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Judge The Condition of Diesel Generator Set Through Instrument Data

Mar. 15, 2023

Whether the diesel generator set operates normally during operation can be judged by the instrument data. If it is found to be abnormal, it shall be immediately stopped and repaired. What instrument data can be used to judge the condition of the unit? Starlight here summarizes the following points for you.

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1. AC ammeter: indicates whether the switch current switch is normal or not, and the difference between the current values of the phases between the measured phase sequences is preferably not more than 10% in the hand.

2. AC voltmeter: whether the voltage indicated by both hands is normal.

3. Whether the indication of the hydraulic oil pressure gauge is within the normal range.

4. Check the direction of the charging meter pointer.

5. The temperature indicated by the water temperature gauge is within the normal range, 65 ℃ - 93 ℃.

6. Tachometer: the engine speed is appropriate. (60Hz to 1800 rpm)

7. Abnormal sound or vibration of generator engine.

These instrument data can be intuitively understood in the daily operation process and can be easily mastered by operators. We should not ignore the importance of paying attention to the instrument data to ensure that the equipment operates under normal conditions. In addition, the inspection and maintenance of the generator unit should be well done, and the operators must be trained to ensure the normal operation of the unit and extend its service life.

Because of the different origins of imported and domestic generator sets, there will also be some differences in parameter expression. What are the specific aspects? Starlight will tell you about the difference in the description of diesel generator sets from the two aspects of noise and fuel consumption.

Noise: The nominal decibel value of imported diesel generator set is calculated by "≥", while the nominal decibel value of domestic engine is calculated by "≤", which is why the noise of imported engine is much lower than that of domestic engine when we look at technical parameters. The decibel of the actual imported machine is only slightly lower than that of the domestic machine. Whether imported or domestic, the noise emitted by the machine room can reach the national standard as long as it is equipped with a muffler matched by a formal complete set of factories. In addition, the machine room can also isolate a part of the noise. People can hardly feel the noise outside.

Oil consumption: the imported machine is calculated by "≥", while the domestic machine is calculated by "≤". Generally, the oil consumption of the domestic machine is ≤ 209 grams to 230 grams per kilowatt hour under the condition of full load use, while the imported machine is ≥ 201 grams to 220 grams per kilowatt hour under the condition of full load use. Users can calculate a reasonable purchase plan based on the price difference between imported and domestic machines and their actual use time.

In addition, there are many differences in the expression of imported and domestic diesel generator sets. Starlight recommends that you understand these differences before purchasing, so that you can purchase matching equipment.

As a professional diesel generator manufacturer, we always insist on using first-class talents to build a first-class enterprise, create first-class products, create first-class services, and strive to build a first-class domestic enterprise. If you would like to get more information welcome to contact us via sales@dieselgeneratortech.com.

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