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Generators are units of machinery built to supply (or generate) power and electricity without assistance from other machines. Generators function as stand-alone units and range between powering single outlets to entire buildings. By converting mechanical energy into electricity, generators have found themselves to be used both by businesses in every industry as well as by individuals for private use. Generator take the mechanical energy from its engine to initiate the movement of an electric charge through wires connected to an external circuit.

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  • Other JENBACHER 336 KW, Other GeneratorsOther JENBACHER 336 KW: : 607237DE01 Engine Specs: Mfr: Jenbacher Hours: 0 Fuel: Di , Additional Information: Generator Specs: Unit

    Other Generators

    United States, CO

    CO
    7d

    On Request
  • Cummins 125 KW, Other GeneratorsCummins 125 KW: : Engine Specs: Mfr: Cummins Hours: 0 , Additional Information: Generator Specs: Unit

    Other Generators

    United States, CO

    CO
    7d

    On Request
  • Other ALTORFER POWER SYSTEMS APS150, 2013, Other GeneratorsOther ALTORFER POWER SYSTEMS APS150Additional Information: 07/16 162761 171.5 2013 6.6 APKXL06.6PJ1 N/A PERKINS T3 U039345W

    Other Generators
    2013 14,779 h
    United States, Henderson, NV
    7d

    30,205 USD
  • Other ALTORFER POWER SYSTEMS APS150, 2013, Other GeneratorsOther ALTORFER POWER SYSTEMS APS150Engine power: , Additional Information: 07/16 162760 171.5 2013 6.6 APKXL06.6PJ1 N/A PERKINS T3 U039339W

    Other Generators
    2013 10,578 h
    United States, Henderson, NV
    7d

    43,205 USD
  • Other ALTORFER POWER SYSTEMS APS150, 2013, Other GeneratorsOther ALTORFER POWER SYSTEMS APS150Engine power: , Additional Information: 07/16 162759 171.5 2013 6.6 APKXL06.6PJ1 N/A PERKINS T3 U039337W

    Other Generators
    2013 11,891 h
    United States, Henderson, NV
    7d

    67,205 USD
  • Cummins 180 KW, 2001, Other GeneratorsCummins 180 KW: : B010206468 Engine Specs: M , Additional Information: Generator Specs: Unit

    Other Generators
    2001
    United States, CO

    CO
    7d

    On Request
  • MTU 2500RXCSDT2, 2008, Diesel GeneratorsMTU 2500RXCSDT2Output: 2500, Additional Information: This is a 2008 MTU Stationary Skid Mounted Standby Diesel Generator with low hours. It's 2500KW, 60 Hz, 120/208 V, 12 Lead Reconnectabl

    Diesel Generators
    2008
    United States
    7d

    On Request
  • Cummins DFEK-1220537, 2013, Diesel GeneratorsCummins DFEK-1220537Engine: Cummins, Output: 500, Additional Information: This is a 2013 Cummins Onan Stationary Diesel Generator with 46 hours. It's 500KW, 60 Hz, 480 V, 12 Lead Reconnectable, single or 3 pha

    Diesel Generators
    2013 42 h
    United States
    7d

    On Request
  • Cummins DFGB, 1999, Diesel GeneratorsCummins 600DFGB 41540GEngine: Cummins, Output: 600, Additional Information: This is a 1999 Cummins Stationary Skid Mounted Diesel Generator with 461 hours. It's 600KW, 480V, 12 Lead reconnectable, Single or 3 ph

    Diesel Generators
    1999 461 h
    United States
    7d

    On Request
  • Kohler 500ROZD4, 2004, Diesel GeneratorsKohler 500ROZD4Engine: Volvo, Output: 500, Additional Information: This is a 2004 Kohler 500ROZD4 Stationary Diesel Generator with 598 hours. It's 500 KW, 277/480 V, 12 Lead re-connectable, Single or 3

    Diesel Generators
    2004 598 h
    United States
    7d

    On Request
  • Cummins DFED, 1999, Diesel GeneratorsCummins 500DFED 99141DEngine: Cummins, Output: 500, Additional Information: This is a 1999 Cummins Onan Stationary Diesel Generator with 649 hours. It's 500KW, 60 Hz, 480 V, 12 Lead Reconnectable, single or 3 ph

    Diesel Generators
    1999 649 h
    United States
    7d

    On Request
  • Atlas Copco QAS 138, 2005, Diesel GeneratorsAtlas Copco QAS 138

    Diesel Generators
    2005 14,245 h
    Spain, ALCALA DE GUADAIRA
    24h

    8,620 USD
  • Therm Dynamics TD1200PFDR, 2011, Petrol GeneratorsTherm Dynamics TD1200PFDR

    Petrol Generators
    2011 11,808 h
    Greece, ΑΣΠΡΟΠΥΡΓΟΣ
    24h

    On Request
  • Atlas Copco QAS 250, 2005, Diesel GeneratorsAtlas Copco QAS250/P

    Diesel Generators
    2005 29,840 h
    Spain, Vigo
    24h

    11,052 USD
  • Himoinsa Himoinsa 'HMW-2200-T5' heavy range, 2017, Diesel GeneratorsHimoinsa 'HMW-2200-T5' heavy rangeEngine: MTU '16V4000G63' 4-stroke diesel, Output: 2200, Generator: Himoinsa, Production country: UK

    Diesel Generators
    2017
    United Kingdom, Redditch and Buxton
    7d

    On Request
  • On Request
  • JCB G116QS, 2019, Diesel GeneratorsJCB G116QSCondition level grade (1-5): 5, Amount of previous owners: 0, Engine: JCB DIESELMAX, Output: 110, Generator: 3 phase, CE marked: Yes, Frequency: 50, Emission level: Stage IIIA, Voltage: 400, Gross weight: 1830, Production country: UK, Equipment: Tank Battery Control Panel Steel canopy

    Diesel Generators
    2019 1 h
    United Kingdom, Chelmsford, Essex
    7d

    On Request
  • JCB G115QS, 2019, Diesel GeneratorsJCB G115QSCondition level grade (1-5): 5, Amount of previous owners: 0, Engine: JCB DIESELMAX, Output: 115, Generator: 3 phase, CE marked: Yes, Frequency: 50, Voltage: 400, Gross weight: 1830, Production country: UK, Equipment: Tank Battery Control Panel Steel canopy

    Diesel Generators
    2019 1 h
    United Kingdom, Chelmsford, Essex
    7d

    On Request
  • FG Wilson XD150P2 - Perkins  (No Power) - DPX-11895, 2011, Diesel GeneratorsFG Wilson XD150P2 - Perkins (No Power) - DPX-11895Condition: Damaged, EPA marked: Yes, Engine: Perkins 1106C-E66TA, Output: 165, Generator: Leroy Somer LL3014H, CE marked: Yes, Frequency: 50, Voltage: 400, Gross weight: 2601, Transport dimensions (LxWxH): 3.6 x 1.13 x 2.06 , Equipment: Tank Battery Control Panel Steel canopy , Certificates: EPA CE

    Diesel Generators
    2011 17,887 h
    Netherlands, Oudenbosch
    7d

    6,078 USD
  • Kawakenki KK 30, 2019, Other GeneratorsKawakenki KK 30Condition level grade (1-5): 4

    Other Generators
    2019 1 h
    Netherlands, Scharsterbrug, Nederland
    7d

    4,973 USD

In North America, one of the most popular generators on the market is Caterpillars XQ2000-dGB. As one of the leading heavy machinery producers in the world, this diesel powered generator from Caterpillar has lived up to the brands sterling reputation. The XQ2000 is a large portable generator built on a trailer. The entire unit spans 40 feet long and stands 14 feet high as an enclosed unit. Inside the trailer sits an impressive 4-stroke diesel engine with a 15:1 compression ratio. While the XQ-2000 is fitted with a diesel engine, it also maintains the capacity to use other fuel types, such as gas, at a slightly lesser fuel efficiency.

Along with the many different types of generators are their many different sizes. Some portable generators are roughly the size of a lunch cooler and can weigh as little as 20lbs. On the flip side, many industrial and commercial stationary generators easily dwarf their portable counterparts. The biggest of the generator family (apart from the hydro-powered generators of dams) is the Caterpillar C175-20. This machine boasts 4,000 horsepower when running at a max RPM of 1,8000, has four parallel turbochargers, a V-20 engine layout, and pushes an incredible 16.474 lb-ft torque. The C175-20 uses an air-to-water intercooler air treatment combined with its air intake rate of 11,946 cubic feet of air per minute. Not surprisingly, such a powerful machine engine requires a great deal of fuel to maintain such high output. In order to keep Caterpillars biggest generator running it burns 274.4 gallons of diesel per hour. However, this budget-breaking gas tank doesn't burn its fuel in vain. The C175-20 supplies an astounding 4 megawatts (4 million watts) of standby power. To put that output into perspective, this monster Caterpillar is currently providing power for the entire Caribbean island of Mustique. Once put in place the C175-20 is rarely moved due to its weight and massive frame. This generator stands at 8 feet 4 inches high and stretches nearly 22 feet long with width that nearly matches its height. Given its dimensions, items no shock that the C175-20s weight makes it almost completely immovable. This giant generator, complete with a solid cast iron engine block, weighs an anchoring 25 tons.

While generators all use the same functionality for generating energy and electricity, they typically vary in 2 different ways: fuel verses energy and mobile verses immobile. As the name implies, diesel generators use compression-engines to provide power. Many diesel generators are also fitted with an alternator as a part of the generation process. Diesel generators are most commonly used in situations when there is no access to any power. Their ability to run off of diesel means that they can run as long as there is the fuel available to do so. Similarly, gas generators use gas to power their engines. Unlike diesel engines, which use a compression that ignites the fuel, gas engines combine fuel and air in the carburetor before the fuel is compressed. This process slows down the efficiency of the gas engines when compared to diesel. A third type of energy source for generators is petrol. Unlike gas and diesel engines, petrol generators use a spark ignition to start and run at a higher temperature than their counterparts. Combined with different fuel options, generators also vary in their mobility. Different sized generators are able to be wheeled by hand while others are rigged with hitches or sit on trailers to be pulled by other vehicles. Conversely, many of the larger generators are stationary to one location. These non-mobile engines are typically used to provide backup power to larger buildings in case of power outages. They are particularly common with businesses like grocery stores that need to keep their inventory cool in case the power grid goes down.

With such a vast amount of different generator options and combinations available it can be difficult to find a way to learn and stay on top of all the advancements happening. To remedy this, events such as the POWER-gEN International conference gather every year to focus on the present and future of the power generation industry. The next POWER-gEN event will take place in Orlando, Florida from December 4th-6th in 2018 at the Orange County Convention Center. The event will feature displays of the newest advances in generator technology with over 1,400 exhibitors, educational opportunities, and the opportunity to network with thousands of power professionals.

Whether you are looking for a small generator for home use or a large one for power backup on the commercial level, finding the perfect fit for you needs is easy with sources like Mascus USA. Mascus is an online used heavy equipment distributor that connects buyers with the generator that meets their specific needs. Similarly, if you are looking to sell your used generator, Mascus will help you get you machine in front of thousands of potential buyers. You can do this by following the simple 3-step sign up here.