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GE Jenbacher Type 3
GEs Jenbacher Type 3 Gas Gensets

Technical maturity and a high degree of reliability make GEs Jenbacher type 3 gas engines a leader in the 500 to 1,100 kW power range. Long service intervals, a maintenance-friendly engine design, and low fuel consumption ensure maximum efficiency, while optimized components prolong service lifeeven when employing non-pipeline gases such as landfill gas.

Features & Benefits
  • Supercharger ensures homogenous mixture at low gas pressures
  • Two-stage mixture cooling enables high flexibility
  • Turbocharger bypass evens out extreme operating conditions
  • High-performance long-life spark plug enables reliable operation
  • LEANOX©lean burn control ensures minimal emissions
  • Compact construction allows installation in 40-foot container
Technical Specifications
Configuration V 70
Bore (mm) 135
Stroke (mm) 170
Displacement/cylinder (lit.) 2.43
Speed (rpm) 1,500 (50 Hz), 1,800/1,200 (60 Hz)
Mean piston speed (m/s)) 8.5 (1,500 rpm), 6.8 (1,200 rpm), 10.2 (1,800 rpm)
Scope of supply Generator set, cogeneration system, generator set/cogeneration in container
Applicable gas types Natural gas, flare gas, propane, biogas, sewage gas, landfill gas, coal mine gas. Special gases (e.g., coke, wood, and pyrolysis gases)
Engine type J312 GS, J316 GS, J320 GS
Number of cylinders 12, 16, 20
Total displacement (lit.) 29.2, 38.9, 48.7
GEs Jenbacher type 3 gas engines can be designed as generator sets, cogeneration systems, or a container. Depending on customer specifications, a variety of gas types can be used to increase overall efficiency levels, reduce industrial emissions, and optimize the integration of all available engine-related heat sources.
  • Applicable heat sources include engine cooling water, oil, mixture gas, and exhaust gas.
  • Customers can dispose of environmental pollutants from landfills, agriculture, chemical, and mining sites, while using the gases for power generation simultaneously.
  • Applicable gas types include: natural gas, associated petroleum gas (flare gas), propane, biogas, sewage gas, landfill gas, coal mine gas, and other special gases (e.g., coke, wood, and pyrolysis gases).
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