Diesel Generator Cummins 100kw/130kva 130KW/176HP

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A diesel generator is the combination of a diesel engine with an electric generator (often an alternator) to generate electrical energy. This is a specific case of engine-generator. A diesel compression-ignition engine often is designed to run on fuel oil, but some types are adapted for other liquid fuels or natural gas.

Diesel generating sets are used in places without connection to a power grid, or as emergency power-supply if the grid fails, as well as for more complex applications such as peak-lopping, grid support and export to the power grid.

 

Main Product Features:

1. Engine(DCEC Cummins 6BTAA5.9-G2)

2. Radiator 50OC max, fans are driven by belt, with safety guard 

3. 24V charge alternator

4. Alternator: single bearing alternator IP23, insulation class H/H 

5. Absorber

6. Dry type air filter, fuel filter, oil filter

7. Main line circuit breaker

8. Standard control panel

9. Two12V batteries, rack and cable 

10. Ripple flex exhaust pipe, exhaust siphon, flange, muffler 

11. User manual

 

Product Specifications:

1. Manufacturer / Model: DCEC Cummins 6BTAA5.9-G2, 4-cycle

2. Air Intake System: Turbo, Air/Air Cooling

3. Fuel System: PN type fuel pump     

4. Cylinder Arrangement: 6 in line

5. Displacement: 5.9L

6. Bore and Stroke: 102*120(mm)

7. Compression Ratio: 16.0:1

8. Rated RPM: 1500rpm

9. Max. Standby Power at Rated RPM: 130KW/176HP

10. Governor Type: Electronic


FAQ:

Q1: What is Prime Power and Standby Power Rating?

A1: Prime Power (PRP): Prime power is available for an unlimited number of annual hours in variable load application, in accordance with GB/T2820-97(eqv ISO8528); A 10% overload capability is available for a period of 1 hour within a 12-hour period of operation. Standby Power Rating (ESP): The standby power rating is applicable for supplying emergency power for the duration of a utility power interruption. No overload, utility parallel or negotiated outage operation capability is available at this rating


Q2: How do we guarantee the quality of our products?

A2: We have established an advanced quality management system which conducts strict quality tests at every step, from raw materials to the final product. 


Q3: How soon can we receive the product after purchase?

A3: Within three days of placing an order, we will begin production. The specific shipping date is dependent upon international and government factors, but is typically 30 to 40 workdays.


Q4: What is your after sales service?

A4: CNBM provides a full line of brand new and high quality products. Each and every unit is strictly factory tested. Warranty is according to our standard conditions: a, 15 months, counted on the day CNBM sold to the first buyer; b, One year after installation; c, 1000 running hours (accumulated); subject to the earlier one. Service and parts are available from CNBM or distributors in your location.  

Diesel Generator Cummins 100kw/130kva 130KW/176HP

Diesel Generator Cummins 100kw/130kva 130KW/176HP

Diesel Generator Cummins 100kw/130kva 130KW/176HP


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Q:What generator should i use?
Cheap as possible - go Chinese if you want to use it once a year and don't care if it goes paf at any time. Honda makes some good units if you want quality and back up. You need to add up the power draw of your five normal applications and your 600w lighting load. Add 25% and the unit will be adequate. If your appliances have induction motors you will have to have at least three times the rated power of the motor(s) to get them to start safely. If you need more than 3000 watts of constant power you should consider diesel, for longevity go for slow speed i.e.1500 or 1800 rpm engine speed. Price will range from $400 for a 2500w Chinese thingy up to at least $14,000 for a fully enclosed automatic 12KvA super silenced slow speed diesel unit on a slide. Running costs get high with the bigger petrol units. Inverters are good, but you will still have to generate power some how for the batteries - wind, water, solar, generator etc. Will be more expensive to set up but will be better long term for a cabin or similar. I'll tack on a couple of links below. Good luck.
Q:KIPOR DIESEL GENERATOR KDE 6700TA 5KVA?
hie guys i have a kipor 5kva generator i started it oky after running for 10 miniters and it switched off.i went t check what was wrong and found the generator was overheat.what can cause this problem
Q:onan generator code 33?
This may sound stupid, but check the belt. Make sure it's actually on there. The Onan QD's sometimes throw a belt. I have seen them break too. Make sure that's on. You may have an internal water pump issue as well - impeller fell off, etc (rare but possible). Another issue could be a blocked radiator. If your radiator is blocked with sludge, you may not even know. I usually check various spots on the block, thermostat housing and radiator while running with a infrared temperature probe to see if it's actually getting hot BUT BE CAREFUL doing that because there's a risk of damaging your unit. That's actually a last resort thing. It may just be a bad high temp switch. But make sure everything else is right first. Full radiator, belt, t-stat (you already did). Oh, I just thought - make sure you have the right temp t-stat in there. The one I have in the shop (1997 7.5 Kw HDKAJ Spec D) takes a 71 Degree C (160 degree F) one. Anything higher will set off the high temp system I believe.
Q:Any experienced Electrical Engineers out there?
Is it too late to switch to a 240 volt single phase generator of the same capacity? This would have a 60 amp capability and would handle the surges with no trouble. I don't see how a capacitor will help. If you are stuck with the 3 phase generator, perhaps you can switch the ACs for ones with 3 phase motors. That will spread the surge over the 3 phases. There are also soft-start ACs .
Q:is the chinese air craft carrier powered by diesel engines or a nuclear reactor?
The original Soviet version was nuclear powered, but the Russians took that equipment out before they sold it to the Chinese. There are numerous diesel powered boilers, generators, and turbogenerators installed.
Q:How many amps does it take to run a freight train?
That all depends upon a number of things. First is the type of traction motor that is driving the wheels. Next is the weight of the entire load to be moved by the traction motors. Also is the grade the load is being moved upon. When a locomotive gets up to speed it might not be using many amps by the traction motors to maintain the speed. However, to start from a dead stop on flat track with a very heavy load it could run as high as 200 or more amps. Again, it also would depend upon the number of engines driving the number of generators driving the number of traction motors. A single locomotive might need to use more amps to get up to speed than a combination of locomotives hauling the same load. There are many variables to this question. Given a particular locomotive, types of traction motors, the load weight, it would be easier to calculate what would be needed in amperage. Everything depends upon all of these things. An engineer can burn up a traction motor(s) by exceeding the amount of amps maximum that the motor can handle. The generators don't care, nor do they figure into the problem. The diesels don't care either. They will just turn the generators faster with more RPM's, and the faster they run, the more the generators will produce, but will the traction motors handle what is given them?? It just depends .
Q:What would be the purpose of building a Hybrid-Diesel car for?
The same purpose of having a hybrid gasoline car. Bragging rights, feeling good, being green, and helping to solve a non-existent problem with so called green house gasses.
Q:Is it safe to run AC/Ref systems using diesel generator continiously?
When talking about an electric generator you have to include the quality of the driver as well as well as the control system. If the generator/driver is large enough and the controls are of sufficient quality to maintain the voltage and frequency then it doesn't matter what the power is used for.It will be more than adequate to safely supply AC units or just about any other equipment.
Q:What is the carbon output of a diesel-powered freight train engine?
no expert on the rail industry but i dont believe any US company uses a strictly diesel freight train any more. they have all been diesel electric for awhile now. as far as carbon they should still be lower than a comparable amount of semi's
Q:what are th types of diesel generatore?.?
Yes but they need to match the power source they are replacing.

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