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Generator sets deliver quieter, fuel-efficient power

16 Apr 2012

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Cummins Power Generation has released two new diesel generator sets, which deliver quieter and fuel-efficient power. Featuring the Cummins S3.8 series engine, the low range generator sets boast 40kVA to 75kVA. The medium range 90kVA to 125 kVA generator sets offer robust design and utilize the Cummins 6BTA5.9 series engine.

Both ranges offer sound attenuating enclosures and double-walled fuel tanks.

'These new ranges are ideally suited to diverse applications such as small business, commercial property, residential, healthcare and agriculture – and in the case of the low range, telecoms applications too,' said Antonio Leitao, vice president of Power Products.

The 500-litre fuel tank delivers 12 hours of performance at 75% load. Next-generation control technology is provided in the form of the PowerCommand 0500 system, which includes an easy-touse operator interface and navigation, plus remote, start capability and alarm display.

The new medium range generator sets offer robust design and extended fuel autonomy of over 12 hours due to a larger fuel tank capacity of 350 litres. The PowerCommand 1.2 controller features user-friendly interface and navigation, remote start capability and message status display.

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