Generators (electrical units)

Electrification costs money, and in order to supply power to a place, for example, railway work, you will have to spend more money than on the work itself. In order to be able to use electricity continuously for days, diesel and gas generators are designed. The main difference from most analogues is that our power plants are able to work economically around the clock, without interruptions for years. For example, 4-5 tamper-plates can be connected to them at the same time.