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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-21-2017, 08:09 PM Thread Starter
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The right generator

Hi forum folks.

I am looking into importing a machine from Europe. They can do it either in 50 or 60 hz. My concern is finding the right generator for it. I am looking for something portable, that can be fit in a truck and carried by two guys. Here are the specs. Thank you in advance.
1.5 Technical Specifications

Power 3-phase 0.55kW powder feed motor

3-phase 5.5kW mixing pump motor

Service voltage 400 volts/500 Hz

Generated power 15 Kva minimum -

20 Kva recommended

Connection to source 3P+N+E 32 A./6h

Required amperage 25 amps

Flow rate 5 l/min up to 60 l/min depending on

rotor stator [ * ]

Pumping pressure Max. 30 bar [ * ]

Pumping distance Up to 40 m [ * ]

Compressor output 250 l/min

Maximum air pressure 3.5 bar

Air pressure required 3 bar

Connection for water and air Geka

Width 660 mm

Length 1210 mm

Height 1480 mm

Weight aprox’ 285 kg
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60hz.

That size generator, especially in three phase, to be man handled by two guys might be impossible to find.

You might want to talk to Caterpillar, Kohler, Generac, Winco, MultiQuip, Honda, etc. Those are big and pretty heavy units.

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I second Tom's Recommendation. If you got the generator from Europe...where will it be serviced? I know they make quality products, but the big boys in this field in the U.S. will be more than glad to talk with you and tell you what you need to hear, not want to. Should they have one or one can be built to your Specs, you will know the exact cost, warranty, and where it will be serviced. Ron
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