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Thread: Stamford Diesel Generator 15kva

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    Stamford Diesel Generator 15kva

    Any interest in this? Its been the backup for our off grid system but its too much now so we are down sizing. 8-9 years old It was in the place we bought. dosent get much use , Under 2000hrs total Has been faultless for the 2 years we have been running it. Set up for auto start. Still in use for another 3 -4 weeks. Hard to price maybe $5000? Open to offers.
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    Hi how many L/hr does it burn Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dermastor View Post
    Hi how many L/hr does it burn Thanks
    @Dermastor Sorry Iv never monitored it. I fill it from a bulk tank with no meter. It dosnt seem to use much at all but we are only taking 5kw off it max, mostly down around 3.5.
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    does it say it weighs 120 kgs or 1200 kgs and roughly what size is the enclosure

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjjs View Post
    does it say it weighs 120 kgs or 1200 kgs and roughly what size is the enclosure
    750mm wide, 1100mm high and 1400mm long, it has a cowling that extends an extra 300mm in front of the radiator that houses the exhaust and muffler.
    It is missing the plastic flap over the instruments but it lives in a shed so hasn't been an issue. I can get it replaced if needed.
    Id be pretty sure its 1200ks.
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    It says 120kg on the plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    It says 120kg on the plate.

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    Decimal point in the wrong place? just missing a zero?
    A 4cly diesel+generator+fuel tank/frame and enclosure isnt ever going to be 120kg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sneeze View Post
    Decimal point in the wrong place? just missing a zero?
    A 4cly diesel+generator+fuel tank/frame and enclosure isnt ever going to be 120kg.
    No but 1.2 tonnes seems too heavy as well.

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    Ill put it on a diet and make sure it gets a personal trainer.
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    Shipping weight is 121 kg according to spec sheet online.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengy View Post
    Shipping weight is 121 kg according to spec sheet online.
    Excellent, you and Veitnamcam can pop round and lift it onto a trailor then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sneeze View Post
    Excellent, you and Veitnamcam can pop round and lift it onto a trailor then.
    Sorry mate, I am washing my hair that day
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    What part of the world are you (the genny) in @sneeze?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiB View Post
    What part of the world are you (the genny) in @sneeze?
    In Nelson. Rural Transport would be a contender to get it down south.
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