Natural gas generators

Large natural gas generators offer ranges from 425 to 1,300 kW and are designed for standby, prime, or continuous-power applications.

01/11/2016


Large natural gas generators offer ranges from 425 kW to 1,300 kW and are designed for standby, prime, or continuous-power applications. Courtesy: Kohler Power SystemsKohler Power Systems' line of large natural gas generators are designed for standby, prime, or continuous-power applications and available in nodes ranging from 425 to 13,00 kW. They meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency operational requirements and offer control and monitoring capabilities through the Decision-Maker 8000 digital controller. The Decision-Maker 8000 is a controller offering intuitive system monitoring and diagnostics as well as control for paralleling and remote monitoring capabilities. The line of large gas gensets is capable of operation on natural gas as well as a variety of nonpipeline gases. These generators can be paired with Kohler switchgear and automatic transfer switches for paralleled or nonparallel operation for various applications.

Kohler Power Systems

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