Generators for power and critical standby applications

The QAC 1200 generators produce 1 MW of predictable power and are designed for prime power or critical standby applications in a multitude of industries including hospitals, museums, and schools.

01/14/2015


The QAC 1200 generators produce 1 megawatt of predictable power and are designed for prime power or critical standby applications in a multitude of industries including hospitals, museums, and schools as well as other buildings. Courtesy: Atlas CopcoAtlas Copco's QAC 1200 generators produce 1 MW of predictable power and are designed for prime power or critical standby applications in a multitude of industries including hospitals, museums, and schools. Operators can also parallel as many as 16 QAC 1200 generators for increased efficiency. The generators feature plug-and-play technology that allows users to connect the units with a single cable. Users can then connect the power cables to a common bus, set the desired parameters, and the generators automatically synchronize. This enables the units to automatically power down or up, depending on the load requirement, which helps save fuel.

Atlas Copco

www.atlascopco.com 



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