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Generating power for the world market: Industrial generator Sigentics M

The picture shows the Industrial generator Sigentics M.

Use of the finite element method, 3D simulation and precise rotor alignment enable the perfect interaction between rigidity and damping, which in conjunction with the proven insulation system Micalastic accounts for the extremely long service life of the generator. The comprehensive possibilities offered by Condition Monitoring enable the use of predictive maintenance concepts to prevent unscheduled outages. Sigentics M is also exceptionally maintenance-friendly due to design features such as an easily accessible rectifier bridge. A global service network offering a presence in 190 countries and a hotline operating around the clock mean that users can rely on a fast, flexible response in case of emergency. A total of 400 workshops spread over 45 countries are equipped to provide support should an emergency situation arise.
The fields of application are varied: Sigentics M generators can be used as mini power stations for distributed power generation or as standby power units in hospitals, airports or similar. In the world of marine engineering, this industrial generator takes care of minimized emissions in diesel-electric ships, cuts costs due to low fuel consumption and so contributes towards ecological sustainability. At the same time, the modular concept of the generator and its compact dimensions enable custom-tailored configurations to fit a whole range of applications. Even under the most extreme conditions such as those encountered in the oil and gas industry, Sigentics M generators offer the assurance of trouble-free operation, outstanding reliability and system availability for all kinds of offshore power generation.

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