The Javac gas generators, in a version from 8 to 23 kW, are typically generators mainly used for emergency power installations, provided with an ATS mains switch.
The big advantage is that you don’t have to stock up on fuel.
It is sufficient that you connect it to your natural gas network, or existing gas tank.
An air-cooled version was deliberately chosen for the 8 kW, and for the 13 and 23 kW for a water-cooled engine, in function of more intensive use.
These generators testify to a high quality standard, the engines are a Suzuki petrol engine in concept, which can run as desired on petrol or on natural gas or LPG.
When ordering, please indicate which gas you want to run on, so that we can adjust the engine.
The generators are designed to operate in the open air.
However, make sure that this generator is protected against weather influences (roof).
You can also opt to place these gas generators indoors in a garage or basement, but make sure you have an exhaust to the outside and a gas detector, as safety that you get a gas leak.
You leave the installation and connection of the gas generator to our trained staff, who can also connect the ATS to the grid if desired.
When used as an emergency power generator, this generator will automatically start up in the event of a power failure, the internal circuit will take approximately 15 seconds to actually take over the grid.
During this period you will “go through the dark” this can be bridged provided a UPS (eg doctor’s cabinets) when the power failure is restored, the ats will also automatically give the grid priority back, without creating “back feed”.
The generator will continue to run for another 30 seconds to cool the engine.
To determine the power of your generator you must add up all the necessary users.
In many cases, the 8 kW gas generator is more than powerful enough for a residential environment to save you the trouble of a power cut.
If you use the generator as a regular power supply, also take into account certain non-linear users such as compressors, pumps, etc.