4) Engineers are familiar with Cummins powered gensets
5) You could find spare-parts very easy
75dB at 7 meters
Fuel Tank Capacity
8 hours base fuel tank
CCEC Cummins NTA855-G1
6-cylinder in line, 4 stroke, water cooled
Bore * Stroke
140mm × 152mm
12-hour Power (kw)
Fuel Consumption (g/kw.h)
Farrand / FLD444D
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
Why choose Cummins powered gensets?
1. Cummins engines which are made in China with the same standard of the US Cummins keep the quality almost the same as the US Cummins.
2. More than 90% of the Engines components and spares are made in China which keeps the cost much lower.
3. Cummins engines are universally just as Cummins factories all around the world; all the spares are universal which make the maintenance and reparation very simple.
4. Cummins has worldwide after-sales network, to whom you can get technical support and spares right near your house.
5. Engineers are more familiar with Cummins engines because they are most widely use in every filed and everywhere around the world.
Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS)
Automatic Transfer Switches are an integral part of the power generation process, which allows smooth and immediate transfer of electrical current between multiple sources and the load. When the generator is operating, the transfer switch prevents dangerous feedback of current to the utility’s system. It also ensures that different power sources are fully synchronized before their power is combined or loads are transferred, which is imperative for safe operation.
The transfer switch senses when utility power is interrupted, and starts up the generator if the utility power remains absent. In about five to ten seconds, when the generator is producing full power, the transfer switch disconnects the load from the utility and connects it to the generator, restoring electricity to the load. The transfer switch continues to monitor utility power, and when it is restored, switches the load from the generator back to the utility. Once the generator is disconnected, it goes through a cool-down routine and shut down automatically.