We have the best choice of commercial /Industrial manual or automatic operation diesel generator sets in the market using MTU, Perkins and Generac engines which ranges from 12 kW to 2.6 MW , all of them are water-cooled, four-stroke engines, which ensure low fuel consumption. Diesel generators could be assembled with 4-6 cylinders in line or 8-20 in V angle, naturally aspirated and turbo-charged engines with post-cooling system. The electric system operates at 12 or 24 volts, including starter and battery-charging alternator.
The Synchronous Alternator are coupled directly to the engine with flexible steel discs, brushless, with an internal voltage regulator, transistorized, keeping the voltage from empty to full load + 5%, designed to work properly at 1500 RPM, or 1800 RPM 50 Hz, 60 Hz, 0.8 power factor, NEMA insulation, CLASE H with varnish. These generators are leak-proof and provided with a cooling fan. Engine and alternator are directly coupled into a single body assembling unit, ensuring so a proper alignment, and could be mounted on an open skid base frame or an integral base fuel tank.
Natural gas-fueled engines emit fewer nitrogen oxides and particulate matter than comparable diesel-fueled engines, and they avoid the fuel containment, spillage, and environmental concerns associated with storing diesel fuel. A key benefit to natural gas fuel is long running time. Because natural gas is supplied by a utility, refueling is not an issue.
The conditions that lead to widespread power outages—severe storms, equipment failures, etc.—do not typically affect the natural gas infrastructure. This means you can enjoy long running times in your application from Generac gaseous-fueled standby generators without needing to refuel.
We have a wide range of commercial and industrial Generac gaseous-fueled generators, 8 KW up to 500 kW. That means you can choose the right single generator you need for your application, or get megawatt-level power from several generators connected in parallel as part of a Generac Modular Power System (MPS).
Many get their first introduction to portable generators when they need emergency power. But portable generators have many uses around the home and on the job site.