Arken - Remote Radiator Generators
ISO8528, a standard that defines operation standards of generators, requires that the declared power on the label should be supplied continuously at the ambient temperature of 25°C. Although the generator radiator is stated as 40°C in the specs, alternator copper losses and heat (30%) emitted by the radiation on the engine and exhaust pipes causes the temperature to go above ambient temperature. This causes a drop of power on the diesel generator.In order to prevent this power drop, radiator system is moved away from the diesel generator and connected directly to the ambient air suction. Thus, if the radiator is designed for 40°C, it will work at this temperature without any power drop.