Diesel-powered mobile generators

Kohler's 90REOZT4 and 120REOZT4 diesel-powered mobile generators are built to withstand the elements, run long hours in prime and standby applications, and meet all EPA emission standards.

04/19/2016


Kohler's 90REOZT4 and 120REOZT4 diesel-powered mobile generators are built to withstand the elements, run long hours in prime and standby applications, and meet all EPA emission standards. Courtesy: Kohler Co.Kohler's 90REOZT4 and 120REOZT4 diesel-powered mobile generators are built to withstand the elements, run long hours in prime and standby applications, and meet all EPA emission standards. Both the 90REOZT4 and 120REOZT4 are EPA emission certified for non-road use and are equipped with a rugged DOT-certified trailer and durable enclosure for easy maintenance. Both units use John Deere Tier 4 Final 4.5L engines. The 90REOZT4 is capable of a 78 to 85 kW standby rating, 70 to 76 kW prime rating and 62 to 69 kW continuous rating. The 120REOZT4 achieves a 95 to 105 kW standby rating, 90 to 96 kW prime rating and 79 to 89 kW continuous rating. Other generators' features include Decision-Maker 3500 digital controller, a heavy-duty air cleaner, and two-way fuel valve to switch from onboard to external fuel sources.

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