The sealed chassis is no longer an optional feature and has been extended to all canopies of generator by INMESOL, turning it into a standard accessory.
Later last year, the sealed chassis was included in the 300-400 model generator set, as informed through the post: “We Introduce the Latest News on Canopy Design of INMESOL Mod.- 300- 400 and its advantages.”
This was made extensive to the whole range of canopies made by INMESOL a few months later.
Some countries to where we export have strict regulations regarding the prevention of liquid spillage to the outside, while others have no regulations established. Gensets with an anti-spill or anti-drip tray were provided for the former ones as an optional accessory.
With this new completely sealed chassis design we comply with the regulations for the prevention of liquid spillage to the outside, eliminating possible fuel leakage to the soil and, therefore, any possibility of contamination.
By including it within the range of available gensets as a standard accessory it becomes cost-effective for the clients, as the need to purchase anti-drip trays in order to comply with the previously mentioned regulations becomes unnecessary.
The chassis is the bottom of the canopy. It contains the single-block engine alternator and the genset’s fuel tank, among other elements. Any possible spillage of the liquids the engine needs, whether it’s the fuel, oil, or coolant, will be contained within the sealed chassis. Afterwards, these possible spillages may be emptied in a controlled manner through the use of a hermetically sealed plug.