Weichai has large range of generators for export
First publishedin bauma China
Weichai's engines meet Chinese emissions standards 24V. Fuel usage is 191 litres/hour from a 31.8 litre engine with rated power of 880kW
Weichai was displaying engines from its generator range at Bauma 2014 in Shanghai, China. While not CE certified the company claims the range meets those standards. Currently the international service network is largely restricted to emerging markets with no coverage in Western Europe or North America. The firm has both 50Hz and 60Hz frequency generators with natural aspiration, turbocharged and turbocharged and aftercooled.
The smallest model the WPG13.5*1 can produce 10kW and a rated current of 18A and standby capacity of 13.5KVA with a system voltage of 12V using 2.5 litres/hour from a 2.1 litre 17.5kW engine. The smallest turbocharged unit is the WPG41*9 which produces 30kW with 41.0KVA standby capacity 54A rated current with a 12V system voltage with fuel usage of 7.5 litres/hour from a 3.1 litre unit delivering 45kW. The WPG88*9 is the smallest turbocharged and aftercooled unit. It delivers 64kW of rated power with a standby capacity of 88.0KVA and rated current of 115A at 24V system voltage. Fuel use is 16 litres/hour from a 4.5 litre engine with 90kW. The largest unit is the WPG1100B7 which gives 800kW of power with standby capacity of 1100KVA and rated current of 1440A.