What is the Stamford HCI444D1 Alternator?
The HCI444D1 alternator from Stamford comes from their range of HC4 alternators. It is a highly efficient alternator which is used across many industries. These include marine ships, to power factories and shopping centres and for grid code applications.
This alternator uses a self exciting excitation system. If you're looking for the same alternator but with a PMG excitation system you may be interested in the Stamford HCI434D1.
Where is the Stamford HCI444D1 Alternator currently manufactured?
This alternator is currently manufactured in Ahmednagar (India), Craiova (Romania) and Wuxi (China).
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What is the power rating on a Stamford HCI444D1 Alternator?
Running this alternator at 50 Hz it will produce a maximum standby power output of 330 kVA and a maximum prime power output of 300 kVA. The power factor is 0.8.
Where can I get further information on a HCI444D1 Alternator?
This four pole alternator has an insulation system of class H.
The weight for the single bearing unit is 940 kg, the shipping weight including the crate it 1010 kg. The dimensions of the shipping crate are 155 x 87 x 107 cm.
How is the quality of a HCI444D1 Alternator assured?
The production of all Stamford alternators follows the guidelines for the certification for the BS EN ISO 9001. This ensures that production is continually monitored and to a high standard.
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