Standby Rating for a standby engine should be sized for a maximum of
70% average load factor and roughly 200 hours per year. Standby power
ratings should never be applied except in true emergency outage
situations. With standby rated generators there is no overload capability
built into the units.
Prime Power is the maximum power accessible at the variable load for
an unlimited number of hours per year in a variable load setting. It is not
advisable that the variable load exceed 70% average of the prime power
rating during any operational period. If the engine is running at 100%
prime power, yearly hours should not exceed 500. Overload situations
should be avoided however a 10% overload capability is available for a 1
hour period within a 12 hour cycle of operation.
Continuous Power is used in applications where suppliying power is at a
constant %100 load for an unlimited number of hours each year.
Continuous power rated units are most widely used in applications where
the power grid is unreachable.
Our generators are manufactured in compliance with VDE 0530, BSE 4999
BS5000, IEC 34, EN12601; EN60204-1; TS ISO 8528-1 … -13; EN12100-1;
EN12100-2; EN61000-6-4; EN61000-6-2; EN61000-4-11; EN61000-4-6;
EN61000-4-5; EN61000-4-2; EN55011; EN55016-2-1; EN55016-2-3;
EN61000-3-2; EN61000-3-3; EN55014-1; EN61000-6-2; EN61000-4-3;
EN61000-4-4; EN61000-4-8; EN61000-4-11; TS EN ISO 3744; TS EN ISO
3746; TS EN 60034-1; TS EN 60034-22; TS EN ISO 3046; BS 5514; NEMA
MG 21; IEC 60034, BS 4999/5000 and TS EN 60947-1..4 standards.
We have ISO 9001-2015, ISO 14001-2015, ISO 45001-2018 and ISO
1002-2006 management system certificates from Kiwa, an accredited
independent quality organization.
Our generators up to 400 kw are manufactured in compliance with
2000/14/EC European noise emission directive and certified from Ente
We also have TS ISO 8528-4, TS ISO 8528-5, TS EN 13501-1+A1:2013
flame retardancy and TTS EN ISO 9227 certificates against anti-corrosion
together with CE Declaration.