Digital Generator

 

General Purpose Generator

 

Super Silent Generator

 

Ultra Silent Generator

 

Industrial Generator

Backup Generator

 


Backup Generator South Africa

 

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

 

Backup Generator IG1000

Backup 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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Backup Generator IG2600

Backup 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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General Purpose Backup Generator South Africa

 

Most generators are equipped with a brushless alternator, which is good for establishing a stable voltage in a short time. Meanwhile, the generator set can still maintain a quality output.

 

Backup Generator KGE12E

Backup 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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Backup Generator KG12E3

Backup 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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Backup Generator KDE6700TA

Backup 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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Super Silent Backup Generator South Africa

 

KIPOR generators develops super silent products in view of customers requirements. The super silent range of generators has been developed for standby power applications.

 

Backup Generator KDE12STA

Backup Generator KDE12STA

 

Rated frequency 50 Hz
Rated output 8.5 kVa
Single phase
Pole number 2
Digital Panel type
Dry weight 310kg
Engine Model KM2V80G

 

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Backup Generator KDE12STA3

Backup Generator KDE12STA3

 

Rated frequency 50 Hz
Rated output 10.5
Rated rotation speed 3000r/min
B insulation Grade
Pole Number 2
Digital Panel Type
Engine Model KD2V80G

 

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Backup Generator KDE19STA

Backup Generator KDE19STA

 

Rated Frequency 50 Hz
Rated Voltage 230 V
Rated Speed (r/min) 3000
Total displacement 1.048L
Engine Model KM376AG
Pressure splashed lubricating system
Dry weight 422kg

 

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Backup Generator KDE19STA3

Backup Generator KDE19STA3

 

Rated Frequency 50 Hz
Rated Voltage 230
Rated Speed (r/min) 3000
Pole number 2
Engine Model KM376AG
Total Displacement 1.048L
Pressure splashed lubricating system

 

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 Backup Generator

 

Just a few years back if you asked someone if they had a generator, you would have been laughed at. But now owning a power generator has become something of a necessity since almost all the activities of our day-to-day life depend on some electrical appliance or the other and we just cannot manage to put things on hold due to a power outage. Generators are a blessing when there is a power outage or failure. Imagine spending hours stuck in an elevator or holed up in darkness on a stormy evening. In places where there are no power lines, for any reason, generators are even more a necessity. Most generators convert mechanical energy into electrical energy, commonly known as electricity. There are many generators available in the market today, using a variety of power generation methods and different fuels. There are 2 basic types of backup generators: stand-by generators and backup generators.

 

Backup Generators are used as a back-up system for a home or a commercial establishment. It is typically connected to the electrical system of the building and is generally placed outside the building. It is wired in such a way that in the event of a power failure, the generator is automatically turned on after a small, pre-fixed duration. backup generators are generally bulky and difficult to move around the house. Hence they are usually kept in a fixed place, near the building to which they are to provide power, in a shed or some such shelter. The advantage of having a backup generator is that it might (depending on the capacity of the system) be able to support an entire household or establishment for a long duration of time.

 

Backup Generators, on the other hand, are usually compact systems that carry out the same functionality as a stand-by generator but are convenient to move around as and when required. backup Generators provide users with an independence and convenience that backup systems fail to provide. backup Generators provide power for camping, partying and more.

 

The following are the advantages of using backup Generators:
Less expensive to buy and to maintain.
Light-weight and compact.
Usage even in places where there are no power lines. For example on a campsite or a construction site.
Even within a home or establishment, a backup generator can be used to provide an extra electrical outlet.

 

Backup generators are available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colours and also using different kinds of fuel to generate electric power. The user can also decide which backup generator to buy depending on the cost of the same. The only drawback of a backup Generator is that owing to its small size, the fuel tank is also small, which in turn needs to be refilled in short spans of time. Even if the fuel tank is large, the fuel has to be used up once in a fixed period of time so as to keep the fuel from spoiling due to disuse.

 

All said and done, depending on the needs of the user, a backup Generator makes life a lot more relaxed, knowing that help is at hand in the event of any electricity or power failure.