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60Hz 55KW to 573KW Doosan Series Diesel Generator 
1) Generator factory direct sale 
2) Doosan with Mecc alte 

60Hz 55KW to 573KW Doosan Series Diesel Generator


DOOSAN started producing diesel engines for the first time in 1958. Doosan production facility is in Incheon, Korea and Doosan went into full production under the license of MAN technology in 1975, and ISUZU technology in 1979. Furthermore, Doosan began to produce the CNG engine in 1998, so our reinforced line up from Diesel engine to Natural Gas engine could supply more choices and meet the various needs of our customers. 
Doosan acquired Daewoo Machine in 2005 to strengthen the ability of designing and producing the engine.


Features of Genset Powered by Doosan: 
1. International Warranty Service 
2. Short delivery time 
3. With ISO9001& CE certification 
4. High performance cost 
5. Coupled with Stamford alternator, Leroy Somer alternator or Mecc Alter alternator 
6. Perfect after-service network 
7. Power range from 60kva to 700kva 
8. Rigorous test including 50% load, 75% load, 100% load and 110% load 
9. Warranty: One year or 1000 Working Hours from the shipment date, whichever comes first.

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Q:is it economical to use a propane generator for your home 24/7 ? The home has total electric and my husband?
Do you really mean as electric source and not as emergency back-up? Diesel would probably be the best choice for fuel economy/reliability. (Since it's not for roadway use, you can probably arrange to buy it untaxed.) For back-up power, you'd have to have a lot of long outages to recover the extra cost of the diesel engine set. For 'Prime power' - 24/7 , you're not going to beat electric utility energy rates even with diesel, as the required size generator for your peak loads will be idling most of the time. (Engine/generators are very fuel-inefficient at low loadings. - With a water-cooled unit, you can capture waste engine heat for house heat in winter though.) If by total electric' you mean heating as well, long term, you'd probably save on fuel if you had a smaller 'back-up' unit to carry the smaller home load when the heating system isn't required.
Q:What should i know for building a little shack?
build shack
Q:YD-35028-U-730936-F, this is the serial number of my diesel generator?
are you sure its a perkins? It may be a Yanmar?
Q:What industrustry uses 2 cycle Diesel engines?
Many locomotives use enormous supercharged 2-stroke diesel engines. I understand that the newest Jeeps will use a V6, but the reason they stayed with the inline was that they had no reason not to use it. The engine fit, the tooling was paid for, and it worked.
Q:Do I take my new Job Offer or stick with my current job????
Get yourself a piece of paper and draw a line down the middle. Write on the top of each side current job or possible job and then list the benefits and drawbacks about each position so you know exactly what you think of each. Take this information and speak with someone you trust who doesn't have a direct role in this decision - a parent, brother, sister, or friend. Your spouse/significant other should be consulted about this decision, but sometimes it also helps to speak with someone who isn't directly impacted by your decision. If money is the deciding factor, go with the new position. It also sounds as if you can make more money working less hours and have more time with your family. How are the benefits at each company? If the cost of health care is more at the new company versus the old one or is not as good of coverage you might consider staying if healthcare coverage is a major factor for you. Let's face it, in this day and age no job is stable and guaranteed, even if you own your own company.
Q:What happens if you put diesel in a generator that is unleaded?
you need to drain tank, and flush it out, if you do get it to run like it is it will smoke, foul spark plug and the diesel fuel will destroy the gaskets on carb, and also contaminate the oil, remove tank and flush it out before you try to start it
Q:Why can't America shut off power for two hours a month?
A nice thought but not practical, power can't be saved for later and if it was the world is a 24/7 operation, with never a good time to shut it down. Acid rain was going to destroy us at one time, now nobody mentions it
Q:Would the fukushima disaster had happened if the nuclear reactors had not gone into emergency shut down?
As you point out it was the double-punch of the earthquake and tsunami that caused the problems at Fukushima. The diesel generators were enough to handle the pumps to cool the reactor but then the tsunami came and swamped them. Shutting down the reactor after an earthquake is standard safety procedure. The diesel generators were designed to be a backup in the event of an earthquake. They functioned fine even after the huge quake. If the quake didn't occur, but instead the planet was just hit by the tsunami, the other planets in unaffected areas of Japan would still be operating so this means the engineers onsite could have jerryrigged something so that the pumps would be powered by the national power grid even if the diesel pumps were knocked out. Not shutting the reactors down would have resulted in even more radiation being released due to the damaged buildings and containment units.
Q:El.-Generator (asynchron)?
Because it lacks a separate field circuit, an induction generator cannot produce reactive power. In fact, it consumes reactive power, and an external source of reactive power must be connected to it at all times [1]. So you are right that you will need a three-phase capacitor bank at the output terminals (delta-connected). How to size the capacitors? That depends on a few things. Namely what kind of loads are going to be attached to it. I presume this is going to be an emergency generator operating alone (most induction generators are used this way nowadays). In that case, your capacitor bank will need to account for the generator consuming reactive power and the loads consuming reactive power. So, if you know what you are going to connect to the generator, figure up an estimate of the total reactive power of your loads. Then estimate how much reactive power your generator consumes (not sure how to do this; maybe estimate from your 7.5kW and 9.4kVA ratings?). Finally, to size your capacitors equate the total power consumed by gen and loads to this formula: estimated_3phase_power_consumed 3*(line-to-line_volt)^2/X where X 1/(2*pi*freq*C) Solve for C and there you go. My source indicates that the output voltage for an induction generator can vary quite a bit with varying inductive load, so bear that in mind and maybe oversize the caps a bit. Also, the types of capacitors should be able to withstand AC obviously and be rated within your expected operating temp, etc, etc. Good luck.
Q:Question about an EMD Diesel Locomotive?
The two moves that Hoghead described are better known to me as the Dutch Drop and the Flying Switch. Letting a car roll like that without a locomotive attached to it is pretty sketchy, and in order for the move to work, you have to bottle the air. That's REALLY sketchy, but it's been done many, many times. Locomotives are totally capable of accelerating like that, but they'll definitely scream while they're doing it. As a general rule, you just don't want to accelerate quickly with a train. The slack needs to come out gently and what not. If the slack is tight, though, I've seen some crews open it right up. A pair of GP39-2's must have hit 20 miles an hour in just a few hundred feet. I was really impressed by that one. I've found, though, that if you don't let the units load at their own pace, you just end up spinning the wheels or screwing something else up. You can also run into problems with the motors' transitions if you throttle up too fast. Not fun!

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