Featured Diesel GeneratorsAll prices below are guide prices
60kVA Perkins Diesel Generator (C)
100kVA Perkins Diesel Generator (C)
200kVA Perkins Diesel Generator (C)
300kVA Perkins Diesel Generator (C)
22kVA Cummins Diesel Generator (O)
400kVA Cummins Diesel Generator (C)
700kVA Cummins Diesel Generator (O)
33kVA CAT Diesel Generator (C)
150kVA CAT Diesel Generator (C)
450kVA CAT Diesel Generator (C)
88kVA FG Wilson Diesel Generator (C)
Model: P88-3 GB
625kVA FG Wilson Diesel Generator (C)
Diesel Generators For Sale UK
YorPower has been established in the UK for 31 years and we supply Diesel generators of high quality, manufactured to exacting standards and delivered globally. All of our diesel generators for sale in the UK are tested at our factory and are designed to meet client specifications. YorPower’s leading brand of diesel generators incorporate engines comprising, Perkins, Cummins, Volvo and MTU. We are one of the UK’s largest independent generator businesses with excellent engineers who can work with you to deliver the generator you want for your application. We supply small portable generators as well as 1000kVA generators right up to 4MVA.
Please do let us know if you have any questions about any of the generators you see on offer and we will be more than happy to help you further.
Our diesel generators are for sale directly from our factory in the UK or can be shipped abroad and purchased through our distributor network. We supply worldwide – including Asia and Africa. YorPower is a specialist independent diesel generator supplier and assembles, designs and builds generators from 10KVA to 3000KVA. Our diesel generators in the mid to larger sizes have been designed and developed to handle large single step-load demands with short recovery times, to ensure optimum performance. From the very small to the largest single gensets, YorPower diesel generators deliver first class performance and reliability underpinned by our manufacturer’s Warranty. This year we are celebrating our 30th anniversary. It is a testament to our pedigree that we are still designing generator power systems that have mass appeal across the world for 1 Phase and 3 Phase applications at both at 50 and 60Hz. It is a substantial achievement and one that we are really proud of.
At the heart of what we do is a desire to innovate. If we can design and produce more efficient generators that are lighter, quieter, use less fuel and are more reliable, we will continue to grow and expand our business.
Recent innovations include:
- Fully reportable remote monitoring devices installed on generator control panels allowing diagnostic reports to be conducted off-site
- New mobile and portable generator kits allowing heavy diesel generators to be moved more easily when on site
- Start on-demand generator systems which reduce fuel usage as engines only run when the demand requires it
- After treatment on exhaust silencer systems to reduce engine emissions that contain N0X and Carbon Monoxide.
A generator manufactured by YorPower can be bought on most continents of the world. With Headquarters in the UK and bases in Kenya, Mexico, Bangladesh, Australia, Ghana, Nigeria and dealers in many other countries, YorPower operates on a global scale.
We have diesel generator holding facilities in key strategic locations and we are always keen to hear from people and businesses who want to become YorPower distributors at home and abroad. If you want to be a dealer we would be delighted to hear from you.
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Why should I buy a used generator?
When preparing your company for an unexpected event, like a power outage, most businesses often underestimate how useful a fully installed automatic generator would be to assist in maintaining normal operations, let alone how effective a used generator could be to apply. There are numerous reasons why many businesses do not purchase a standby generator. The majority relate to cost of purchase. The common belief is that emergency standby generators can only be purchased from new and are expensive. People are unaware that high quality used generators can be obtained at typically 50% of the price of new. Many used generators on the market have spent most of their lives in backup applications where they have only ever been run for maintenance purposes.Other reasons include:
- Lower capital outlay – typically half the cost of new
- Lead time – availability of used generators usually means you can buy and install much quicker than buying new, lead times are usually 60% faster than for a new generator.
- As a used generator has already been ‘run in’ it should work straight off the bat.
- Better construction – more often than not an older used generator will be constructed of heavier steel and will be more robust
Are there any regulations that govern emissions?
Could I be accidentally breaking the law due to current regulations?
What is a specified generator?
What type of permit do I need?
What else can the user do to mitigate emissions and comply with the legislation?
Fuel quality has changed greatly over the years thereby increasing power output and decreasing its adverse effects on after treatment devices. Manufacturers continue to look at alternative fuels, innovative fuel systems, and new control strategies to improve the overall efficiency of an engine. Biodiesel has been around for some years, however it has more recently become a viable option. It is a fuel comprised of methyl/ethyl ester-based oxygenates of fatty acids derived from vegetable oils, animal fats, and typically cooking oils. These fuels are commonly known as Fatty Acid Methyl Esters or FAME. Biofuel / Biodiesel properties are not dissimilar to that of diesel fuel, as opposed to gasoline or gaseous fuels, and so are capable of being used in compression ignition engines such as the diesel engine. Due to certain challenges associated with the fuel (Fuel quality, oxidation stability, contamination, microbe growth, etc), engine manufacturers in the past have been sceptical over the use of 100 percent biodiesel (B100).
Blends of biodiesel with regular diesel are therefore widely used for prime and continuous applications, with B5 and B20 being highly popular in the market depending on complexity of the engine and the application. The number alongside the letter ‘B’ indicates the percentage of biodiesel in the blend. B5 would have 5 percent biodiesel, B20 would have 20 percent etc. The very latest biodiesel which is commercially available emits lower N0X and S02 than EU Stage V rated engines.
Let us know if you have any questions about any of the diesel generators for sale and we will be more than happy to help you further.
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