Open/Soundproof/moveable Diesel Generator Set from 10kva to 1000kva

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1. The specification of generator set:

1.generator set powered by Cummins diesel engines respectively in China.

2.generator set equipped with famous alternators.

3.generator set strict tests before sale.

4.generator set features at low oil consumption, stable performance, easy maintenance, low operation cost, low emission.


2. Techncial Data Sheet

 


generator set model 

SC

Type 

open/sound proof/weather proof

Genset output power range

20kw-1650kw

Rated voltage  

220/380V,230/400V,240/415V,120/240V

Frequency

50/60HZ

Power factor 

0.8

Rated speed  

1500/1800rpm

output type 

AC three phase/single phase

Motor                      

brushless

Frequency                                  

<3% 

Frequency at stable state:         

<0.5%     

Frequency deviation at instantaneous state

≤+10%  

Frequency return time                            

≤3s

Voltage deviation at stable state                               

≤±1% 

Voltage deviation at instantaneous state               

≤+20% 

Voltage return time                 

≤4s   

Voltage modulation                             

≤0.3% 


3. Generator set Features:

1. Cummins industrial diesel engine

2. Radiator 40°C max,fans are driven by belt, with safety guard

3. Choice of manual/auto and AMF control panels and protection systems

4. Digital auto-start panel

5. Anti Vibration Suspension Absorber

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

7. Mould case circuit breaker

8. 24V DC start motor and storage battery

9. Ripple flex exhaust pipe, exhaust siphon, flange, and muffler


Open/Soundproof/moveable Diesel Generator Set from 10kva to 1000kva






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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:How does a DC generators throttle actuator’s sensor work?
If you use an automobile generator you can use an automotive regulator to provide a constant DC voltage. These alternators are made to operate at varying RPM's and load and the regulator can be made adjustable to produce any desired voltage. (up to 40 or so volts)
Q:Why is drilling for oil so dangerous?
large pieces of rotating metal hostile environments hazards of nature take your pick.
Q:Can you burn Home heating oil in a diesel engine if in a pinch?
They answer to that would be aye. although, only temporary as you said.
Q:What pulley sizes would I need?
If the engine is likely to be running for a long time, fuel consumption is likely to be important. You want to find out at what RPM the engine produces maximum torque.(If it's a car engine that will likely be related to the cruising speed of the car in top gear) All IC engines are most fuel efficient at the rpm for peak torque. If the engine can make enough power for your requirements at the rpm for peak torque, that's the rpm you should aim to run the engine at. Will depend on the engine of course, but peak torque is usually around about 1/3 of the rev range, I estimate that to be aprox 1800rpm [ie (3600-800)*1/3 +800 ] If aiming for 1800rpm for the generator, with an engine speed of 1800rpm, you don't need to change the rpm at all. That means the pulley's can be the same size, unless the belts slip (flat/ribbed belts slip aprox 3%- probably not enough for you to worry about) So that's the ratio sorted out. Physical size of pulley. All belts have a minimum diameter pulley which they can go around, so long as the pulley is larger there's no problem. Minimum size pulley depends on the thickness, and construction of the belt- and that depends on the power you're transferring via the belt. If you give some indication of the power you're wanting to transfer I'm, sure you get some additional help you'll probably need a governor for the engine to generate at 60Hz give or take a bit. Many diesel engines just have a max/min governor relying on the user to governing the rpm under varying load . You'll need fairly good control for electrically generation, but it needs be nothing much than releasing the throttle a little if the generator is running fast, and if the generator is running slow pressing the throttle. Hope that helps
Q:I am asking this simple question 4th time but nobody knows its answer.why?
Fill your tank to the very top, all the way to where it is almost overflowing. Then run the engine for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, hours, or however long you want but for simplicity sake do it at an least an hour or a whole 60 minutes for easy division (remember that a generator will use more fuel when it is being taxed by running something off of it than it will while simply running with nothing using its power). Then turn the engine off and refill the tank to the exact amount you originally filled it to while at the same time making sure you know exactly how much fuel you are putting in (use a measuring cup). Once you know how much fuel it takes to fill the tank to the point you originally filled it you will have the basis for your equation which will be: amount of fuel consumed (the amount you replaced) divided by the time the engine ran.
Q:question on electrical in flat?
This electrical specification describes some aspects of the electrical distribution system for a block of flats (apartment building in USA terms). A 3 phase power supply is 3 live wires and a neutral with 400 volts or so between any two live wires and 230 volts or so between any live wire and the neutral. Each flat would be connected to one live wire and neutral. A change over switch is a switch that can switch the load from one power source to another. It could switch between two mains connections from the power company or it could switch between the power company mains and a standby diesel generator set. An RMU transformer is a ring main unit transformer. The transformer would be the step down or substation transformer from the transmission line voltage to the 400 volt level. There would probably be one transformer for all of the flats, possibly two if there are two mains connections from the power company. The RMU designation indicates that the transformer includes additional components such as the change over switch and main circuit breaker as a single piece of equipment. Advanced features might include such things as transformer temperature monitoring, load monitoring, and remote indication provisions. Unless the features are enumerated, it isn't a particularly useful description. It may or may not include features in addition to the minimum required by government regulations. If you are purchasing only an individual flat, this might offer some assurance that the electrical system is modern and reliable, but it is a very poor description to offer prospective purchasers of individual flats.
Q:What are the procedure of pre-start up of AC generator?
Before check all fluid levels and turn off all breakers before starting or stopping!
Q:Are solid oxide fuel cells more efficient than diesel generators at producing electricity?
Yes. But they also burn much hotter in the SOFC.
Q:Can Electric Generators run on Bio-Matter and what would be the fastest growing organic matter to use?
yes as long as the generator has been retro-fitted to use biofuel and not petroleum. A diesel generator would do this best Probably algae would be the best thing to use as you can get several generations a month from it. hemp takes a long season to grow and really only the seeds would have enough sugar to be used to distill biofuel. Beets (which you can get several crops a season from as they are fairly fast growing) would be far better than hemp for fuel as you want high sugar or starch crops (starch can be converted to sugar). But why run a generator on biofuels when it would be easier to run it on solar or wind

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