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How A Generator Works

Generators are useful devices that provide electricity without needing access to the power grid. They can serve as a backup power source for worksites, homes

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How to Pick The Right Pressure Washer?

Working characteristics of generator: The main characterizations of are no -load operating characteristics. These characteristics. These characteristics are an important basis for users to choose generators.

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How To Maintain The Water Pump?

If the water pump is used under the operating regulations, there are generally fewer failures within 2 years. But it must be maintained as required. Bison offers

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How A Generator Works

Generators are useful devices that provide electricity without needing access to the power grid. They can serve as a backup power source for worksites, homes and businesses, and they keep critical systems running when the power goes out. So, how do generators work? Simply put, generators work by converting mechanical energy into electrical energy using an engine, alternator and an outside fuel source. Modern generators work on the principle of electromagnetic induction, a term coined by Michael Faraday when he discovered that a conductor moving in a magnetic field can create and direct electrical charges. Understanding how generators work can help you identify problems, perform routine maintenance and choose the right generator to suit your specific needs. In this guide, we’ll go over the basic components of a generator and how they work, step-by-step. 8 Basic Components of a Generator Modern electric generators can vary in size and application, but their inner workings are generally the same across the board. The basic components of an electric generator include: Frame: The frame contains and supports the generator’s components. It allows humans to safely handle the generator and protects it from damage. Engine: The engine supplies the mechanical energy that is converted into electrical output. The engine’s size determines the maximum power output, and it can run on a variety of fuel types. Alternator: The alternator contains additional components that work together to produce the electrical output. These include a stator and rotor, which are responsible for creating a rotating magnetic field and producing an alternating current (AC)

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Diesel Generators Troubleshooting

When a backup generator is not being properly cared for, there are several reasons that it may not start. These complex machines are vital to your business in the event of an unexpected outage, but they also require regular maintenance if you want to keep them in top shape. If your genset is having problems, it might be one of these common issues. Your Battery Is Dead   A dead battery is the single most common problem with generators. More often than not, battery failure will require partial or complete replacement to solve the problem. Experts recommend replacing your battery every three years to avoid issues. To maximize the life of your battery, follow these recommendations:   Consider your needs and applications of the battery Purchase the correct battery size Schedule regular battery maintenance Monitor your battery and maintain manufacturer guidelines Your Fuel Level Is Off the Mark   Nearly all gensets have built-in alarms to mark fuel levels that are either too high or too low. Most people can figure out the solution to low fuel levels — just add more fuel to your generator. But a high fuel alarm may be a bit bewildering for new generator owners.   Usually, there’s nothing to worry about with this alarm; it should clear itself when the fuel level drops below the high-level mark. But be aware that some gensets may require you to manually reset the alarm.   You Have An Oil, Fuel, or Coolant Leak   If your genset

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How To Maintain The Water Pump?

If the water pump is used under the operating regulations, there are generally fewer failures within 2 years. But it must be maintained as required. Bison offers water pumps including diesel water pump and gasoline water pump. These pumps are used in many different systems, including water boosting, sewage treatment, and water transportation. Although water pumps have different uses, the maintenance of water pumps is similar. In this article, we will provide some tips to help your pump work better. How to check before the water pump works? There are many parts on the pump, and all parts need to be checked regularly. 1. Check the foot bolts and coupling screws of the water pump and power machine. If they are loose or fall off, tighten them. 2. Rotate the coupling or pulley to check whether the rotating part of the pump is flexible. At this time, you can also observe whether there are any foreign objects falling into the pump. 3. Check whether the lubricating oil in the bearing is clean and appropriate 4. Check the physical condition of the system, including impellers, seals, bearings, valves, etc. 5. Check the protective measures such as electrical components, fuses, etc. Water pump maintenance Although we recommend a professional pump expert to carry out comprehensive maintenance. But you can do some things to ensure the pump working efficiently and reduce the risk of failure. 1. After the water pump is used,  remove the water pipes and fittings in time. The remaining water inside the water pipes and

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What is A Gasoline Generator

Most generators run on gasoline or diesel, they are very cheap and consume very little. Of course, there are also natural gas and solar generators. The gasoline generator uses a gasoline engine as a power source and generates electric current by driving the generator rotor to cut magnetic lines of induction. Gasoline generators can be used in many ways. Whether in the garden, on the construction site, during boat trips, during camping, and because of its compact size, it is also very easy to transport. Gasoline generators are divided into brush generators and brushless generators due to different voltage regulation methods. Gasoline generator is mainly composed of gasoline engine, generator stator and rotor, voltage regulator or capacitor, and control panel. When buying gasoline generators, there are well-known 2-stroke and 4-stroke generators. Four-stroke generators can do more and can use ordinary gasoline as fuel. In contrast, two-stroke generators are powered by a gasoline-oil mixture; the most popular two-stroke engines are built into scooters and mopeds. How to choose the gasoline generator you need? Power output: The power output may vary depending on the generator model. Gasoline generators can meet power requirements as low as 1000 watt (or even lower), and even as high as 15000 watt (or even higher). Fuel tank capacity: The size of the fuel tank is directly proportional to the output power of the generator. Compared with a generator with a high power output, a generator with a low power output will have a smaller gasoline tank. Portability: There are

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