ESTIMATING Your Power Needs 

Standby power is defined as the maximum power available during a variable electrical power sequence, under the stated operating conditions, for which a generating set is capable ofdelivering in theevent of a utility power outage orunder test conditions for up to 500 hours of operation per year under average of 70% load.Overloading is not permissible An emergency power system is an independent power generation system that is legally required to feed equipment or systems whose failure may present a life safety hazard to persons or property. A standby power system refers to an independent power system that allows operation of a facility in the event of normal power failure. Prime power is defined as being the maximum power which a generating set is capable of delivering continuously whilst supplying a variable electrical load. Average load should be 70%. The generator can be overloaded 10% for 1 hour per 12 hours. Prime power is the need for power, continuously and for long periods of time. It is often used in remote or developing areas of the world where there is no utility service, where available service is very expensive or unreliable, or where customers choose to self-generate their primary power supply. Manufacturer reserves the right to make changes in model, technical specifications, color, equipment and accessories without prior notice. Ratings in accordance with ISO 8528. ISO 3046. IEC 60034. BS5000 and NEMA MG-1



All canopy parts are designed with modular principles.
without welding assembly.
Doors on each side.
All metal canopy parts are painted by electrostatic.
Exhaust silencer is protected against environment influencespolyester powder paint.
Thermally insulated engine exhaust system.
Emergency stop push button is installed outside of canopy
Easy lifting and moving
Easy mainteneance and operation