## How much fuel does a 125 kW generator use?

5.00 gal/hr

Diesel Generator Fuel Consumption Chart

Generator Size (kW) | 50 Percent Load | 100 Percent Load |
---|---|---|

125 | 5.00 gal/hr | 9.10 gal/hr |

135 | 5.40 gal/hr | 9.80 gal/hr |

150 | 5.90 gal/hr | 10.90 gal/hr |

175 | 6.80 gal/hr | 12.70 gal/hr |

## What is the diesel consumption of 125 kVA DG set?

Product Specification

Power (kVA) | 125 kVA |
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Fuel Consumption (at 100% Load) | 30.25 Ltr/hr |

Fuel Tank Capacity | 290 Ltr |

Dry Weight (Kg) | 2200 |

Frequency | 50 Hz |

**How is DG fuel consumption calculated?**

If you connect an assortment of lighting and heating appliances that draw 8, 11 and 13 amps, you would have 8 X 230 + 11 X 230 + 13 X 230 = 7360 watts or 7.36 kW. That would be about 3/4 load, so the fuel consumption would be about 3 liters per hour.

**How much fuel does a 100 kVA generator use?**

Diesel Generator Fuel Consumption Chart in Litres

Generator Size | Approximate Diesel Fuel Consumption | |
---|---|---|

80kW / 100kVA | 7.2 | 24.0 |

120kW / 150kVA | 10.8 | 36.0 |

160kW / 200kVA | 14.4 | 48.0 |

200kW / 250kVA | 18.0 | 60.0 |

### How much fuel does a generator use per hour in Litres?

Diesel Generator Fuel Consumption Chart (in Gallons & Litres)

Generator Size (kW) | Â¼ Load (per hour) | Full Load (per hour) |
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400 | 8.9 gal/hr33.6 ltr/hr | 28.6 gal/hr108.2 ltr/hr |

500 | 11.0 gal/hr41.6 ltr/hr | 35.7 gal/hr135.1 ltr/hr |

600 | 13.2 gal/hr49.9 ltr/hr | 48.2 gal/hr182.4 ltr/hr |

750 | 16.3 gal/hr61.7 ltr/hr | 53.4 gal/hr202.1 ltr/hr |

### How much fuel does a 200 kVA generator use?

41.4L/h

200 kVA Generator with 41.4L/h (100% load) fuel consumption. QAS diesel generators are high quality heavy duty industrial generators.

**How much fuel does a generator use per hour in litres?**

**How many litres of fuel is used per km?**

The actual formula to get km per litre is 100 divided by 8 = 12.5, meaning that your car will give you 12.5 km on one litre.

## How much fuel do you use per km?

The calculation is: litres / distance * 100 = l/100km. For example: 57 litres / 635 km * 100 = 8.98l/100km. If you know the price of fuel, then you can simply multiply the price per litre by the result and that gives you your cost per 100km.

## How do I calculate fuel cost?

First, divide the distance of the route by your miles per gallon figure to discover how many gallons of gas you will need, then multiply the number of gallons by the price of gas.

**What is my fuel consumption?**

Divide mileage by fuel usage to see your car’s fuel consumption. This tells you how many miles you drove per gallon of gas. For example, if you drove 335 miles before refueling, and you filled your car up with 12 gallons of gas, your fuel consumption was 27.9 miles per gallon, or mpg (335 miles / 12 gallon = 27.9 mpg).

**Why choose 125 kVA generator for industrial applications?**

Also, the large diesel tank capacity & long span work capacity make this DG Set an ideal choice for industrial applications. The 125 kVA generator diesel consumption rate is also very cheap which reduces the overall operational cost of the DG Set. Here get the information for the 125 kVA generator specification & price detail.

### Why buy 125 kVA Mahindra DG set generator?

Buy low & affordable cost 125 kVA Mahindra generator for sale. This highly reliable DG Set available in various fuel options such as Propane, diesel, and natural gas. Also, the quality service with a low fuel consumption rate of Mahindra DG Set, these generators offers continuous backup for industrial applications.

### What is the fuel consumption of a 9 cylinder diesel generator?

Example: A 9-cylinder diesel generator has a sfc of 204.6 g/kWh at a power rating of 1890kW at 720rev/min at a reference ambient air temperature and atmospheric pressure (manufacturerâ€™s figures). The fuel consumption would be 1890 x 0.2046kg/hr (386.7kg/hr).

**How is the fuel consumption of a generator measured?**

There are no established standards or regulations governing how manufacturers measure fuel consumption for generator sets or engines. Additionally, there are no standard conditions in which these tests should be performed, therefore fuel consumption numbers reported can vary from brand to brand.