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    Eisemann S 10000 E Specifications & Technical Data (2005-2018)

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    Nominal output: 10KVA – Nominal current: 14,4/16A – Nominal voltage: 400/230V – Weight: 160kg – Type of cooling: l – Transport length: 0.9m

    Technical specs - S 10000 E Eisemann


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    • Nominal output 10 KVA
    • Nominal current 14,4/16 A
    • Nominal voltage 400/230 V
    • Weight 160 kg
    • Type of cooling l
    • Transport length 0.9 m
    • Transport width 0.645 m
    • Transport height 0.71 m
    • Engine manuf. Briggs & Stratton
    • Engine type 380447
    • Engine power 13.8 kW

    More technical details, like: carriage, dimension lxwxh, displacement, revolutions at max torque, max. torque, no. of cylinders, cylinder bore x stroke, emission level are available in the full technical specs.

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    Special equipment

    • Electric starter
    • silenced
    • Earth leakage monitor
    • Automatic oil deficiency shutoff
    • Thermo magnetic switch
    • Ground fault circuit interrupter

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