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Maintenance program for power generating units


The following maintenance program is only an example and should not in any circumstances be regarded as being adaptable to all apparatuses. Moreover, specific controls and tunings are to be carried out after the first 50 operating hours.  It is thus advisable to refer to the use and maintenance instructions of each specific power generating unit.   
 
Regular Maintenance
ENGINE :  (cf attached table)
 
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Alternator
 
Every 250 hours or 3 months:
- Check that the air circulates freely.  
- Check the temperature of the ball bearings. They should not exceed the ambient temperature by more than 40° C.
Every 1000 hours or 12 months:
- check coil insulation and  tighten electrical connections.
- vacuum-clean and dust the interior of the machine.
- lubricate the bearings ( cf descriptive plaque).


 
Control cabinet
Every 15 days:
- operate thegenerator on charge for 15 minutes and check the safety warning lights.
Every 250 hours or 3 months :
- check the tightness of connections.
Every 1000 hours or 12 months :
- vacuum-clean and dust the inside and outside
- oil the hinges and the fastenings.


 
Accessories
Every 8 days:
- check the pre-heating (generator with automatic starting).
Every 250 hours or 3 months:
- inspect the starting batteries (electrolyte levels, condition of charge, terminal connections).
- inspect the silencer (seal, mounting, valve).
- visually check the fuel tank for leaks.


 
Cover
 
Every 250 hours or 3 months:
- lubricate the hinges, oil the locks
- check that there is no unsticking of the soundproofing. 
- check that there is good air flow in the sound traps.
 


To contact AQUALOG


aqualog@aqualog.fr                Tél. : 0033 (0)4 94 10 26 26




 





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