Standby generators

Generac Power Systems’ 350 and 400 kW gaseous-fueled standby generators are available as a single unit or configured in parallel up to 6 MW and designed as a natural gas alternative to diesel standby power systems.

05/05/2014


Generac Power Systems’ 350 and 400 kW gaseous-fueled standby generators are available as a single unit or configured in parallel up to 6 MW and designed as a natural gas alternative to diesel standby power systems. Courtesy: GeneracGenerac Power Systems’ 350 and 400 kW gaseous-fueled standby generators are available as a single unit or configured in parallel up to 6 MW. They are designed as a natural gas alternative to diesel standby power systems. A Generac 21.9L V12 turbocharged after-cooled engine powers both units. Both generators are factory EPA certified for stationary emergency power, and SCAQMD (California’s South Coast Air Quality Management District) certified. The generators are listed to UL2200 and certified to CSA C22.2. They are available in open-set, weather-protected, and Level1/Level 2 sound attenuated enclosures. 

Generac Power Systems 

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