russian geny set...lots of pics and a video..

Discussion in 'Identification' started by jayeastanglia, May 4, 2009.

  1. jayeastanglia

    jayeastanglia Member

    This is my geny I have had for a few years and only just got it running properly today..Need to know what the engine is and when roughly built...I bought it from a chap in colchestor who used it along with 3 others he imported into the country in the 1990's..1 of the genys caught fire and was destroyed and 1 was broken to keep this 1 going I havent seen another set like this anywhere....
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  2. jayeastanglia

    jayeastanglia Member

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    A diagram I found inside the casing..It should be fitted to the vented case..
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    I assume this bit is the power output top 1 is 17.4 bottom 1 is 21.8 I assume it is amps..or maybe KW..
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    hopefully someone knows what this says..
     
  3. ilovediesels

    ilovediesels New Member

    Hi,

    These generators were very popular in Russian army. There are a lot of them in Poland as well.
    The generator is 2-poles, 4KW, single phase 230 VAC. It is self-exciting with brush-type rotor. It is quite robust and can be overloaded slightly.
    As to the engine: As you can see it is 2-cylinder, air-cooled four-stroke.
    The continuous power rating is 8hp @ 3000 rpm. It has shielded ignition wires and spark plugs because they were used for powering military equipement such as communication transceivers etc.
    Unfortunately I do not know any opinions about these engines.
    You can download the manuals from http://sitall.rescue.ru/ud15_25.rar (engine) and http://sitall.rescue.ru/generat.rar (generator). I can help with translation if you want.

    Good Luck!
    Pawel
     
  4. jayeastanglia

    jayeastanglia Member

    wow so there is another...shame its not as compleate as mine...
    A little update on mine I am using it a lot lately as I get a lot of containimated petrol/diesel mix from the garage I do call outs for so the mixed fuel goes in this geny of mine and powers up my engine storage shed until I manage to get my normal diesel geny sorted..
     
  5. jayeastanglia

    jayeastanglia Member

    does anyone know what make this set up is or even the engine make?.
     
  6. Eastblock

    Eastblock New Member

    It says Gaz on the serial number plate so presumably that's who made it? I have a Gaz69M jeep. The G is for Gorki where the factory is located. Gaz is short for "Gorki Automobile Factory"

    Michael
     

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