TIGER-250YC – 247 kVA Generator
GENERAL DATAS :
PRP : Prime Rated Power : 225 kVA / 180 kW
ESP : Emergency Standby Power : 247 kVA / 197,6 kW
Voltage : 230-400V
Power factor : 0.8 (cosΦ)
Rotation speed : 1500 rpm
Number of phases : 3
Frequency : 50 Hz
Fuel tank autonomy at 75% : 10 hours
Fuel tank capacity : 320L
Dimensions (LxWxH) : 4200x1500x2200 mm
Weight : 3700 kg
Engine specifications :
Number of cylinders : 6
Governor type : electronic
Specifications : 4-cycle engine, direct fuel injection , liquid-based cooling
Cylinder broke*piston stroke : 120*145 mm
Displacement : 9,84 L
Maximum standby power at rated rotation 1500tr/min : 235 kW
Maximum standby power at rated rotation 1500tr/min : 320 Cv
Compression ratio : 17,5:1
Engine starting type : electrical 24V
Exhaust gas temperature : 525C°
Oil capacity : 25 L
Air inlet system : Turbocompressed-intercooler
Capacity of coolant in engine and radiator : 55,7 L
Max water temperature : 95C°
Type of coolant : water and glycol (glycol at 30%)
Alternator specifications :
Amperage : 326 A
AVR : Stamford
Voltage regulation type : electronic
IP code : 23
Insulation class : H
Designed to meet high demands, these 247 kVA diesel generator from the Tiger range guarantee power for your electrical installation in the event of an outage.
They secure supply to premises and equipment for construction sites, packing plants, farms, greenhouses, vineyards, sawmills and water treatments stations.
Fitted with a 4-pole thermal-magnetic circuit breaker with adjustable differential and a Deep Sea control panel, they are also available as an option with an automatic transfer switch.
This genset is equiped with four poles thermal magnetic circuit breaker with ajustable differential switches and with a DEEPSEA control panel. An automatic transfer switch system can be added.
These 326A gensets are available in enclosed, containerised and open versions, and benefit from a 3-year warranty* (mainland France)
Discover some of our projects: Isolated construction site, grain farm, power to a village in Vanuatu and a water lifting plant in Mayotte.
See the Options section .