A power generator is a device that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy. The source of mechanical energy varies; it can be an internal combustion engine, a crank, a compressed air or a reciprocating steam engine.
The internal combustion engine uses diesel, gasoline, propane gas or natural gas to power generate mechanical energy that is converted to electrical energy with the aid of a power generator assembly.
Diesel compression ignition engines are typically designed to use diesel fuel, but some types are suitable for other liquid fuels or natural gas.
Power generators range in size from 8 to 30 kW (single phase 8 to 30 kVA) for homes, small shops and offices, industrial power generators from 8 kW (11 kVA) to 2,000 kW (2,500 kVA) Three-phase) for large office buildings and factories.
The 2,000 kW unit can be installed in a 40-foot (12-meter) ISO container equipped with fuel tanks, controls, power distribution equipment, and all other equipment needed to operate as an independent power station or as a backup power source to grid power. These devices called power modules, are power generator sets on large three-axle trailers weighing 85,000 pounds (38,555 kilograms) or more.
The combination of these modules is for small power plants, and these modules can use 1 to 20 units per power section, and these parts can be combined to involve hundreds of power module power plants.
With the development of technology, electricity has become an indispensable problem in our lives. Are you still worried about power outages at home?
Now Pavo has developed a new product, a hydroelectric power generator. Hydroelectric generators are power generation methods that use the potential energy of water to convert electricity into electricity.
It is 22 volts that use for the family. Only one bucket of water can solve the household’s electricity consumption, which is both environmentally friendly and convenient to carry.