Generator for heavy-duty use

The QAS 25 generator achieves Tier 4 Final emission levels and is designed to run as long as 45 hours on one tank of gas.

01/08/2015


The QAS 25 generator achieves Tier 4 Final emission levels and is designed to run as long as 45 hours on one tank of gas. Courtesy: Atlas CopcoAtlas Copco's QAS 25 generator is equipped with an Isuzu 4LE engine and a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) that achieves Tier 4 Final emission levels. The generator is ideal for heavy-duty use the construction and oil and gas industries. It can be used for prime or standby power and is designed to withstand the rigor of demanding use in the field. The generator is equipped with a dependable Leroy-Somer AREP alternator for optimal motor-starting capability. The unit comes standard with two-wire remote start capability and features a 72-gallon fuel tank for a 45-hour run time.

Atlas Copco

www.atlascopco.com 



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