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  • Regular Cleaning Operation of Diesel Generator Filter May 06, 2023
      Regular cleaning of the filter of a diesel generator can help maintain the engine's efficiency and prolong its service life. The type of filter used in the diesel generator affects the cleaning process. There are three types of filters commonly used in Starlight diesel generators: felt filter, high pressure slot filter, and paper filter element type filter.   The felt filter is composed of a metal mesh, a silk cloth cover, and a felt filter piece. The filter element is installed in the filter body and is composed of several thicker and thinner pieces that are alternately installed on the filter screen. The fuel enters the inner cavity between the filter element and the housing from the fuel inlet pipe, and then flows into the inner cavity of the metal mesh through the felt filter and the silk cloth sleeve. The air is collected in the upper part of the filter, and the bleeder cock is used to release air from the oil chamber and filter the air in the fuel.   The high pre...
  • Generator Fuel Consumption Calculator May 06, 2023
      When using a diesel generator set, many users are concerned about its fuel consumption. In general, a 500KW diesel generator set consumes about 127 liters of fuel per hour, and the size of the load has little impact on it. However, higher loads result in higher throttle and greater fuel consumption, while smaller loads result in smaller relative fuel consumption. The key to fuel efficiency lies in proper maintenance and good condition of the diesel generator set. If the cylinder liner and piston are worn, fuel consumption will be affected. It is also important to consider the performance of the diesel generator set itself.   To calculate the fuel consumption of a 200KW diesel generator set operating for eight hours, we need to know the specific diesel engine that is used. For example, a 6 cylinder Cummins Engine 6LTAA8.9G2 is commonly used for a 200KW generator set. The fuel consumption of diesel engines generally about 220 g/kW/h, depending on the brand and machine. For in...
  • What is Generator containers? May 05, 2023
      Generator containers, also known as generator enclosures or generator housing, are specialized structures designed to house and protect generators from outdoor elements. These containers are typically made of steel, aluminum, or other durable materials and come in various sizes and shapes to fit the generator's size and application.   Generator containers are popular in remote areas, construction sites, and outdoor events where power supply is not readily available. The containers are customized to accommodate the generator and other auxiliary equipment such as fuel tanks, exhaust systems, and cooling systems.   The benefits of using generator containers include:   Protection from the elements: The container offers protection against harsh weather conditions such as rain, snow, wind, and extreme temperatures. It ensures that the generator runs smoothly without being affected by these weather conditions.   Sound reduction: The generator container also serves a...
  • Importance of Proper Ventilation in Generator Rooms May 05, 2023
      Importance of Proper Ventilation in Generator Rooms   Proper ventilation is crucial for indoor generator rooms to ensure optimal performance and safety. Generators require sufficient airflow to cool the engine and support the combustion process. Inadequate ventilation and poor air movement can cause unforeseen system failure and compromise the integrity of the engine seals, resulting in damage to the head gasket due to metal expansion and pressure from the heat.   Risk of Inappropriate Room Ventilation   Failure to meet the requirements of appropriate room ventilation could cause heat retention in the surrounding area and overheat the engine. This can lead to generator failure and potentially result in loss of power and costly downtime for the organization. In addition, overheating can shorten the operational life of the generator, leading to increased costs for maintenance or replacement.   Recommended Indoor Generator Setup   When setting up an indoor ...
  • Perkins Generator Maintenance Schedule Apr 26, 2023
      A Perkins generator is a reliable source of power, but like any other machine, it requires regular maintenance to ensure its longevity and reliability. A well-maintained Perkins generator can provide many years of uninterrupted service. Here is a recommended maintenance schedule for Perkins generators:   Daily Maintenance: Check oil and coolant levels, fuel level, and battery electrolyte level. Inspect the exhaust system and ensure there are no leaks.   Weekly Maintenance: Check air filter and clean or replace if necessary. Inspect the fan belt for wear and proper tension. Check for any fuel, oil, or coolant leaks.   Monthly Maintenance: Change the oil and oil filter. Check the coolant level and add coolant as necessary. Inspect the fuel system for leaks and clean the fuel filter.   Every 500 Hours Maintenance: Replace the air filter element. Check and adjust the valve clearance. Inspect the fuel system for leaks and replace the fuel filter. Replace the coola...
  • How to Trouble Shoot if There is Electrical Issue in My Generator? Apr 14, 2023
      1. Inspect the connections: Check all the electrical connections to and from the generator for signs of looseness or corrosion. Tighten any loose connections and clean any corrosion using a wire brush and a solution of baking soda and water.   2. Check the starter: Check the starter solenoid and the starter motor for any signs of damage or wear. Test the starter by using a multimeter to check for continuity and proper resistance. Replace the starter if it is faulty.   3. Check the generator control panel: Check the generator control panel for any warning lights or error codes. These can provide clues as to what is causing the electrical problem.   4. Check the fuses and circuit breakers: Check the fuses and circuit breakers for any signs of damage or wear. Replace any faulty fuses or reset any tripped circuit breakers.
  • How to Test if the Battery in My Generator is Dead? Apr 14, 2023
      If you suspect that the battery in your generator is dead, here are some steps you can take to test it:   Check the voltage: Use a multimeter to check the voltage of the battery. A fully charged battery should read around 12.6 volts. If the voltage is lower than 12 volts, the battery may be discharged.   Load test: A load test can determine if the battery can deliver the required amount of current to start the generator. To perform a load test, connect a load tester to the battery and measure the voltage while applying a load. If the voltage drops significantly while the load is applied, the battery may not be able to deliver the required current to start the generator.   Visual inspection: Inspect the battery for any signs of damage, corrosion or leakage. If the battery terminals are corroded, clean them with a wire brush and a solution of baking soda and water.   Check the electrolyte levels: If your battery is not a maintenance-free type, check the electro...
  • How to Judge is There Fuel Issues of My Generator? Apr 14, 2023
    Check the fuel level: Make sure that the generator has enough fuel to operate. If the fuel level is low, add more fuel and try starting the generator again.   Check the fuel lines: Inspect the fuel lines for any signs of damage, cracks or leaks. If the fuel lines are clogged or damaged, they will need to be repaired or replaced.   Check the fuel filter: A dirty or clogged fuel filter can prevent fuel from flowing to the engine, causing the generator to not start. Remove the fuel filter and inspect it for any signs of dirt, debris, or blockage. If the fuel filter is dirty, it will need to be cleaned or replaced.   Drain the old fuel: If the fuel in the generator is old or has been sitting for a long time, it can cause the generator to not start. Drain the old fuel from the tank and replace it with fresh fuel.   Check the carburetor: The carburetor is responsible for mixing fuel and air to provide the engine with the proper fuel-to-air ratio. If the carburetor is clog...
  • What are The Reasons Why the Generator Set Cannot Start? Apr 14, 2023
      There can be various reasons why a generator set may not start. Here are some of the most common reasons:   Dead battery: A dead battery is a common reason why a generator set may not start. If the battery is not charged or has reached the end of its lifespan, the generator will not be able to start.   Fuel issues: Fuel problems such as clogged fuel lines, dirty fuel filters, or old fuel can prevent a generator from starting. The fuel system should be checked regularly to ensure that the fuel is clean and flowing properly.   Electrical issues: Electrical issues such as a faulty starter, loose or corroded connections, or a faulty voltage regulator can also prevent a generator from starting.   Low oil pressure: If the oil pressure is too low, the generator may not start to prevent damage to the engine. Checking the oil pressure and adding oil as needed can help resolve this issue.   Faulty spark plug: A faulty or worn out spark plug can prevent the generat...
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