Low emission generator

QAS 25 generator has Tier 4 emission levels. It can be used in oil and gas and construction industries.

10/29/2014


QAS 25 generator has tier 4 emission levels. It can be used in oil and gas and construction industries. Courtesy: Atlas CopcoAtlas Copco's QAS 25 generator is equipped with an Isuzu 4LE engine and a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) to have Tier 4 emission levels. The QAS 25 generator can be used for several industries, including rental, oil and gas and construction. The unit comes standard with two-wire remote start capability and features a 72-gal fuel tank for a 45-hour run time.

 

The QAS 25 enclosure has a vertical radiator and exhaust discharge to ensure low dBA levels for use on. Its voltage selector switch allows operators to adjust the machine’s output to 480 and 208/240 V 3-phase settings as well as 120/240 V single phase for varying applications and equipment. It’s sized to contain 110% of all the machines fluids and fuel. The QAS 25 comes with an optional trailer.

Atlas Copco

www.atlascopco.us



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