Disel Generator Set Supply Power For Building

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CUMMINS series diesel generator power coverage from 16kw~220kw 。
Adopting  DCEC Cummins, it's manufacturing base invested by Cummins in China, who is specializing in low or medium power diesel engine .The prime products are 4B,6B,6C,6L series diesel engine Gen-set. with globally uniform quality standard, compact structure ,reliable capability, high ly durability, safety and emission. 

 

Power coverage from 16kw~200kw
Model: GF: Open type &GFS: Soundproof /Silent/Supper silent type
Engine: DCEC Cummins
Speed: 1500/1800rpm


Alternator: Stamford /Leroysomer /Marathon/ABB

IP &Insulation Class: IP22-23 &F/H
Frequency: 50/60HZ
Controller: Deepsea/Comap/Smartgen/DKG/Others
ATS  System: Smartgen/ABB/SOCOMIC /Others
Silent&Supper silent  Gen-set Sound level: 63-75db(at 7m sid

 

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Q:Does any one have experience with kubota generators?
Kubota diesel plants are being used more and more in industry, replacing some of the old standbys like Kohler, Perkins and even Caterpillar in lighter applications. I don't think you will regret buying a Kubota.
Q:How long does Diesel last in storage for generators?
Let me explain something to you: Hybrid is a drive configuration. Diesel is an energy source. You see how they're two completely different things? You can have a diesel hybrid, what do you think freight trains are? Diesel fuel has it's up sides, and a diesel electric hybrid would be even better. Why do you have such a personal dislike of hybrids? What exactly do you have against a more efficient, longer lasting drive configuration? Oh, and you talk about low end torque? Electric drive produces max torque at stall. You'll never win a torque battle with an electric, they've got it all over ICEs in that department.
Q:Is it possible to see the difference between an electric train and a diesel train?
In some cases if nothing is actually running(engines)It is almost impossible to tell just by looking, an example of this would be the HS125 running out of Kings Cross/St Pancras which with the pantograph lowered looks exactly the same as the standard diesel powered unit. I would point out that in the UK that not all diesels are diesel electric, some were diesel mechanical ie. fed through a gearbox to the driving wheels and diesel hydraulic fed through a hydraulic pump to hydraulic motors on the driving axles.
Q:Can u plz help me to solve following problems: on generator synchronizing?
1 by adjusting governor setting load can be increased load limit can be increased on some goivernor adjusting exciation great danger if incorrectly synchronized,Turbine thrown out of base by huge magnetic shock or shearing of coup;ling with generaot reduced torque load will decrease kva will decrease
Q:What is the dominant fuel used in back up generator systems? Can you estimate the amount each year in CA.?
I don't know about CA but where I live the predominant fuel for permanently installed back up generators is propane. Propane is used because generators can sit idle for weeks or months between power outages. Gasoline and diesel have limited shelf lives and fuel systems can clog with varnishes when not used. Propane has an unlimited shelf life and does not gum up in the carburetor. Natural gas is not available here. In places where it is available natural gas might be preferable to propane. Its impossible to estimate how much fuel you would use in a year. It depends how big your generator is and how many power failures you go through. Most generator manufacturers will tell you how much fuel their products use in an hour.
Q:Diesel Engine parts distributor in Central Calif?
Depending on where you live try the on line yellow pages. Especially in large farming areas, like Fresno or Bakersfield, Stockton etc. Their will be equipment parts shops that will help you find what you need if they do not have it.
Q:can caterpillar diesel generator generate power for 1 month without any shutdowns?
Yes it can with the following conditions 1. The diesel engine must have uninterrupted supply of fuel for one month. 2. The engine must have adequate coolant for a month. 3. The engine oil must have the best viscosity as recommended by the manufacturer. 4. The load must not be more than the maximum allowable load for the generator.
Q:Electric Power Generation by Diesel generators?
With that large a system, you should get a quote from professionals. You need better numbers on power usage, both average and peak. And the pros can help with that. See if you can get a sample of 10 electric power bills and use that as an average to calculate the average power for all 250. Peak is difficult. They each have 4.5 ton worth AC? must be a hot climate. You can use 1.2 kW per ton, so that is 5.4 kW per house or 1.4 MW total just for the ACs Is there electric stoves, hot water, etc? that could double the above number. So we are up to perhaps 3 MW already. At that level, you probably need a higher voltage system, perhaps a 6 kV distribution system. That costs money, plus all the transformers, one per 2-4 house, plus all the underground digging. Assuming you want this underground, not on poles. Again, contact a company that does this, such as Siemens, Bosch, GE, they would be happy to give you a good quote. edit: when you look at the ratio of peak power to average power, you will see a large number, as high as 10. that means you could require a (eg) 3 MW generator although the average power is only 0.3 MW. That means the efficiency is low and the costa are high. That is why large power distribution systems are much better, as the peaks are not nearly as high, and also power companies have special units that are usually offline and come online to handle the peaks.
Q:Full Time Generator for a House?
13.5 kW is pretty large for a portable generator. You might as well bite the bullet and get a permanent or standby generator. If you're looking at supplying power for up to two weeks at time, then you need to think about fuel. That's a lot of gasoline or diesel to be schlepping around, so maybe consider a generator that runs on natural gas or propane. A shed should be OK; just need to vent the exhaust. A standby generator would usually come with its own weather-proof enclosure.
Q:What are some advantages and disadvantages for nuclear fission?
Advantages: We can set up breeder reactors that generate electricity as well as plutonium. This plutonium can then be used to make nuclear weapons to drop on hostile terrorist nations. Disadvantages: The whiny environmentalists that riot and protest even though they owe their existence to nuclear power as the Atomic Bomb put an end to WW2. ------------------wikipedia----------- Advantages of nuclear power plants against other mainstream energy resources are: * No greenhouse gas emissions (during normal operation) - greenhouse gases are emitted only when the Emergency Diesel Generators are tested (the processes of uranium mining and of building and decommissioning power stations produce relatively small amounts) * Does not pollute the air - zero production of dangerous and polluting gases such as carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, aerosols, mercury, nitrogen oxides, particulates or photochemical smog * Small solid waste generation (during normal operation) * Low fuel costs - because so little fuel is needed * Large fuel reserves - (e.g., in Canada and Australia) again, because so little fuel is needed * Nuclear Batteries - (see SSTAR) Disadvantages include: * Risk of major accidents - an example of the worst possible situation is what happened to Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (which did not have a conventional containment building) * Nuclear waste - high level radioactive waste produced can remain dangerous for thousands of years if not reprocessed. * Can help produce bombs - all designs of reactor can produce plutonium, aiding nuclear proliferation (see Magnox) * High initial costs * High energy inputs during construction (equivalent to ~7 years power output) * High maintenance costs * Security concerns * High cost of decommissioning plants * Thermal pollution (although all power plants emit thermal pollution)

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