Cummins 220kw Generator Set
CCEC 220kw generator set Chongqing Sanchai Power Group, the predecessor is Chongqing Sanchai Engine Manufacture Co., Ltd. Established in 2009, located in Tongliang Industrial Park of Chongqing, mainly specialized in research, development, design, manufacture, sales and after-sale service of...
CCEC 220kw generator set
220 KW/275 KVA
242 KW/302 KVA
Chongqing Sanchai Power Group, the predecessor is Chongqing Sanchai Engine Manufacture Co., Ltd. Established in 2009, located in Tongliang Industrial Park of Chongqing, mainly specialized in research, development, design, manufacture, sales and after-sale service of diesel engines, gas engine, marine engines and engine spare parts. Sanchai's prime products include newly developed series of high-power engines (from 132.6 to 2000 HP), such as NT855, KTA19, KTA38, and KTA50 series diesel engine. Suitable for generator sets, engineering machineries, marine/vessels and heavy duty truck field.
Diesel Engine Technology
To operate effectively and safely, the engine must continuously deliver air, fuel and lubrication to the cylinders. In addition, engine emissions, created as by-products of combustion, must be treated to meet global environmental standards.
The modern diesel engine starts with a block, containing all the parts for the basic internal combustion process. There is an open space in the block for each cylinder, where the combustion process takes place.
The first piece we need is the crankshaft. This is the piece that converts the linear motion created by combustion into rotational motion.
Next we need something to connect the crankshaft to the cylinder and carry the force of the combustion to it. These are the connecting rods.
Each connecting rod attaches to a piston at the top. The pistons create the bottom of the combustion chamber and move up and down in the cylinder during operation.
At the top of the block is the cylinder head. This closes the top of the combustion cylinder to contain the force of the combustion event. The head can be one unit covering all the cylinders or multiples with each covering a portion of the cylinders, depending on the design.