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Old 09 Oct 2018, 09:21 pm
bill white
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Default MTU 20v4000

DIESEL GENERATOR SET
MTU 20V4000 DS3100
380V – 11 kV/50 Hz/Standby Power with overload/Fuel Consumption Optimized
MTU 20V4000G24F/Water Charge Air Cooling

MTU 20v4000 Benefits
- Low fuel consumption
- Optimized system integration ability
- High reliability
- High availability of power
- Long maintenance intervals

MTU 20v4000 Onsite Energy is a single-source supplier

MTU 20v4000 Support
- Global product support offered

MTU 20v4000 Standards
- Engine-generator set is designed and manufactured in
facilities certified to standards ISO 2008:9001 and
ISO 2004:14001
- Generator set complies to ISO 8528
- Generator meets NEMA MG1, BS5000, ISO, DIN EN and
IEC standards
- NFPA 110

MTU 20v4000 Power Rating
- System ratings: 2900 kVA - 2910 kVA
- Accepts rated load in one step per NFPA 110
- Generator set complies to G3 according to ISO 8528-5
- Generator set exceeds load steps according to ISO 8528-5

MTU 20v4000 Performance Assurance Certification (PAC)
- Engine-generator set tested to ISO 8528-5 for transient
response
- 85% load factor
- Verified product design, quality and performance integrity
- All engine systems are prototype and factory tested

MTU 20v4000 Complete range of accessories available
- Control panel
- Power panel
- Circuit breaker/power distribution
- Fuel system
- Fuel connections with shut-off valve mounted to base frame
- Starting/charging system
- Exhaust system
- Mechanical and electrical driven radiators
- Medium and oversized voltage alternators

MTU 20v4000 Emissions
- Fuel consumption optimized

MTU 20v4000 Certifications
- CE certification option
- Unit certificate acc. to BDEW (German Grid-Code)

MTU 20v4000 for sale
Pls send your inquiry details of engines and parts to Official mailbox : scdc@client-engine.com , we will offer soon after I got your inquiry.

http://www.scdc-engine.com/diesel_en...ine/23522.html
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