SHX Perkins Diesel Generator Set 1800kw Electric Generating Sets 2250kva Generator
Applications of 1800kw Perkins diesel generator set:
1. Industrial area: real estate, hospital, hotel, bank, construction, factory, oil field, airport, mining, railway, etc
2. Home use: personal use for house, camping, party, etc
3. Telecom, Mobile tower, etc
4. Island, Desert or any place without electricity
5. As for emergency equipment special for natural disasters, such as typhoon, earthquake, heavy snow, etc.
6. Standby power or main power, indoor or outdoor using.
Specification of 2250kva Perkins diesel generator set
Fuel Tank Capacity
16 cylinder in vee, 4 stroke, water cooled , turbocharged
Bore * Stroke
160mm × 190mm
Fuel Consumption (g/kw.h)
Farrand / FLD734F
Deepsea / ComAp / Smartgen
intelligent and network techniques is used for automatic control system of diesel generator. It can carry out functions including automatic start/stop, data measure and alarming.automatic switching control functions (AMF), especially suitable for the automation system composed by Mains and Generator
Standby Generator Set
Usually, the power required by the user is supplied by the mains, and the generator set sets up to ensure the basic production and life of the user is the standby genset when the mains is cut off or when the power supply is interrupted for other reasons.
This type of generator set is mainly located in the telecommunications sector, hospitals, and industrial and mining enterprises, airports, television stations and other major power generations.
This type of genset is kept in standby state at all times, providing a continuous supply of power to non-constant loads, with no restrictions on the duration of continuous operation.
A Diesel Generator (DG) is a combination of diesel engine with electrical generator (often called an alternator) to generate electricity. DG sets are used in places that have no connection to power grid, and as emergency power-supply if the grid fails. In other words DGs remain the number one choice for standby and emergency power systems. DGs are selected based on the electrical load they are intended to supply.