never seen a generator with a "Total Amps" meter.
If you have 235 amps per phase then we would say the breaker has a 235 amp load.
Each pole of a 700 amp breaker is rated 700 amps but we do not call it a 2100 amp breaker.
A typical 700 amp breaker should not be loaded to more than 80% (560 amps per leg) for periods exceeding 3 hours. That is unless you have a 100% rated breaker, most are not.
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