All about a Perkins 404A-22G Engine
Similarly to the rest of the Perkins 400 series range, the Perkins 404A-22G is a compact yet powerful and quiet diesel engine. The 404A-22G engine is a 2.2 L naturally aspirated 4 cylinder engine which is currently manufactured in the UK in Peterborough. The engine has a Perkins build list number which begins GV. You can read about the other engines in the 400 series range - 404A-22G, 403A-15G2, 403A-15G1, 403A-11G.
The 403A-15G2 engine provides economic and durable operation at prime and standby duties making it a versatile compact engine. The engine is available in only the 50Hz configuration however it still delivers impressive performance with low operating costs.
What specification does a 404A-22G1 Perkins Engine Have?
The engine is naturally aspirated, meaning there's no use of a turbo/super charger. The engine requires 10.6 L of oil for lubrication, 7 L of coolant for the water cooled cooling system and a total displacement of 2.216L. All these elements combine to produce the 27.6 horsepower (20.6 kWm) at 1500 RPM. Oil service intervals are 500 hours as standard.
948mm (37.3") Long, 498mm (19.6") Wide and 841mm (33.1") high this is one of the smaller Perkins Diesel Engines. Which is also shown by the cylinders having a bore of 84mm and stroke of 100mm. The engine has a (dry) total weight of 242kg.
The flywheel on this engine rotates anti clockwise, as viewed from the flywheel end.
Using this engine coupled with an alternator to make a generator would make for a very all round lower powered generator, or paralleled with more units would increase the output so it can suit the bigger jobs. The experienced international network of Perkins suppliers, dealers and trained engine experts are available to deliver full time service support around the clock, 365 days a year. They have a selection of modern web based tools at their disposal to cover technical information, parts identification and ordering systems, all dedicated to maximising the productivity of your engine over its life-cycle.