BISON 390cc 188F petrol engine can meet the test of various harsh environments. Petrol engines are easy to maintain and operate. They are also more powerful than diesel engines, so they can be used for many applications.
Advantages of BISON 390cc 188F petrol engine:
Improve compression ratio, adopt precision camshaft design and OHV design to improve fuel efficiency and output the best power.
The use of precision engine parts can reduce vibration, and the use of a crankshaft supported by ball bearings further improves stability.
Improved camshaft and silencer can reduce overall engine noise by more than 5 dB.
Engine oil alarms, cast iron cylinder liner, high-quality materials and surface treatment methods improve the safety of petrol power.
Advantages of petrol engines:
Petrol engines are more powerful than electric ones.
They are easy to use and maintain.
They can be used in different weather conditions, unlike solar panels, which need sunlight to work
The cost is affordable compared to solar panels and wind turbines.
You don't need to install a battery bank because they are self-contained
They can be started quickly and easily, which makes them ideal for emergency situations or if you need to run some equipment while you’re away from home or the office.
|Engine Type||4-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, OHV|
|Ignition System||Non-contact transistorized ignition(T.C.I)|
|Starting System||Recoil / Electric starting|
|Engine oil capacity||0.6L|
|Fuel tank capacity||6.5L|
A: The ignition process of petrol engines and diesel engines are different. During the compression process, the spark plug ignites the fuel in the petrol engine. diesel engines do not have spark plugs, but simply use extreme compression to generate the heat required for self-ignition, also known as compression ignition.
Petrol engines rotate faster than diesel engines, partly because their pistons, connecting rods, and crankshafts are lighter (lower compression ratios make design efficiency possible) and petrol burns faster than diesel.
Since pistons in petrol engines tend to have shorter strokes than pistons in diesel engines, the time required for pistons in petrol engines to complete their strokes is generally shorter than that of pistons in diesel engines. However, the lower compression ratio of petrol engines makes petrol engines less efficient than diesel engines.
A: When you add a properly formulated fuel stabilizer and store the generator in a cool, dry place, the petrol in the tank can last up to one year. However, petrol can clog the carburetor if it is not used or drained within two weeks.