50 Kw Portable Generator
Choose the Wagna standby power system that meets your specific needs, and avoid costly business interruptions due to power outages.
50 kw Portable Generator
50 kw Portable Generator Specification:
Brand name: WAGNA
Engine : Deutz BF4M2012
Control Panel: Smart Gen/Deep Sea/Wagna
Rated Voltage: 380/220v , 400/230v ,415/240v ,110V
Options: Open, Soundproof / Waterproof canopy, ATS, parallel system, moving trailer
50 kw Portable Generator Product parameter:
Ps. Data of above table changes sometime, for reference only.
50 kw Portable Generator Standard configuration Brief:
Engine: Deutz (Deutz Engine Co. Ltd. )
Alternator: Leroy somer, Stamford, Marathon or Chinese local brands(option)
single bearing alternator IP23, insulation class H/H;
Radiator 50 centigrade max, fans are driven by belt, with safety guard;
Controller: Deepsea, Woodward, Comap, Smartgen(option);
Dry type air filter, fuel filter, oil filter, coolant filter;
12/24V D. C. to start the motor and charge alternator;
Breaker: MCCB, Acb;
Starter battery (with lead acid) including Rack and Cables;
Fuel connection hoses;
Ripple flex exhaust pipe, exhaust siphon, flange, Industrial capacity exhaust silencer;
Steel chassis and efficient shock absorber;
Operation manuals and circuit diagram documents.
50 kw Portable Generator Product show:
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Packing & Warranty：
• Packing: Wooden Case, Plywood
• Delivery Time: Less than 25 working days after receiving prepayment.
• Warranty: One year or 1, 000 hours from the date of shipment
• T/T, 30% deposit, 70% will be payed before delivery
• T/T, 30% deposit , 70% L/C at sight
(1)European Safety Standard: CE Certificate
(2)ISO9001: 2000 Quality Control System
(3)ISO14001-2000 environmental management system certification
Emergency backup power is a must-have for homeowners
Bad weather is the one of the reasons for the blackout in the many countries. Over the past decade, the number and severity of these disruptions have dramatically increased, causing physical, emotional, and economic hardship for many people. The following are some helpful hints about how to protect families and families during the next major power outage.
Which option is best for you?
l Designed for commercial sites, camps, back doors and other portable settings
l Supply a small amount of electrical power through the extension cord
l Must be present to operate and refuel
l In order to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning, it must be safe to operate away from home and open windows
l No need to install
l Use gasoline or diesel
l Permanently connected to a home like a central air conditioning unit
l Use propane or natural gas (self-ignition fuel)
l Automatically open when power is lost; homeowners do not need to be present
l Powers all devices in the home, including heating, HVAC, lighting, appliances and sensitive electronics