Generator set

The G20CM34 by Caterpillar is a natural gas-fired reciprocating engine generator set capable of producing up to 10 MW.

10/16/2012


The G20CM34 by Caterpillar is a natural gas-fired reciprocating engine generator set capable of producing up to 10 MW. Courtesy: CaterpillarThe G20CM34 by Caterpillar is a natural gas-fired reciprocating engine generator set capable of producing up to 10 MW. It features a Cat electronic control system, precise fuel delivery, and long-stroke design. Low fuel and oil consumption also help to deliver low owning and operating costs. Maintenance is made easy with removable cylinder heads, removable fluid connections, and split connecting rods to allow piston removal without disturbing the big end bearing. The air-to-fuel ratio control and optimized prechamber design lower emissions, and optional configurations reduce emissions even further. 

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