Swiss Kraft SK-8500 Generator - Affordable, Reliable, Durable

Swiss Kraft SK-8500 Generator - Affordable, Reliable, Durable

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Swiss Kraft SK-8500 Generator  Affordable, Reliable, Durable

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Swiss Kraft SK-8500 Generator  Affordable, Reliable, Durable

 


Air Cooled Gasoline Generator

8500 Watt peak


The air-cooled single-cylinder four - stroke engine (also E10-compatible) is operated with unleaded gasoline.


Specifications

Swiss Kraft Generator 8.5kw Gasoline Generator

50hz, 220/380V

15 litre tank - approx. 11 hours running time

Weight: 38 kg


Powerful petrol power generator with a peak power of 8500 watts.

12/ 230/380 volt outlets.
Continuous output of up to 6000 watts
Operating time with full tank up to 11 hours ( at ½  load)
Low oil automatic shutoff
15 Litres capacity

Voltmeter
Noise: LWA dB ( A) 65

Automatic Voltage Regulator

Auto-Breaker (overload protection and oil level Emergency Indicator )

Engine:

1-cylinder , 4 -stroke , air -cooling gasoline engine

Displacement (ml ) :163

3000 RPM

Recoil Starter

15 L fuel tank

Engine oil capacity (L): 0.6

Noise level at 7m (dB): 65

Generator:

AC Frequency (Hz): 50 Hz

AC output voltage ( V) 12/230/380 volts

Rated AC output (constant) : 6000 W

Maximum AC output power (peak ) : 6500 W

Sockets:

3x EURO AC 230 volts ( 2000 watts on each connector)

1x AC 380 volts ( 2000 watts )

1x DC 12 Volt

Dimensions and weight:

Net weight (kg):40

Dimensions ( LxWxH):65 x 45 x 45 cm

Please Note:


Colour and external appearance may differ. Functionality as listed or superior.

Technical Explanation:

The performance of a 3-phase : You can only remove one third of the rated power per phase. When connecting 3-phase machines this is usually not a problem since the load in this case is mostly symmetrical, hence the phases are equally loaded. If you are using 1-phase loads on a three - phase generator, so you must take into account that loads provide split to reflect on the phases .

If you operate AC appliances simultaneously on a 3-phase generator you should make sure that the total power of the individual phase conductors is not exceeded.

Example:

The rated power of 3-phase generator is 4.5 kW at 400V . Therefore, the maximum phase, 4.5 kW / 3 = 1.5 kW. The load is assumed to be a three-phase motor with 3kW rated load. Thus, the current load per phase is 3kW / 3 = 1 kW. This 0.5 kW ( = 500 watts) would not be available in this case.

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