Jenbacher Gas Engine

Gas engines consist of four main components – the engine which is fuelled by any gas. The gas is burnt in the cylinders of the engine, the force turns a crank shaft within the engine and it turns an alternator to generate a power while heat from the combustion process is released from the cylinders. This must be recovered and used in a heat and power configuration or distributed through radiators located close to the engine. And most importantly, advanced control systems are available to facilitate the robust performance of the generator.