Generator set series

Himonisa's HHW series consists of seven soundproofed, open generator models that comply with IP23 protection grade requirements and have been water tested according to EU regulations and UL standards.

05/07/2014


Himonisa's HHW series consists of seven soundproofed, open generator models that comply with IP23 protection grade requirements and have been water tested according to EU regulations and UL standards. Courtesy: HimonisaHimonisa's HHW series consists of seven soundproofed, open generator models, with power output ranging between 20 and 100 kVA at 50 Hz and between 30 and 120 kVa at 60 Hz. The components, engine, alternator, canopy, and controller of the generator sets integrating the HHW series have been integrally manufactured by Himonisa. The generator models, powered by the Himonisa 4HD engine, feature low noise emissions, optimal fuel economy, and excellent throughput, productivity, and reliability levels. The gensets comprising the HHW series have three types of canopy to choose from: B10, C10, and D10. The three canopies have been fitted out with an inner lining of mineral wool-an insulation material with excellent soundproofing and thermal qualities. The hood is coated with a sound-absorbing, flame-retardant, category M0 material. These generators comply with IP23 protection grade requirements and have been water tested according to EU regulations (IEC60529) and UL standards.

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