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H2/NG powered co-generators

A Co-Generation system is a system to supply electricity by driving a generator with a H2/NG engine and at the same time utilizing the heat recovered from exhaust gas and jacket cooling water for the purpose of air-conditioning (cooling and heating) and hot water supply. It not only contributes to saving of electricity and fuel expenses by effective use of energy but also helps power supply and air-conditioning at emergency. 

Specifications (typical)

Type of Engine RENESIS Rotary Engine, n/a
Revolution Speed 4500/3600 rpm
Type of Generator 3-phase (Single-phase), Synchronous Generator - variable speed generator on request
Generator Output 45/36kw (Propane gas)
41/34kw (City gas 13A
Voltage 230/380 (220/110)V
Frequency 60/50Hz
Heat Recovery 70,000kcal/h (Engine jacket + Exhaust gas heat exchange)
Control Single board computer comprising Revolution speed control, AVR, Monitoring of status, and Indicator functions
Accuracy Stable condition: 60Hz±0.2% or 50Hz±0.2%,Full load condition: 60Hz±5% or 50Hz±5%
Dimensions 900x900x750mm
Weight Targeted at 950kg (3-phase specifications)

Features

Epoch-making CGS unit: Compact, Space-Saving, Low Vibration, and Low Noise

Highly reliable Rotary Engine (20,000 hours continuous operation without overhaul)
Control circuit of SBC (single board computer) assures the same quality as commercial power supply.



 

              
 
   
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