Diesel industrial generator

The diesel industrial generators from the KD Series are designed with high technology regulation and monitoring systems to deliver fuel consumption at higher nodes while meeting global emissions regulations.

11/10/2016


The diesel industrial generators from the KD Series are designed with high technology regulation and monitoring systems to deliver fuel consumption at higher nodes while meeting global emissions regulations. Courtesy of: KohlerKohler's diesel industrial generators from the KD Series are powered by a line of G-Drive engines and are designed to deliver extreme durability and reliability in a variety of emergency and prime applications. Industries that can benefit from the generators include: data centers, health care, water treatment, oil and gas, telecommunications, mining, and more. KD Series generators deliver fuel consumption at more nodes than generators between 800 and 2500 kW. The high-technology regulation and monitoring control systems on each component allows users to achieve high power quality and transient response in compliance with global emissions regulations. The KD Series is also designed to be customizable to match an end-user's specific requirements.

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