GSW67P 61kVA

GSW67P Pramac Perkins Silent Generator

Prime Output: 61 kVA / 49 kW Phase: 3-Phase
Standby Output: 66 kVA / 53 kW Voltage 400V -1 x 400V 63A Socket
Engine Model: UK Diesel Perkins 1104D-44TG3 Amps Per Phase: 87 (prime) 95 (standby)
Alternator Model: Mecc Alte ECP32-2M/4 B Control Panel: ComAp

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GSW67P

GSW67p Pramac Perkins Silent Diesel Generator

The GSW67P is a 60kVA 49kW (prime) and 66kVA 53kW (standby) power generator by Pramac with Perkins power diesel Uk built engine. The GSW67P is a 3-phase, 50Hz, stage iia emissions compliant silent diesel generator powered by a UK diesel Perkins 1104D-44TG3 engine, the Pramac Perkins GSW67P is controlled by a ComAP automatic controller for full control of the generator. This genset has 1 x 400V 63A socket

GSW67p

The Pramac Perkins GSW67P silent diesel generator comes with a 12 month Pramac manufacturers warranty.

Pramac GSW67p

The GSW67P components are neatly wrapped inside an acoustically treated sound reduced canopy keeping the sounds produced by the Perkins engine down to a respectable level very close to the generator. Sound waves are bounced around inside the canopy untill they dissapate. The GSW67P's canopy is made of regalvanized zinced steel modular panels for protection against corrosion and weathering. The canopy is fixed down for a weatherproofed and sound-reduced enclosure.

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The GSW67P features wide access doors to the engine and other componants for ease of maintenance and servicing.

The GSW67P comes with a ComAP control panel which is protected from the outside by a windowed door which can be locked shut.

More Information
Prime kVA 60.75
Prime kW 49
Standby kVA 66.38
Standby kWE 53
Engine Perkins UK Diesel 1104D-44TG3 (Stage iiia)
Alternator Mecc Alte ECO/P32-2L/4
Voltage 400 V
Phase Three Phase
Amps per Phase 88
Auto/Manual Control Panel Automatic Start
Controller Auto Start
Dry Weight (kg) 0.000000

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