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Emergency Power Generators

 

 

KIPOR strives to produce generators with high quality and to be environmentally friendly. As a result we have developed these emergency power generators.

 

Emergency Power Generator IG1000

Emergency Power Generator IG1000

 

Rated Frequency 50 60Hz
Rated Voltage 230 120/240V
Rated Speed (r/min) 5500
Automotive unleaded gasoline fuel type
Engine Model KG144
Displacement 53.5ml
UR5 Spark plug

 

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Emergency Power Generator IG2600

Emergency Power Generator IG2600

 

Rated Frequency 50 60Hz
Rated Voltage 230 120/240V
Rated Speed (r/min) 3600
Automotive unleaded gasoline fuel type
Engine Model KG166
Displacement 171ml
WR7DC Spark plug

 

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Emergency Power Generator KGE12E

Emergency Power Generator KGE12E

 

Rated frequency of 50 Hz
Rated output of 8.5 kVa
Pole Number 2
General Panel Type
Two receptables
Open frame Structure type
Engine Model KG690

 

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Emergency Power Generator KG12E3

Emergency Power Generator KG12E3

 

Rated frequency 50 Hz
Rated output 9.5 kVa
Insulation Grade B
Two single-phase receptacles
Rated rotation speed 3000r/min
Dry weight 161kg
Open frame structure type

 

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Emergency Power Generator KDE6700TA

Emergency Power Generator KDE6700TA

 

Rated frequency of 50 Hz
Rated output of 4.5 kVa
Pole Number 2
General Panel Type
Two receptables
Open frame Structure type
Engine Model KM186FAGET

 

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Emergency Power Generators


 

Emergency Power Generators

 

 

There are many needs that people have for emergency power generators. In fact, a 2008 study showed that houses that had power generators were far more likely to avoid house fires and electrical malfunctions during power outage times or times of power surges. However, one of the direst reasons that one might need this kind of generator is for an emergency. Because of all of the possibilities for power going on or off, it is important to remember the potential dangers that can come along with not having the proper emergency power generators in place. This is especially true in the case of a business or commercial building of some kind. Emergency power generators are good for so many reasons that it is important to understand what some of those reasons are.

 

The most common and the most obvious reason why this kind of power generator should be utilized is just in case something happened to cut off electricity in the area that the building is in. Power surges can be caused by a lot of things including the weather, plant production issues, even human error. Because of this, a building should always have a generator in place just in case something happens to cut the power. Because of the possibilities that could come along if a building were to lose power, it is usually in the best interest of the owner of the building to make sure that if a surge were to happen, their property would be taken care of in terms of electricity. Power surges can result in having to shut down business for a while, but can even be more serious and have repercussions such as being robbed as a result of the power being out. There are too many scenarios for business owners to gamble on.

 

Another reason why this kind of emergency power generator is important to have in all kinds of buildings is just in case the power output was higher than the amount of energy that the standard energy source can offer. It is conceivable to think that the power output of a business would need to be higher on some occasions. If this is the case, then those businesses might not have the traditional means to be able to supply the energy that would be necessary. This is why an emergency power generator would be a good thing to have. If the traditional power source is too weak to handle certain amounts of output, then the emergency generator can kick in and supply a decent sum of energy supplementation so that the energy source is not overheated by the single energy supply.

 

Though there are many other reasons why any commercial building or other professional or residential building should have some amount of emergency power generator, but the main reason is to just make sure that if something were to go wrong with the original power generator, there would be a backup of some kind so that nothing was lost in that moment. Because of all of the potential instances that could happen, it is just a good idea to ensure that an emergency power generator is in place so that, if something were to happen to the energy source, it would not ruin anything.