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GROUPES ÉLECTROGÈNES INSONORISÉS

Labérine Énergie propose des groupes électrogènes essence insonorisés ou non. Ils peuvent être équipés de prises de différentes marques (Maréchal, PCE,…) et adaptés à des besoins spécifiques. Un groupe électrogène est un équipement qui génère de l’électricité à partir d’une source d’énergie, telle que l’essence, le diesel, ou le gaz naturel. Il s’agit d’une solution flexible et fiable en cas d’interruption de votre activité professionnelle dûe à une panne de courant. Contactez directement Labérine afin d’en apprendre plus sur nos groupes électrogènes, groupes électrogènes mobiles et nos solutions d’énergie !

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WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICSÉCHARACTERISTICS AND ADVANTAGES OF A ÉLECTROGÈNE?

The first characteristic of a generator is its power, which can vary from 0.1 to 10,000 kW. Generally speaking, generator sets for private use are rated at 4 kW, while professional generators offer generally offer power ratings over 10 kW. Another key feature is that some generators are mobile, enabling them to be transported to places where there is no power supply, such as fields or construction sites.

In the event of a power failure, some generator sets even offer an automatic start-up system to avoid disruption to comfort. Finally, more modern generators are optimized to produce less noise, making them ideal for use in residential areas.

Generator benefits

In terms of benefits, the first thing to note is the reliability of generator sets, which are a great help in the event of a breakdown. They are also flexible: they can be used for a wide variety of applications, including construction sites or even emergency power supply in hospitals. What's more generator sets are durable and resistant. This means they can be used outdoors, despite the elements, and can be relied on even after long periods of inactivity. Last but not least, they are optimized to ensure user safety on a daily basis.

HOW TO CHOOSE A GENERATOR?

It's important to know in advance how you're going to use your generator, to avoid disappointment or even accidents. Generators offer a number of distinct features that can be advantageous or disadvantageous depending on the context: do you need a soundproofmobile, high-powered...? To guide you, here are a few contexts of use.

Occasional use in case of breakdown

The Everyman's generator. If your business is located in a rural area and is subject to power cuts power cuts, opt for a petrol generator, for example. petrol generator with 4 or 5 kW output and manual start. There's no need to opt for a mobile generator, since it's for back-up use.

For professional use

For professional use, a higher power rating is required: 10 kW minimum. For this, the generator not only mobile, but also diesel-powered. AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulator) is the preferred choice.

To carry out work on a private home

If you own a construction company and want to work on a private home, it's important that you have an independent power source. You can therefore opt for a medium-power (4kW) mobile generator. This type of generator is optimized for rather short sessions: no more than 4 hours of consecutive use. We also advise you to opt for a gasoline-powered model with Inverter regulation, thermal safety and differential cut-off.

SHOULD YOU OPT FOR A PETROL OR DIESEL GENERATOR?

To generate electricity, the generator uses a fossil fuel: usually diesel or gasoline. What type of generator set is best? We'll give you a straight answer: in absolute terms, diesel. But it's not right for every application. We'll tell you more...

WHY IS A DIESEL-POWERED GENERATOR THE BEST CHOICE?

Diesel-powered generators are renowned for their autonomy and longer service life than petrol-powered generators. gasoline-powered. This is because diesel is easier to burn. These generators are therefore more powerful, but also noisier... This is why they are most often reserved for industrial or professional use: supermarkets, building sites, hospitals, etc.

The diesel generator features a 4-stroke engine that provides single-phase, three-phase or mixed current. As an industrial or professional work tool, the diesel generator is not mobile: it is therefore suitable for stationary or back-up use.

AND THE GASOLINE-POWERED GENERATOR?

Gasoline generators, on the other hand, offer lower power ratings. However, they are often more mobile and quieter than diesel generators. This means they can be taken anywhere, and used in residential areas. A petrol generator range in power from 1 to 7 kW, making them ideal for use by private individuals or a small works company offering occasional services.

Depending on requirements, petrol generators are ideal for a wide range of professional sectors (e.g. fire departments, law enforcement agencies, first-aid stations, etc.).

HOW TO MAINTAIN A GENERATOR?

A gasoline-powered generator requires more regular maintenance than a diesel-powered generator. These include checking the oil level, changing the oil regularly and maintaining the air filter. These basic gestures will significantly extend the life of your petrol generatorless durable than the diesel equivalent.

In fact, it can run for months without requiring any maintenance. When necessary, a professional will lubricate, drain, check the filters, clean the combustion chamber, or adjust the diesel unit valves. Contact Labérine directly to find out more about the features and operation of our generator setsfor professionals.