Full Generator - Türkiye




Generators are machines converting mechanical energy into electrical energy. Generators are available in two types: portable generators and stationary diesel generators.

Generators comprise a gasoline or diesel engine as the propulsion power source, alternator converting mechanical energy into electrical energy, chassis, and fuel tank made of steel sheet, control panel for system monitoring, automatic transfer panel for automatic power transfer and optional soundproof canopy for noise reduction and protection against adverse weather conditions.

Generators are mainly used as a backup energy source in places where power outages are experienced, or as the main energy source in areas where an electricity network is not available.

This is one of the most important questions to be answered. You can get support from the “Power Calculator” section on our site to determine your home needs. However, it is recommended that power needs are investigated and determined by our expert teams.

Working environment conditions strongly affect the performance and lifespan of your generator set.
Working Place: If the generator will be operated in a closed environment, first of all, pay attention to fresh air circulation, radiator hot air, and exhaust gas discharges. A soundproof canopy should be considered when the generator will be operated outdoor. Ground: The ground where the generator will be placed and operated must be flat. It should be a concrete floor at an adequate height in accordance with environmental conditions. Exhaust gas discharge: Exhaust gases must be safely discharged into the atmosphere as they are harmful to human health.

Portable generators are divided into gasoline and diesel fuel types. Industrial Generators with 1500 – 1800 rpm and higher power ranges than 15 kVA are diesel-fueled.

Standby power: The max power available during a variable electrical power sequence, under the stated operating conditions, for which a generating set is capable of delivering in the event of a utility power outage. Overloading is not permissible.
Prime Power: The maximum power which a generating set is capable of delivering continuously whilst supplying a variable electrical load. The average load should be 70%. The generator can be overloaded 10% for 1 hour per 12 hours.

The warranty period for diesel generator sets is 2 years or 1,000 operating hours (whichever expires first).

The first maintenance of the generator should be performed after 50 hours of operation/ or 6 months whichever comes first. Then regular periodic maintenance of your generator set should be performed every 150 hours of operation or once per year (whichever comes first).

If your generator has an automatic transfer switch (ATS), the generator will automatically start and feed your facility in case of mains outages or voltage drops below specified values.

You can purchase your engine, alternator spare parts, and all consumable products from Full Generator After Sales Services department or from our authorized dealers and service points.