Generator Set definition

Generator Set means a switcher locomotive equipped with multiple engines that can turn off one or more engines to reduce emissions and save fuel depending on the load it is moving.
Generator Set means the diesel generator set described in the Owner's application, this Certificate and in the supporting documentation submitted with the application, to the extent approved by this Certificate;
Generator Set means a Cl engine coupled to a generator that is used as a source of electricity.

Examples of Generator Set in a sentence

  • Whether adequate space is available for Generator Set, VSAT, Solar Panels, Bank’s sign Board.

  • The Owner shall restrict the periodic testing of the Generator Set to the daytime hours from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.

  • The Owner shall ensure that the Generator Set is properly operated and maintained at all times.

  • The Owner shall ensure that the noise emissions from the Generator Set comply with the limits set out in Publication NPC-205 or NPC-232, as applicable.

  • Condition No. 5 is included to emphasize that the Generator Set must be maintained and operated according to a procedure that will result in compliance with the Act, the regulations and this Certificate.


More Definitions of Generator Set

Generator Set means the emergency diesel generator set described in the Company's application, this Approval and in the supporting documentation submitted with the application, to the extent approved by this Approval;
Generator Set shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the EPC Contract.
Generator Set means a switcher locomotive equipped with multiple engines that can turn
Generator Set means the gas turbine generator and the steam turbine generator. “Generator Set Failure” has the meaning ascribed to it in Section 2.8(d).
Generator Set means a switcher locomotive equipped with multiple engines that can turn off one
Generator Set means both the diesel fueled generator set, rated at 230 kilowatts, and the natural gas fired generator set, rated at 30 kilowatts, described in the Owner's application, this Certificate and in the supporting documentation submitted with the application, to the extent approved by this Certificate;