Trailer Mounted Generators

Posted on 19 September 2019
Trailer Mounted Generators
Trailer mounted generators in a range of sizes, three phase and single phase outputs available. Many options including bunded fuel tanks, silenced or open type generators, a range of different control systems and more. These units shown are two heavy duty Perkins powered trailer mounted generator sets built to a customer specification. Did you know we can custom build a generator set to suit your application? Contact us to find out more today.
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Perkins Generators

Posted on 18 April 2019
Perkins Generators

We build Perkins powered generator sets in a range of sizes, with many models & sizes from 3kva single phase and upwards, with single phase 240 volt and 3 phase 415volt outputs. We also build 2 phase 480 volt generator sets. Powered by a quality 1500rpm Perkins diesel engine, we offer open style and enclosed sound attenuated style generators and can customise as required. Don't forget we also offer Yanmar, Kubota, Hino, Deutz, Isuzu, Hatz, Cat & Cummins as well.

For expert advice on generator selection please call us on 07 5446 7788 or send an enquiry.

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Generator Repairs and Spare Parts

Posted on 12 April 2019

Did you know we supply spare parts to suit most makes and models, such as Perkins, Kubota, Deutz, Yanmar, Cummins, Caterpillar, Mitsubishi, Isuzu, Hino, Lister and many others. We also carry out repairs in our workshop and can offer short turnaround times for urgent repairs.

Got a problem with a generator? Call and speak to one of our friendly team today on 07 5446 7788 or send an enquiry.

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Air Cooled Diesel Generators

Posted on 5 April 2019
Air cooled diesel generators have been long regarded as very reliable, fuel efficient, low maintenance & simple to maintain.
We build quality air cooled diesel generators using engines such as Deutz, Lister & Hatz.
With no water jacket, radiator or coolant, these engines don't have the problems that can be caused by erosion and cavitation in the cooling system, water pump failure, radiator & hose leaks, and no freezing of the water jacket in sub zero temperatures. Just make sure the cooling fins, blower fan & fan belts are clean & in good condition. They also suit use in high ambient temperature conditions.

Is an air cooled diesel right for you? Our generator specialists can give you advice today, contact us on 07 54467788 or send an enquiry.


 

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Generator Sets and Diesel Engine Glazing

Posted on 29 March 2019

Engine glazing can cause major problems in generator sets when they're too lightly loaded. This is often caused by the generator not being sized correctly in the first place. It is critical that a generator is sized correctly especially when the load is constantly the same, to prevent glazing and also to be fuel efficient.
Operating diesel engines at light loads for extended periods of time can cause glazing to the cylinder bores. This occurs because poor combustion can lead to soot formation and unburnt fuel residue which clogs & gums up piston rings which causes the piston rings to not seal as well. Glazing of the cylinder bores occurs when hot combustion gases blow past the now poorly sealing piston rings and creates a glaze on the cylinder bore & increased oil consumption. This can lead to oil entering the exhaust, heavy carbon build up on: pistons, piston rings & ring grooves, valves & valve guides, cylinder head ports & exhaust pipes, and turbocharger seals on turbo charged engines.

If this is caught in early stages, increasing the load on the generator can burn the residues away, however if it is left unchecked, the engine can be damaged to point where it has to be rebuilt or replaced. It is well worthwhile making sure the generator is correctly sized for your situation, for assistance please contact us on 07 54467788.
 

 

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