Three-phase generator for light commercial applications

The 14/20 kW generator is powered by a heavy-duty, commercial-grade engine designed for harsh weather conditions and heavy use.

01/16/2015


The 14/20 kW generator is powered by a heavy-duty, commercial-grade engine designed for harsh weather conditions and heavy use. Courtesy: Kohler Co.The air-cooled, three-phase generator is specifically designed for businesses seeking a more economical, space-saving alternative to traditional liquid-cooled, three-phase generators. The 14/20 kW generator is powered by a heavy-duty, commercial-grade engine designed for harsh weather conditions and heavy use. The generator starts up within 10 seconds of an outage and can power major systems and appliances in a small business, including HVAC, lights, security systems, computers, cash registers, coolers, and more.

The 14/20 kW runs on natural gas or liquid propane. The generator can be remotely monitored from a computer, tablet, or smartphone. The generator’s compact, corrosion-resistant enclosure blends with a building’s exterior while its quiet operation reduces sound levels similar to a central air conditioning unit. Other features include RDC2 digital controller and it is corrosion-resistant enclosure impacted tested to -30 F.

Kohler Co.

www.kohler.com 



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