Generators, which are frequently used in hospitals, schools, workplaces, are the ideal machines to ensure the continuity of electrical energy-powered systems.
If there is no electrical energy due to network failures or at the address of residence, electrical energy can be produced by means of generators. Thanks to the generators working automatically after 10 seconds as soon as the electric current from the network is cut, workplaces can serve as the electrical energy of the houses or the whole building.
What Are the Main Parts of Generators?
It is possible to examine it piece by piece as follows and the following options are available in all generator types. The request is tailored to need;
- Control Panel
- Chassis – Fuel Tank
- Lubrication System
- Exhaust System
- Starter and Battery System
- Standby Power:
They serve for a limited amount of time. They are used as back-up energy transmitter only when the mains currents are not present or interrupted. They are generator types that cannot be overloaded. They can provide an average of 200 hours of service in 365 days.
- Prime Power:
These are generators that are suitable for overloading at the rate of 10% every 12 hours. They can offer the opportunity to work at variable loads.
- Continuous Power
They can only be used when constant loads are required. It does not offer the possibility of overloading. In such power options, the average load level can be 100%.