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Perkins 1103A-33TG2 Electropak with Stamford alternators 3 phase - 60KVA


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Perkins 1103A-33TG2 Electropak with Stamford alternators 3 phase - 60KVA

Perkins 1103A-33TG2 Electropak with Stamford alternators 3 phase - 60KVA

The deal includes one Perkins electropak engine and Stamford alternator as per the attached specification sheet, please click the link to find out the engine performance and fuel consumption.

Each additional item you can add to your purchase is self explanatory ie:-

  • Control panel – this is a complete item that  fits to the alternator in basic form ( upto 250 Kva) it includes a key start module, 3 ammeters, 1 voltmeter, 1 Hz meter, 1 hour meter, oil and temperature gauges. On sets 300 Kva and above this includes a Digital control module. also Included in this price is the Circuit breaker and Ct’s right through to 2000 Kva.
  • Auto start on sets up to 250 Kva standard above.
  • ATS = Auto Transfer Switch this is a wall mounted control panel housing 2 x Contactors electrically and mechanically interlock with timers for mains failure, mains return, cool down and mains monitoring.
  • Acoustic Canopy this is a steel constructed with access doors to each side, insulated and supplied flat packed to 200 Kva and complete above that, all to standard 85dba @ 1 metre or better.
  • Assembly kit, this supplies you with the following:- Wiring loom, AVM’s, senders for water and oil, Bolts and washers for engine and alternator coupling, 12v dry charged battery with leads and tray.

Download spec sheet here

Control panel:
  + £326.00
Auto start:
  + £68.00
ATS control:
  + £581.00
Canopy:
  + £1,917.00
Assembly Kit:
  + £300.00

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