Tier 4i-certified genset

Cummins' Power Generator stationary diesel generator set range has received the EPA Tier 4 interim certification for the North American market.

10/08/2012


Cummins' Power Generator stationary diesel generator set range has received the EPA Tier 4 interim certification for the North American market. Courtesy: Cummins Power GenerationCummins Power Generation Inc. has announced that the company’s entire stationary diesel generator set range from 680 to 2,750 kW, including the industry leading Mission Critical 2500 kW diesel generator set, has received U.S. EPA Tier 4 interim (Tier 4i) certification for the North American market. EPA mandates that all nonemergency applications be Tier 4i certified. Nonetheless, in certain locations, the local ordinances may require that emergency backup generators also adhere to stricter emissions limits. Because Cummins’ stationary diesel generator sets can be configured to meet requirements beyond Tier 4i if necessary, they are available to comply with the most stringent emissions regulations. 

Cummins Power Generation 

www.cumminspower.com 



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