Diesel Generator 240v

Diesel Generator 240v
Diesel Generator 240v

We manufacture the Diesel Generator 240v. Quiet generators for industrial use. High quality and low prices with Free consultation. Spare Parts Warranty


  • SD heavy-duty diesel engine
  • 12V / 24 V starter and charge alternator
  • Replaceable air, fuel, and oil filters
  • Mechanical governor control
  • Tropical type radiator
  • Flexible fuel hose
  • Oil drain valve and extension hose
  • Industrial-type silencer and steel compensator
  • Maintenance-free starter battery
  • Water jacket heater
  • 1500 rpm engine speed
  • IP 21-23 Protection Standard
  • H Insulation Class
  • 50 Hz Frequency
  • 4 pole brushless synchronous type alternator
  • Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR)
  • 400/230V AC Output Voltage – 1500 rpm
  • Convenient design for easy lifting and carrying
  • High standard soundproof canopy design
  • Modular design with easily removable nuts – bolts
  • Lockable doors
  • Transparent window for watching Control Panel
  • Electrostatic powder painted, providing protection
    against harsh weather conditions
  • Emergency STOP button
  • Fuel tank inside the chassis
  • Anti-vibration wedges (engine – chassis and chassis –
  • Thermal magnetic CB (for automatic models)
  • Super Silent Canopy
  • Mobile Generator Sets
  • Automatic fuel filling system
  • Synchronization panel
  • 3 Pole and 4 Pole ATS (Automatic Transfer Switch)
  • Fuel Heater, Oil Heater
  • External fuel tank and automatic fuel filling system
  • Fuel-water separator filter
  • Remote monitoring and control system
Standby PowerVoltage230/400
Standby PowerkVA22
Standby PowerkW17,6
Standby PowerAmper32
Prime PowerVoltage230/400
Prime PowerkVA19,8
Prime PowerkW15,8
Prime PowerAmper28,5
Output Values
Without CanopyWidth900 mm
Without CanopyLength1800 mm
Without CanopyHigh1100 mm
Without CanopyWeight500 kg
Without CanopyFuel Tank Capacity180 lt
With CanopyWidth900 mm
With CanopyLength2000 mm
With CanopyHigh1400 mm
With CanopyWeight650 kg
With CanopyFuel Tank Capacity180 lt
Dimensions & Weight
Standby Power (kVa/kw)25/20
Prime Power (kVa/kw)23/18
Output Voltage (V)231/400
Frequency (Hz)50
Stationary Vol. Regulation(±)0,01
Short Circuit Current%300 (10 sec)
E ciency (%)88
Overloading110% for 1 hour
Power Factor (cos Q=0.8)0,8
Tot. Harmonic Dist. Rate<1 %
Connection TypeStar
Number of Pole4
Number of BearingSingle
Model4100 D
Max. Total Output Pow. (kWm/hp)30/40
Cylinder Displacement (lt)2,043
Cylinder Orientation4 Single Line
Bore x Stroke(mm*mm)85*95
Compression Ratio18;1
Governor TypeMechanic
Rotation1500 RPM
Aspiration SystemNatural
Cooling SystemWater Cooled
Electrical System(V DC)12
Oil Capacity (lt)8
Engine Coolant Capacity (lt)14
Fuel Cons. %50 (lt/h)2,41
Fuel Cons. %75 (lt/h)3,9
Fuel Cons. %100 (lt/h)5,28
Diesel Engine


  • Diesel and gas genset support
  • 400Hz operation support
  • 400 event logs, full snapshot
  • All parameters front panel editable
  • 3 level configuration password
  • 128×64 graphical LCD display
  • Downloadable languages
  • Waveform display of V & I
  • Harmonic analysis of V & I
  • 16Amp MCB & GCB outputs
  • 8 configurable digital inputs
  • 6 configurable digital outputs
  • 3 configurable analog inputs
  • Both CANBUS-J1939 & MPU
  • 3 configurable service alarms
  • Multiple automatic exerciser
  • Weekly operation schedule
  • Dual mutual standby with equal aging of gensets
  • Manual “speed fine adjust” on selected ECUs
  • Automatic fuel pump control
  • Disable protections feature
  • Excess power protection
  • Reverse power protection
  • Overload IDMT protection
  • Load shedding, dummy load
  • Multiple load management
  • Current unbalance protection
  • Voltage unbalance protection
  • Fuel filling & fuel theft alarms
  • Battery back-up real time clock
  • Idle speed control
  • Battery charge run enabled
  • Combat mode support
  • Multiple nominal conditions
  • Contactor & MCB drive
  • 4 quadrant genset power counters
  • Mains power counters
  • Fuel filling counter
  • Fuel consumption counter
  • Modem diagnostics display
  • Configurable through USB,
  • RS-232 and GPRS
  • Free configuration program
  • Allows SMS controls
  • Ready for central monitoring
  • Mobile genset support
  • Automatic GSM geo-location
  • GPS connectivity (RS232)
  • Easy USB firmware upgrade
  • IP65 rating with optional gasket
  • Mains & genset PN/PP voltages
  • Mains & genset frequency
  • Mains & genset phase currents
  • Mains & genset neutral currents
  • Mains & genset, phase & total, kW, kVA, kVAr, pf
  • Engine speed
  • Battery voltage
  • AMF unit
  • ATS unit
  • Remote start controller
  • Manual start controller
  • Engine controller
  • Remote display panel
  • USB Device
  • RS-232 (2400-57600baud)
  • J1939-CANBUS
  • Geo-locating through GSM
  • GPS support (RS-232)
  • Internet Central Monitoring
  • SMS message sending
  • E-mail sending
  • Free PC software: Rainbow Plus
  • Modbus RTU
  • Modbus TCP/IP

Diesel Engine of the Generators

EMS Power Machines” uses diesel engines that are manufactured with the latest technology, in accordance with ISO3046 standards, and designed for generator sets. The diesel engines used; are designed for low fuel consumption, with 4-stroke type, direct injection, with all needed limiting and level sensors, with diesel electronic or mechanical type governor mounted on the fuel pump for sensitive speed adjustment or regulation.

The engines used, may have oil, air, or water-type cooling systems, depending on customer request and the diesel engine. There are also oil, fuel, and air filters that are designed for heavy operation conditions, which provide the engine with a long lifetime with high performance. All the equipment that is needed for the diesel engine for operating safely and reliably, is provided along with the generator set.

EMS Power Machines can provide a base frame fuel tank or free-standing fuel tank dependent on the model preferences of the customer. Larger sets require free-standing fuel tanks due to the need for high fuel capacity.
Fuel tanks are manufactured of plate steel or other suitable materials.
Teksan ensures that the fuel tanks are all manufactured in accordance with relevant standards. EMS Power Machines fuel tanks are equipped with:

  • Filling cap
  • Tank ventilation
  • Fuel outlet valve
  • Fuel return connections
  • Tank drainage plug
  • Sediment trapping section
  • Level gauge pipe
  • Float switches (Optional)
  • Automatic filling (Optional)

It is highly recommended to install a fuel filter and/or a water separator on the outlet line of these fuel tanks.

Engine Brands of Diesel Generators for Sale

  • Perkins Engines
  • Cummins Engines
  • Ricardo Engines
  • Baudoin Engines
  • Shanghai Dongfeng Engines
  • Volvo Engines
  • Yangdong Engines

We use any of the above-mentioned diesel engines for the production of our diesel generators according to the customers’ requests.

Perkins engines are manufactured in the UK and are very common in the generator production market.

75 KVA Generator with Ricardo Engine
75 KVA Generator with Ricardo Engine

Ricardo engines are manufactured in China and have a very high market share in the generator manufacturing market.

Base Frame of the Generators

The base frame on which the generator set is placed has been manufactured using proper steel plates or special profiles based on the necessary dynamic, static, and vibration calculations in order for providing high resistance. EMS Power Machines produces the base frames for all ranges in accordance with international standards.

Base Frame of the Generators
Base Frame of the Generators

The base frame of a generator, often referred to as the generator skid or chassis, is a crucial structural component that provides support, stability, and a foundation for the entire generator set. It plays a key role in ensuring the proper functioning, safety, and longevity of the generator. Here are some key aspects related to the base frame of generators:

Functions and Features

  1. Support Structure:
    • The base frame serves as the primary support structure for the generator set, providing a stable foundation to hold all the components together.
  2. Engine and Alternator Mounting:
    • The engine and alternator, the two main components of a generator set, are securely mounted on the base frame. Proper alignment and secure mounting are essential for efficient operation and to minimize vibrations.
  3. Vibration Isolation:
    • Many base frames incorporate features to isolate vibrations produced during the operation of the generator. This helps reduce noise and ensures that vibrations do not impact the performance or structural integrity of the generator.
  4. Fuel Tank Support:
    • In some generator sets, the fuel tank is integrated into or mounted on the base frame. This provides a secure and stable location for the fuel tank.
  5. Cooling System Support:
    • The cooling system components, such as radiators and cooling fans, are often mounted on or integrated into the base frame to ensure proper airflow and cooling.
  6. Lifting Points:
    • Base frames are designed with lifting points or provisions for lifting equipment. This facilitates ease of transportation, installation, and maintenance of the generator set.
  7. Weatherproofing:
    • Depending on the design, the base frame may provide some level of protection against environmental elements, such as rain and dust, to ensure the longevity of the generator set.
  8. Accessibility:
    • The base frame is designed to allow easy access to key components for maintenance and service tasks. This includes access panels and doors for routine inspections and repairs.
  9. Corrosion Resistance:
    • Base frames are often constructed from materials that offer corrosion resistance to withstand environmental conditions and ensure a longer service life.


  1. Material Selection:
    • Base frames are commonly made of steel, but the type and quality of the steel used can vary. The choice of materials depends on factors such as environmental conditions, weight considerations, and corrosion resistance.
  2. Size and Dimensions:
    • The size and dimensions of the base frame are determined by the overall size of the generator set. It should provide adequate space for all components and ensure proper ventilation.
  3. Site Conditions:
    • The design of the base frame should consider the specific site conditions where the generator will be installed. This includes factors such as seismic requirements, soil conditions, and available space.
  4. Transportation:
    • The base frame design should facilitate ease of transportation, considering factors such as size, weight, and lifting points.
  5. Regulatory Compliance:
    • The design and construction of the base frame should comply with relevant safety and construction standards set by regulatory authorities.

The base frame is a critical element in the overall design and functionality of a generator set. Its design and construction should align with the specific requirements of the generator and the intended application. Manufacturers often provide detailed specifications for the base frame in the generator set documentation. When selecting or installing a generator set, it’s important to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and consider any site-specific requirements.

Vibration Isolators

Vibration isolators, also known as vibration mounts or isolating mounts, are components used in diesel generators to reduce the transmission of vibrations and noise generated during the operation of the engine. These isolators play a crucial role in enhancing the overall performance, stability, and comfort of the generator set. Here are key aspects related to the vibration isolators of diesel generators:

Functions and Features

  1. Vibration Reduction:
    • The primary function of vibration isolators is to reduce the transmission of vibrations generated by the diesel engine to the surrounding structure. This helps minimize the impact of vibrations on adjacent equipment and structures.
  2. Noise Reduction:
    • In addition to reducing vibrations, isolators also contribute to noise reduction. They help isolate the generator set from its surroundings, preventing the transmission of noise to nearby areas.
  3. Component Protection:
    • Vibration isolators protect various components of the generator set, including the engine, alternator, and other critical parts, from the potentially damaging effects of excessive vibrations.
  4. Structural Integrity:
    • By reducing vibrations, isolators contribute to maintaining the structural integrity of the generator set and the surrounding infrastructure. Excessive vibrations can lead to wear and tear on components and may compromise the overall stability of the generator.
  5. Isolation from External Vibrations:
    • Isolators not only prevent the transmission of internal vibrations but also isolate the generator set from external vibrations, such as those from nearby machinery or environmental factors.
  6. Adjustability:
    • Some vibration isolators are designed to be adjustable, allowing for fine-tuning to achieve optimal vibration isolation based on the specific operating conditions and requirements.

Types of Vibration Isolators

  1. Spring Mounts:
    • Spring mounts use metal springs to isolate vibrations. They are effective in reducing both high and low-frequency vibrations.
  2. Rubber Mounts:
    • Rubber mounts, or elastomeric mounts, use rubber or other elastomeric materials to absorb and dampen vibrations. They are effective for isolating high-frequency vibrations.
  3. Air Springs:
    • Air springs use compressed air to provide isolation. They are effective in isolating low-frequency vibrations and are often used in large and heavy machinery.
  4. Viscous Dampers:
    • Viscous dampers use hydraulic fluid to absorb and dissipate vibrations. They are effective in isolating both high and low-frequency vibrations.
  5. Active Isolation Systems:
    • Active isolation systems use sensors and actuators to actively counteract vibrations in real-time. These systems can provide dynamic and adaptive vibration control.


  1. Application Specifics:
    • The selection of vibration isolators should consider the specific application, environmental conditions, and the frequency spectrum of vibrations generated by the diesel generator.
  2. Load Capacity:
    • The isolators should be selected based on the load capacity of the generator set to ensure proper support and isolation.
  3. Installation and Maintenance:
    • Proper installation and regular maintenance of the vibration isolators are crucial to ensure their effectiveness over time.
  4. Regulatory Compliance:
    • Compliance with relevant safety and regulatory standards should be considered when selecting vibration isolators.
  5. Manufacturer Recommendations:
    • Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for the type and specification of vibration isolators suitable for a particular generator model.

Vibration isolators are integral components that contribute to the smooth and reliable operation of diesel generators while minimizing the impact on surrounding structures and environments. When selecting or maintaining vibration isolators, it’s essential to consider the specific requirements of the generator set and follow the guidelines provided by the generator manufacturer.

Vibration insulators are used in order to decrease the negative effects of vibrations caused by the rotational movement of the engine and alternator. These insulators which also prevent the vibration to be transferred from
the base frame to the ground, are placed between the engine/alternator and the base frame. Specially chosen vibration isolators are mounted between the engine, alternator, and base frame. Alternatively, in bigger generator sets, vibration isolators are mounted between the base frame and floor.

Exhaust System and Silencer

An exhaust system should be designed to decrease the noise coming from the exhaust manifold and dispel the exhaust gases into the atmosphere. The exhaust system consists of a flexible compensator that absorbs vibration and expansion, steel pipes, bend, silencer, and mounting equipment. Further details on exhaust systems can be found in the “Installation” section of this manual.

Exhaust System and Silencer of Generators
Exhaust System and Silencer of Generators

The exhaust system and silencer of a diesel generator play a crucial role in managing and reducing the noise and emissions produced during the operation of the generator. Here are key aspects related to the exhaust system and silencer of diesel generators:

Exhaust System

  1. Exhaust Manifold:
    • The exhaust manifold collects exhaust gases from the engine cylinders and directs them to the exhaust system.
  2. Turbocharger (if applicable):
    • In some diesel generators, especially those with larger engines, a turbocharger may be used to increase the efficiency of exhaust gas evacuation.
  3. Piping:
    • Exhaust piping carries the hot gases from the engine to the other components of the exhaust system. It is designed to withstand high temperatures and is often insulated to prevent heat dissipation.
  4. After-Treatment Devices:
    • Modern diesel generators often incorporate after-treatment devices such as diesel particulate filters (DPF) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems to reduce emissions and comply with environmental regulations.


  1. Purpose:
    • The silencer, or muffler, is designed to reduce the noise generated by the exhaust gases as they exit the generator. It helps in creating a more tolerable and quieter operating environment.
  2. Design:
    • Silencers are typically designed with sound-absorbing materials and internal baffles to attenuate and dissipate sound energy. The design may vary based on the specific noise reduction requirements.
  3. Inlet and Outlet:
    • Silencers have inlet and outlet ports that are connected to the exhaust piping. The exhaust gases enter the silencer through the inlet and exit through the outlet.
  4. Materials:
    • Silencers are constructed using materials that can withstand high temperatures and corrosion, given the harsh environment of exhaust gases.
  5. Resonators (if applicable):
    • Some silencers may incorporate resonators to further dampen specific frequencies of sound and enhance noise reduction.
  6. Spark Arrestor (if applicable):
    • In certain applications, especially in environments where the risk of fire is a concern, a spark arrestor may be included in the silencer to prevent sparks from exiting the exhaust.


  1. Noise Regulations:
    • Compliance with local noise regulations is a critical consideration when selecting or designing the exhaust system and silencer. Different regions may have specific noise level requirements that need to be met.
  2. Emission Regulations:
    • Ensure that the exhaust system, including any after-treatment devices, complies with emissions regulations applicable to the generator’s location.
  3. Engine Efficiency:
    • The design of the exhaust system should not compromise the efficiency of the engine. It should allow for proper evacuation of exhaust gases without causing backpressure.
  4. Maintenance:
    • Regular inspection and maintenance of the exhaust system and silencer are essential to ensure proper functioning and longevity. This includes checking for leaks, corrosion, and damage.
  5. Installation:
    • Proper installation of the exhaust system and silencer is crucial for optimal performance. Consider factors such as proper clearances, support structures, and heat dissipation.
  6. Manufacturer Recommendations:
    • Follow the recommendations provided by the generator manufacturer regarding the selection, installation, and maintenance of the exhaust system and silencer.

The exhaust system and silencer are critical components that contribute to the safe and environmentally friendly operation of diesel generators. When selecting or maintaining these components, it’s important to consider both regulatory requirements and the specific operational needs of the generator. Consulting with the generator manufacturer or a qualified professional can help ensure that the exhaust system is designed and maintained to meet the necessary standards.

Control System

The control system of a diesel generator is a crucial component that governs and manages the operation of the generator set. It includes a range of components and features designed to monitor, control, and protect the generator during various operating conditions. Here are key aspects related to the control system of diesel generators:

Components of the Control System

  1. Control Panel:
    • The control panel is the interface through which operators interact with the generator. It typically includes displays, buttons, switches, and indicators for monitoring and controlling various parameters.
  2. Controller:
    • The controller is the central processing unit responsible for monitoring and regulating the generator’s functions. It may be a microprocessor-based controller that processes data from sensors and issues commands to different components.
  3. Sensors:
    • Various sensors are deployed throughout the generator to measure critical parameters such as engine speed, oil pressure, coolant temperature, voltage, and current. These sensors provide real-time data to the controller.
  4. Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR):
    • The AVR is responsible for maintaining a stable and consistent voltage output from the generator. It adjusts the excitation current to the generator’s alternator to control the voltage level.
  5. Engine Control Module (ECM):
    • The ECM monitors and controls the diesel engine’s operation. It manages fuel injection, air intake, exhaust emissions, and other parameters to optimize engine performance and efficiency.
  6. Governor:
    • The governor regulates the speed of the engine by controlling the fuel injection. It helps maintain a constant speed under varying loads.
  7. Protection System:
    • The protection system safeguards the generator against abnormal conditions such as overloading, overheating, low oil pressure, and over-speeding. It can initiate automatic shutdowns to prevent damage.
  8. Data Logging and Communication:
    • Some control systems feature data logging capabilities to record operational data over time. Communication interfaces may allow for remote monitoring and control.

Features and Functions

  1. Start/Stop Control:
    • The control system initiates the start and stop sequences of the generator based on manual or automatic commands.
  2. Load Sharing (Parallel Operation):
    • In parallel operation scenarios where multiple generators are connected, the control system ensures proper load sharing and synchronization.
  3. Synchronization:
    • The control system facilitates synchronization when connecting the generator to an electrical grid or other generators, ensuring a seamless connection without disturbances.
  4. Emergency Shutdown:
    • The control system includes emergency shutdown features that can be triggered in response to critical faults or unsafe conditions to protect the generator.
  5. Remote Monitoring and Control:
    • Advanced control systems may allow remote monitoring and control of the generator, providing real-time information and the ability to make adjustments from a distance.
  6. Diagnostic and Fault Analysis:
    • The control system can diagnose faults, provide alerts or alarms, and perform self-diagnostics to aid in troubleshooting and maintenance.


  1. Compatibility:
    • Ensure that the control system is compatible with the generator set and any additional components, especially if the generator is part of a larger power system.
  2. Scalability:
    • Consider the scalability of the control system to accommodate future upgrades or additions to the generator system.
  3. User Interface:
    • Evaluate the user interface of the control panel for ease of use and accessibility, especially for operators who need to monitor and manage the generator.
  4. Integration with Power Systems:
    • If the generator is part of a larger power distribution system, ensure that the control system can seamlessly integrate with other power management components.
  5. Training and Documentation:
    • Adequate training and documentation should be provided for operators to effectively use and troubleshoot the control system.

The control system is a critical aspect of diesel generators, ensuring reliable and efficient operation while providing essential protection features. When selecting a generator, it’s important to understand the capabilities of the control system and how well it aligns with the specific requirements of the intended application. Manufacturers typically provide detailed specifications and documentation related to the control system for each generator model.

Various control systems are developed for ensuring the protection of the generator set against failures, load transfers, and the reliability of the operation of the generator set. Control system designs can vary according to the customer requirements and assembling requirements. The main
types of control systems are Manual, Automatic, Standby, and Parallel working systems.

All control systems are mounted on steel panels containing a lockable door for easy reaching and service. Further technical information about the control systems of the generator sets can be found in the “Control Systems” section of this manual and the manual of the controller.

Installation of Generators

The installation of generators is a critical process that involves several steps to ensure proper functionality, safety, and compliance with regulations. Whether installing a standby generator for backup power or a prime power generator for continuous operation, following best practices is essential. Here is a general guide for the installation of generators:

1. Site Selection

  1. Regulatory Compliance:
    • Ensure compliance with local building codes, zoning regulations, and environmental requirements. Obtain any necessary permits before starting the installation.
  2. Space and Clearance:
    • Select a location with sufficient space for the generator and its accessories. Allow for proper clearance around the generator for maintenance and ventilation.
  3. Ventilation:
    • Ensure adequate ventilation to dissipate heat generated by the generator. Generators typically require space for air intake and exhaust.
  4. Accessibility:
    • Choose a location that allows easy access for installation, maintenance, and potential repairs. Consider factors such as crane access and pathways for transporting equipment.

2. Foundation and Mounting

  1. Foundation Construction:
    • Prepare a stable foundation for the generator. The foundation should be level, sturdy, and capable of supporting the generator’s weight.
  2. Vibration Isolation:
    • If applicable, install vibration isolators or mounts to minimize the transmission of vibrations from the generator to the foundation and surrounding structures.
  3. Anchor the Generator:
    • Anchor the generator securely to the foundation to prevent movement or shifting during operation or external forces.

3. Electrical Connections

  1. Transfer Switch Installation:
    • Install an automatic transfer switch (ATS) to facilitate seamless switching between the main power source and the generator during power outages.
  2. Wiring:
    • Connect the generator to the electrical distribution system following local electrical codes and regulations. Ensure proper sizing of conductors and adherence to safety standards.
  3. Grounding:
    • Establish proper grounding for the generator as per electrical codes. A grounding electrode system helps ensure safety and proper functioning.
  4. Voltage Configuration:
    • Verify that the generator’s voltage configuration matches the requirements of the connected loads. Adjust settings if necessary.

4. Fuel System

  1. Fuel Storage:
    • If the generator has an internal fuel tank, ensure it is filled with the appropriate fuel. For external fuel tanks, connect and test the fuel supply system.
  2. Fuel Quality:
    • Ensure that the fuel supply meets the specifications recommended by the generator manufacturer. Use clean and high-quality fuel.

5. Exhaust System

  1. Exhaust Piping:
    • Install the exhaust piping in compliance with local codes and regulations. Ensure proper venting of exhaust gases away from occupied spaces.
  2. Silencer Installation:
    • If a silencer is included, install it in the exhaust system to reduce noise emissions. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for placement and installation.

6. Control System

  1. Control Panel Wiring:
    • Connect the control panel to the generator and ensure proper wiring. Verify the functionality of control features such as start/stop, monitoring, and protection systems.
  2. Testing:
    • Conduct thorough testing of the control system to ensure all functions operate as intended. Test automatic start/stop sequences, alarms, and safety shutdowns.

7. Commissioning and Testing

  1. Load Testing:
    • Conduct load tests to ensure the generator can handle the expected loads. Verify the generator’s performance under varying load conditions.
  2. System Integration:
    • Integrate the generator into the overall power system. If multiple generators are used, ensure proper synchronization and load sharing.
  3. Commissioning Procedures:
    • Follow the commissioning procedures provided by the generator manufacturer. This may include adjusting settings, verifying alarms, and ensuring all systems are operational.

8. Documentation

  1. As-Built Documentation:
    • Prepare as-built documentation that includes detailed drawings, specifications, and records of the installation. This documentation is valuable for future maintenance and reference.
  2. Operation and Maintenance Manuals:
    • Provide the end user with comprehensive operation and maintenance manuals. Include information on routine maintenance, troubleshooting, and emergency procedures.

9. Training

  1. Operator Training:
    • Provide training for operators on how to start, stop, and operate the generator safely. Ensure they are familiar with the control panel and understand basic troubleshooting procedures.
  2. Maintenance Training:
    • Train maintenance personnel on routine maintenance tasks, including oil changes, filter replacements, and inspections. Emphasize the importance of following the manufacturer’s maintenance schedule.

10. Compliance

  1. Final Inspection:
    • Conduct a final inspection to ensure compliance with all applicable codes, regulations, and safety standards.
  2. Certifications:
    • Obtain any necessary certifications or approvals from local authorities or regulatory bodies.
  3. Record Keeping:
    • Keep detailed records of the installation, testing, and commissioning processes. This documentation may be required for compliance audits and warranty support.

11. Ongoing Monitoring and Maintenance

  1. Monitoring Systems:
    • Implement continuous monitoring systems for key parameters, such as fuel levels, oil pressure, and coolant temperature. Consider remote monitoring options for quick response to issues.
  2. Scheduled Maintenance:
    • Establish a scheduled maintenance program and adhere to the manufacturer’s recommendations. Regular maintenance is essential for the reliability and longevity of the generator.
  3. Emergency Response Plan:
    • Develop and communicate an emergency response plan outlining procedures to follow in the event of a generator malfunction or failure.


The installation of generators is a multifaceted process that requires careful planning, attention to detail, and compliance with various standards and regulations. Collaboration with experienced professionals, including electrical engineers, mechanical contractors, and generator technicians, can contribute to a successful installation. Additionally, consulting with the generator manufacturer and following their guidelines is essential to ensure optimal performance and longevity of the generator system.

The selection and preparation of the location where the generator set will be placed is the most important step of installation. So please make sure that the generator set is installed at a place that is selected and prepared fully in conformity with the instructions in this manual.

Also, remember that you can call us for any further information or confirmation about this issue. If the generator will be placed on an upper floor, not the basement or ground, the responsibility of static load distribution belongs to the customer. The customer should get approval from an authority about this issue before installation.

Environmental Conditions

Install the generator set in such a place that it will not be directly exposed to harsh environmental conditions such as rain, snow, hail, flood, humidity, excessive sunlight, extremely low or high temperature, dust, soil, sand or wind. The place where the generator set will be installed must be, clean, dry, well illuminated and ventilated, free of corrosive or conductive pollutant substances like dust, lint, smoke, oil vapor, exhaust smoke, etc…

Be sure to leave enough blank space around the generator set, in order to ease future maintenance or repair activities Remember that it can be necessary to disassemble the main parts like the engine, alternator, or base frame in some cases. The base ground where the generator will be settled must be clean dry and must have a good drainage system. Put the generator set in such a place that nobody unauthorized can access it, or at least take necessary precautions about it.

Place generator sets in such places that they will not be affected by the operation of any other machines. Do not install or run the generator set at any place that has any possibility of risk in terms of safety of operation.
Also, provide the necessary precautions (canopy option) or protections against bad weather conditions if it will be placed outside.

The doors of the room that the generator set will be placed in, must be at enough size for the main parts (engine, alternator, radiator, etc…) to pass through. Also, ventilation windows can be built portable or mobile for
this purpose.

Diesel Generator

A diesel generator is a device that converts diesel fuel into electricity. Diesel generators are typically used as backup power sources in the event of a power outage, but they can also be used as primary power sources in remote areas where there is no grid electricity available.

Diesel generators work by using a diesel engine to turn a generator. The diesel engine burns diesel fuel to create mechanical energy, which is then converted into electrical energy by the generator.

Diesel generators are available in a variety of sizes and power outputs. Some diesel generators are small enough to be portable, while others are large enough to power entire buildings or communities.

Diesel generators are a reliable and efficient way to generate electricity. They are also relatively easy to operate and maintain.

Here are some examples of where diesel generators are used:

  • Hospitals and other critical facilities: Diesel generators are used to provide backup power in hospitals, data centers, and other critical facilities. This ensures that these facilities continue to operate even in the event of a power outage.
  • Construction sites: Diesel generators are used to provide power for construction tools and equipment at construction sites. This allows construction work to continue even in remote areas where there is no grid electricity available.
  • Emergency services: Diesel generators are used to provide power for emergency services, such as ambulances and fire trucks. This ensures that these services can continue to operate even in the event of a power outage.
  • Remote areas: Diesel generators are used to provide primary power in remote areas where there is no grid electricity available. This allows people living in these areas to have access to electricity for lighting, cooking, and other essential needs.

Diesel generators are a valuable tool for generating electricity in a variety of situations. They are reliable, efficient, and easy to operate and maintain.

Diesel Generator Outputs

The output of a diesel generator is measured in kilowatts (kW). The output of a diesel generator is limited by the size and power of the diesel engine that it uses. Diesel generators are available in a variety of sizes and power outputs, ranging from small portable generators that produce a few kW of power to large industrial generators that produce thousands of kW of power.

The output of a diesel generator is also affected by a number of other factors, including:

  • Fuel quality: The quality of the diesel fuel used in a generator can affect its output. Lower quality diesel fuel can produce less power and can also damage the generator.
  • Air quality: The quality of the air that the generator is operating in can also affect its output. Operating a generator in thin air or in hot weather can reduce its output.
  • Maintenance: Proper maintenance of a diesel generator is essential to ensure its optimal performance. A generator that is not properly maintained may produce less power and may also be more likely to break down.

Here are some examples of the power outputs of different types of diesel generators:

  • Small portable generator: 1-5 kW
  • Medium-sized generator: 5-10 kW
  • Large generator: 10-100 kW
  • Industrial generator: 100 kW and up

The power output of a diesel generator is an important factor to consider when choosing a generator for a particular application. The generator should have enough power output to meet the needs of the devices and appliances that will be connected to it.

It is also important to note that the power output of a diesel generator is not the same as its efficiency. The efficiency of a diesel generator is the percentage of the fuel energy that is converted into electrical energy. A more efficient generator will produce more electrical energy for a given amount of fuel.

Diesel Generators

Diesel generators are a type of backup or standby power source that uses a diesel engine to generate electricity. These generators are widely used in various applications where a reliable and continuous power supply is crucial. Here are key aspects related to diesel generators:

Components of Diesel Generators

  1. Diesel Engine:
    • The diesel engine is the primary component responsible for converting diesel fuel into mechanical energy. This mechanical energy is then used to turn a generator to produce electricity.
  2. Generator (Alternator):
    • The generator, or alternator, converts the mechanical energy from the diesel engine into electrical energy. It consists of a rotor and a stator, and as the rotor turns within the stator’s magnetic field, it induces an electric current.
  3. Fuel System:
    • The fuel system stores and delivers diesel fuel to the engine for combustion. It typically includes a fuel tank, fuel pump, and fuel injectors.
  4. Cooling System:
    • Diesel generators have a cooling system to maintain optimal operating temperatures. This system may include a radiator, cooling fans, and a water or air cooling mechanism.
  5. Exhaust System:
    • The exhaust system is responsible for expelling the combustion gases produced during the diesel engine’s operation. It usually includes a muffler and may incorporate emission control devices.
  6. Control Panel:
    • The control panel houses the generator’s control and monitoring systems. It allows operators to start or stop the generator, monitor performance, and sometimes control other parameters such as voltage and frequency.
  7. Voltage Regulator:
    • The voltage regulator maintains a stable output voltage by adjusting the excitation current to the generator’s rotor.
  8. Battery Charger:
    • Diesel generators often have a battery or set of batteries to start the engine. A battery charger ensures that the batteries remain charged and ready to start the generator when needed.
  9. Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS):
    • An ATS is a crucial component for standby generators. It automatically switches the electrical load from the main power source to the generator when it detects a power outage and vice versa when the main power is restored.
Working Principle:
  1. Combustion: Diesel fuel is injected into the combustion chamber, and the heat generated by the compression of air ignites the fuel.
  2. Mechanical Energy: The combustion process produces high-pressure gases that expand, creating mechanical energy. This energy is used to rotate the engine’s crankshaft.
  3. Electricity Generation: The rotating crankshaft is connected to the generator, causing it to spin. As the generator’s rotor rotates within the stator, it induces an electric current, generating electricity.
  1. Emergency Power:
    • Diesel generators are commonly used for emergency backup power in critical facilities such as hospitals, data centers, and telecommunications facilities.
  2. Construction Sites:
    • They are used on construction sites to power tools and equipment where a reliable grid connection may not be available.
  3. Industrial Facilities:
    • Diesel generators provide backup power for industrial plants and manufacturing facilities to prevent production disruptions.
  4. Remote Locations:
    • In remote or off-grid locations, where a stable power supply from the grid is not feasible, diesel generators can provide a reliable source of electricity.
  5. Mining Operations:
    • Diesel generators are often used in mining operations to power equipment in remote and rugged environments.
  6. Agriculture:
    • Farms may use diesel generators to power irrigation systems, machinery, and other agricultural equipment.
  1. Fuel Availability:
    • Diesel fuel is widely available, making diesel generators suitable for various locations.
  2. Fuel Efficiency:
    • Diesel generators are known for their fuel efficiency, providing a cost-effective solution for standby power.
  3. Durability:
    • Diesel generators are generally robust and durable, capable of handling heavy loads and providing long service life.
  4. High Torque:
    • Diesel engines provide high torque, making them suitable for applications with varying load conditions.
  1. Noise and Emissions:
    • Diesel generators can be noisy, and their combustion process produces emissions. However, advancements in technology have led to quieter and more environmentally friendly models.
  2. Maintenance:
    • Regular maintenance is essential to ensure the proper functioning of diesel generators.
  3. Initial Cost:
    • Diesel generators may have a higher upfront cost compared to some other types of generators.

Diesel generators are a reliable and widely used solution for providing backup or primary power in various settings. The choice of a diesel generator depends on factors such as power requirements, environmental considerations, and the specific needs of the application.

Diesel generators are machines that convert the chemical energy of diesel fuel into mechanical energy, which is then used to generate electricity. They are a popular choice for a variety of applications, including prime power for remote locations, backup power for businesses, and emergency power for hospitals and other critical infrastructure.

Diesel generators are available in a wide range of sizes, from small portable generators that can be used to power a few appliances to large stationary generators that can power entire buildings or even small towns.

Diesel generators are typically powered by four-stroke diesel engines. Diesel engines are known for their reliability and fuel efficiency, making them a good choice for applications where long-term operation is required.

Diesel generators work by burning diesel fuel in the engine, which drives a generator to produce electricity. The electricity generated by the generator can then be used to power lights, appliances, and other electrical devices.

Diesel generators are a valuable source of backup power in the event of a power outage. They can also be used as a primary source of power in remote locations where there is no access to the electrical grid.

Here are some of the benefits of using a diesel generator:

  • Reliable: Diesel generators are very reliable and can operate for long periods of time without any problems.
  • Fuel-efficient: Diesel generators are fuel-efficient, which can save you money on operating costs.
  • Durable: Diesel generators are built to last and can withstand harsh operating conditions.
  • Versatile: Diesel generators can be used in a variety of applications, from prime power for remote locations to backup power for businesses and critical infrastructure.

If you are considering purchasing a diesel generator, be sure to do your research and choose a generator that is the right size and type for your needs. You should also consider the cost of fuel and maintenance when making your decision.

EMS Power Machines

We design, manufacture and assembly Power Machines such as – diesel generators, electric motors, vibration motors, pumps, steam engines and steam turbines

EMS Power Machines is a global power engineering company, one of the five world leaders in the industry in terms of installed equipment. The companies included in the company have been operating in the energy market for more than 60 years.

EMS Power Machines manufactures steam turbines, gas turbines, hydroelectric turbines, generators, and other power equipment for thermal, nuclear, and hydroelectric power plants, as well as for various industries, transport, and marine energy.

EMS Power Machines is a major player in the global power industry, and its equipment is used in power plants all over the world. The company has a strong track record of innovation, and it is constantly developing new and improved technologies.

Here are some examples of Power Machines’ products and services:

  • Steam turbines for thermal and nuclear power plants
  • Gas turbines for combined cycle power plants and industrial applications
  • Hydroelectric turbines for hydroelectric power plants
  • Generators for all types of power plants
  • Boilers for thermal power plants
  • Condensers for thermal power plants
  • Reheaters for thermal power plants
  • Air preheaters for thermal power plants
  • Feedwater pumps for thermal power plants
  • Control systems for power plants
  • Maintenance and repair services for power plants

EMS Power Machines is committed to providing its customers with high-quality products and services. The company has a strong reputation for reliability and innovation. Power Machines is a leading provider of power equipment and services, and it plays a vital role in the global power industry.

EMS Power Machines, which began in 1961 as a small factory of electric motors, has become a leading global supplier of electronic products for different segments. The search for excellence has resulted in the diversification of the business, adding to the electric motors products which provide from power generation to more efficient means of use.

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