Mobile generator sets

Cummins Power Generation has started production on mobile generator sets ranging from 60 to 300 kW.

01/27/2012


Cummins Power Generation has begun production of a new line of trailerized mobile generator sets ranging from 60 to 300 kW. The new products come with several changes that improve both functionality and aesthetics. The new products are offered at the 60, 80, 100, 150, 200, and 300 kW nodes. They are also backed by an improved warranty from 1 year unlimited to 3 years or 3,000 hours. Product improvements include: the use of stainless steel fasteners and a new paint process for improved durability and longer-lasting aesthetic appeal, and a new enclosure design that protects against water intrusion. The design includes door-grounding straps and a wiring harness with visual identification codes for increased durability and easier service.

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