Mobile generators

Doosan Portable Power has added four models to its mobile generator series.

02/16/2012


Doosan Portable Power has added four new models to its mobile generator series. They have been designed to meet EPA Tier 4 Interim (Tier 4i) emission standards. The models are the G150, G190, G240, and G325. They have been substantially redesigned to improve operator experience with simplified controls. The new operator-preferred analog control panel has been enhanced featuring large, brightly lit meters. The onboard engine diagnostic display panel includes the controls and indicators required to operate and maintain the after-treatment regeneration system that is a key component of the new Tier 4i technology to meet engine emissions. A run/idle switch on the control unit ensures reduced engine wear during startup in extreme cold temperatures. Dual frequency capability is now standard on the Tier 4 portfolio to expand the versatility of the machines to power 50 Hz applications. All four generators feature a voltage selector switch for quick and easy configuration for the three most common voltages.

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