Another thing that you should expect, Indians might make the very worst gas tanks in the world. The sheet metal is thinner than we would like, and the gas caps come in three flavors. there's fair, poor, and bad, the fair one fits worse than anything you'd find on a quart paint thinner can. The brackets holding the tank on never fit quite right, and sometimes the valve at the bottom of the tank leaks and there's little you can do to stop it. One vendor of these engines uses a plastic valve on the gas tank... they probably got the idea from Briggs and Stratton and think we like it that way?
While diesel has been the traditional fuel source for generator sets, other sources include propane, natural gas, and hybrid or bi-fuel approaches that are considered as more environmentally friendly. Cummins’ spark-ignited C100N6 genset is an example of a model that can switch between natural gas and propane via software. Depending on the model, generator sets can range from 1kW to 2,000kW-plus of power, use various cooling methods, integrate noise- and vibration-reduction measures, and integrate a control panel for monitoring and controlling alarms and various measurements, including temperatures, fuel level, and voltage output.