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 10-09-2003, 13:42 Post: 65885
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I finally made the deal on my stand alone generator.

108KW, powered by a Perkins diesel. Two 200 amp auto transfer switches, fuel tank, charger, block heater, all wiring and installation. All for a mere 17 grand So Sad






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 10-09-2003, 13:48 Post: 65886
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You must have a lot of chickens!






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 10-09-2003, 14:02 Post: 65888
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I do, I do...66,000






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 10-09-2003, 14:50 Post: 65890
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Billy, I would love to see your idea of a large generator! Wink yeah right I'm also thinking you see it as a "few" chickens as well? I bet with that many in such close quarters, you cannot afford to go without electricity for any period of time; especially when it is hot outside. You gotta show us some pics of it.






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 10-09-2003, 17:30 Post: 65898
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If that's a small generator I suppose my tiny 13KW generator is microscopic! That sounds like quite a good deal. Is that new?






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 10-10-2003, 14:13 Post: 65968
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Is it used? Many hours?






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 10-11-2003, 07:58 Post: 66013
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I remember when the idea first came up. Good to hear that it's there and working right as cold weather is closing in.

I don't know if the just under 2 watts per bird is the same as the original idea but it's that's a lot of watts for a lot of birds. If it were me, it's a good thing I don't have chicken because I used to use 500 watts per dog. At that rate for chickens I'd have to have my own hydro dam.






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Chief; If I had a digital, I'd take some pics So Sad

Ken & Art; Yes, everything is brand new.

Tom; The integrator requires a 100KW for a farm my size. Later on, when money allows, I plan on running it to my house also.






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 10-29-2003, 21:21 Post: 67498
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UPDATE.

The generator is set and operational. It's powered by a 365 cu. in. inline 6 cylinder Perkins diesel. HP is 162.5 at 1,800 RPMs. There's a screen on the gen that tells the oil pressure, coolant temp, frequency, volts, amp draw and battery volt charge.






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Billy, that sure sounds like a great setup. That deserves a big Tim the Toolman Taylor grunt!






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