FAS-50/70M is a cogeneration unit for simultaneous generation of electrical and thermal energy for residential, industrial and commercial facilities. The unit is a gas-piston power station FAS-TM100.
Combined generation of electrical and thermal energy, or cogeneration, is one of the most effective energy-saving technologies. Thermal energy is obtained by utilizing the heat of exhaust gases emitted by internal combustion engines and the cooling liquid of the gas-piston station.
The modern cogeneration units driven by gas-piston engines feature up to 85–90% of fuel efficiency. Fuel savings during energy production can reach 40% as compared to the independent generation of the same amount of electric energy (by a power unit) and thermal energy (by a hot-water boiler).
The cogeneration unit allows to save on connection to power and heat supply networks, as well as provides energy independence from mains failures and accidents in heat supply systems.
When operating a FAS-50/70M unit at 50 kW, a consumer receives 70 kW of thermal output for heating water and process needs.
- Gas-piston unit FAS-50-3/M
- Thermal module FAS-TM100
|Capacity (NG/LPG)||50/50 kW|
|Rated voltage||400 V|
|Number of phases||Three-phase|
|Rated current||90,6 A|
|Noise level||65 dB|
|Type of engine starter||Electric starter|
|Time of non-stop operation||Round-the-clock|
Dimensions & Weight:
|Type of cooling||Liquid|
|Control unit language||English|
|Automatic transfer switch (ATS)||No|
|Load transfer time||7 sek|