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Author Topic: 50 HP to 300 HP motor buildings  (Read 5477 times)

Offline Megawatt2007

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50 HP to 300 HP motor buildings
« on: March 30, 2007, 11:12:28 AM »

 Hello friends, many time ago I build Ed Gray motors-generators from 50 HP to 300 HP autopowered devices since I buy plans for build that power level devices, and I want to use that devices in future companies I want to create for reduce to zero the energy costs, however I want to know experiences of other people build this motors to the same power level range, performance, etc,how many years an autopowered of this devices can deliver its maximal power without exhaust of your mechannical components, I get 5 years of one model until the first change of mechannical pieces for 150 HP using pieces of low costs

 The best experiences I want to know, power, life time, costs,etc,.....will be welcome


 Best regards

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50 HP to 300 HP motor buildings
« on: March 30, 2007, 11:12:28 AM »

Offline tagor

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Re: 50 HP to 300 HP motor buildings
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2007, 11:26:49 AM »

 Hello friends, many time ago I build Ed Gray motors-generators from 50 HP to 300 HP autopowered devices since I buy plans for build that power level devices, and I want to use that devices in future companies I want to create for reduce to zero the energy costs, however I want to know experiences of other people build this motors to the same power level range, performance, etc,how many years an autopowered of this devices can deliver its maximal power without exhaust of your mechannical components, I get 5 years of one model until the first change of mechannical pieces for 150 HP using pieces of low costs

 The best experiences I want to know, power, life time, costs,etc,.....will be welcome


 Best regards

have you build a autopowered 50HP moteur-generator ?
if so , can you sell me a such unit ?

best regards

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Re: 50 HP to 300 HP motor buildings
« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2007, 04:53:37 PM »
@ MegaWatt2007,

I would look at the cost to build/purchase one of these units and the cost of the wear parts & replacement versus the cost savings of using the unit (how much have you saved in power costs) to determine the cost/benefit ratio.

I would say that 5 years is pretty good run-time (non-stop), 10 years would be better, but if the cost to replace the worn parts is minimal and the cost savings far out strip the cost of refurbishing the unit, I'd say this is a winner.

We must remember that corporate interests want a residual income stream and the refurbishing of the power units would provide that.

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Re: 50 HP to 300 HP motor buildings
« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2007, 04:53:37 PM »
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