Rental power unit

The 1500 kW rental power unit from Cummins Power Generation Inc. is a complete pre-integrated system with 1,600 gal fuel capacity and improved fuel economy. A temperature-tolerant cooling system provides reliable operation in temperatures to 113 F, enabling the generator set to operate at maximum load without derating in a range of demanding climates.

09/01/2009


The 1500 kW rental power unit from Cummins Power Generation Inc. is a complete pre-integrated system with 1,600 gal fuel capacity and improved fuel economy. A temperature-tolerant cooling system provides reliable operation in temperatures to 113 F, enabling the generator set to operate at maximum load without derating in a range of demanding climates. The rental power unit meets U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Tier 2 emission requirements and can be fueled with B20 biodiesel fuel. Cummins Power Generation Inc. Circle 456





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