Product Specifications For 300KW Natural Gas / Biogas Generator

Short Description:

The engine of this series of products uses Guangxi Yuchai base gas engine, which is a well-known internal combustion engine manufacturer in China. The gas engine is optimized and improved together with NPT Company.

Engine’s gas mixture system, ignition and control system are independently matched and optimized by NPT, which are reliable and durable.

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Generator Set Specifications

Genset Model 300GFT
Structure integrated
Exciting Method AVR Brushless
Rated Power ( kW/kVA ) 300/375
Rated Current ( A ) 540
Rated Voltage ( V ) 230/400
Rated Frequency ( Hz ) 50/60
Rated Power Factor 0.8 LAG
No Load Voltage Range 95% ~ 105%
Stable Voltage Regulation Rate ≤±1%
Instantaneous Voltage Regulation Rate ≤-15% ~ +20%
Voltage Recover Time ≤3 S
Voltage Fluctuation Rate ≤±0.5%
Instantaneous Frequency Regulation Rate ≤±10%
Frequency Stabilization Time ≤5 S
Line-voltage Waveform Sinusoidal Distortion Rate ≤2.5%
Overall Dimension ( L*W*H ) ( mm ) 3850*1900*2080
Net Weight ( kg ) 4830
Noise dB ( A ) <93
Overhaul Cycle ( h ) 25000

Engine Specifications

Model NY196D35TL ( AVL Technology )
Type Inline, 4 strokes, electric control ignition, turbocharged and intercooled, pre-mixed lean burn
Cylinder Number 6
Bore*Stroke ( mm ) 152*180
Total Displacement ( L ) 19.597
Rated Power ( kW ) 350
Rated Speed ( r/min ) 1500/1800
Fuel Type Natural gas/Biogas
Oil (L) 52

Control Panel

Model 300KZY, NPT brand
Display Type Multi-function LCD display
Control Module HGM9320 or HGM9510, Smartgen brand
Operation Language English


Model XN4F
Brand XN ( Xingnuo )
Shaft Single bearing
Rated Power ( kW/kVA ) 300/375
Enclosure Protection IP23
Efficiency ( % ) 93.1

CHP(steam type) System Process Schematic Diagram


Thermal power plants (including thermal power plants that use fissile materials or burn coal, oil or natural gas) and general heat engines do not convert all thermal energy into electrical energy. In most heat engines, slightly more than half of the heat is lost as excess heat (see: the second law of thermodynamics and Carnot's theorem). By capturing the excess heat, combined heat and power (CHP) uses the heat wasted in conventional power plants. For the best conventional power plants, it has the potential to achieve thermal efficiency of up to 80%. This means that less fuel can be consumed and the same amount of useful energy can be produced.

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