Complete with Crossley SLG series single bearing, 4-pole, brushless alternator, remote start/stop control system, 90 litre fuel tank, weather protective acoustic canopy and Kubota engine. Welling and Crossley Kubota powered generating sets are fully integrated power generation systems that are stringently tested to provide optimum performance, reliability, and versatility for standby applications.
Alternator Model: Crossley
Electric Power: Three Phase
Active Rating: 40 kVA at 0.8 pf (Standby)
Power: 32 kW
Engine Model: Kubota V3300T
Engine Speed: 1500 rpm
Cylinder No.: 4T
Cubic Capacity: 3.3 L
Bore / Stroke: 98 x 110 mm
Compression Ratio: 16 : 1
Starter Voltage: 12V
Flywheel ( Max. Continuous Power): 36 kW
Combustion Air Flow: 2.8 m³/min
Cooling Air Flow: 80 m³/min
Cooling System: Radiator Cooled
Heat Rejection to Cooling System: 31 kW
Exhaust Gas Flow: 8.0 m³/min
Exhaust Gas Temperature: 550°C
Fuel Type: Diesel
Fuel Tank Capacity: 90 L
Approx. Fuel Consumption (Continuous): 9.4 L/hr
Approx. Fuel Consumption (Standby): 10.4 L/hr
Dimensions (L x W x H): 2300 x 1000 x 1373 mm (L x W x H)
Australian-owned and operated since 1926, Welling & Crossley (W&C) is today an internationally recognised manufacturer of Diesel Generators, Fire Products, Diesel Engines and Tractor Driven Alternators.
With branches in Victoria (home of head office), New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia, W&C continues to grow with the development of strategic alliances with leading producers of alternators, electric motors, engines, pumps, portable petrol and diesel powered generators, welders, workstations, multi-power packs and other associated products and accessories.
Our constant aim for achieving the highest standards and adopting the latest technologies to provide the best possible service for our customers is a testament to our growing success both nationally and internationally.
Partners of W&C include: Honda, Gentech, Dunlite, Yamaha, Water Master, NSM Alternators, John Deere, Lister Petter, Crossley, Kubota, Cummins, Doosan, and Kirloskar Diesel Engines... just to name a few