The QAS 330, part of a range of eight Atlas Copco QAS mobile generators for prime applications, is Atlas Copco’s most powerful generator and offers 50-60Hz and multiple voltage, silent operation via a variable speed fan. The QAS 330’s paralleling controller offers the capability to couple up to 16 units, yielding more than 4 MW of power. The fuel-efficient QAS 330 is available in a skid-mount configuration or with an integrated trailer that, coupled with its compact design, ensures ease of movement. An external one-click fill mechanism is designed to make both fuel and DEF refills simple and risk-free. It also features a weather-resistant, sound attenuated enclosure.
Chicago Pneumatic’s CPPG 2.5 portable gasoline generator is the smallest in its lineup and is designed to deliver stable electrical output and safe, user-friendly operation over a long service life. The CPPG 2.5 features a 4-gallon fuel tank that can run continuously for 11 hours. At 120 or 240 volts, the generator produces a continuous output of 2,500 watts. The unit weight of the CPPG 2.5 is 115 pounds and measures 23 inches by 17 inches by 19 inches. The generator operates off of a CP gasoline engine, which offers a power output of 6.4 horsepower.
Global loadbank manufacturer Crestchic has expanded its portfolio of containerized loadbanks with the introduction of a larger 30-foot unit, the largest container solution to be offered by the Crestchic to date. Designed for facilitating high capacity power testing and supply from one container, the larger units can house loadbanks at 380V-690V up to 8,000kVA resistive-reactive (0.8pf) and 8,000kW resistive-only (1.0pf). Also available are medium voltage units of 4,000kVA at voltages up to 36kV.
Doosan Portable Power
Doosan offers three newly designed models to its mobile generator lineup: the G25 (shown), G50 and G70. The new models are the first mobile generators equipped with Doosan-built engines — the D18, D24 and D34 respectively. The high-performance engines are designed to deliver increased fuel economy, unrivaled motor starting capability and reliable operation in extreme conditions. Increased onboard fuel capacity provides runtimes in excess of 24 hours at any load factor, according to the OEM. An optional 48-hour runtime solution is available on the G25 and G70 models. The newly packaged generators are also quieter than previous models, most notably the G25 which runs at 63 dBA.
The Generac Magnum MDG25IF4 makes use of the same Final Tier 4 Isuzu 2.2 L engine as its predecessor while offering a 50-percent smaller footprint than the company’s MMG25 mobile generator. This coupled with its aluminum enclosure makes the MDG25IF4 lighter by 25 percent. The Generac Magnum MDG75DF4 and MDG100DF4 are driven by Final Tier 4 John Deere engines. Diagnostic information, output demands, active alarms and maintenance requirements are displayed via the generator’s Power Zone controller, which is operable in temperatures ranging from -40 degrees to 185 degrees Fahrenheit. Its backlit color display also allows operators to execute programming tasks, control the generator’s operation status, check maintenance requirements and make voltage adjustments.
The HFW-500 T5 generator set from Himoinsa is ready to supply continuous power for eight hours non-stop in the event of a power outage. To do this, the generator incorporates a large-capacity fuel tank, guaranteeing a longer running time.
Part of Honda Power Equipment’s Super Quiet Series of generators, the new EU2200i replaces Honda’s top-selling EU2000i. It delivers 10 percent more power (200 watts) at the same price as the outgoing model. The EU2200i generator provides Honda’s exclusive Eco Throttle technology, which contributes to improved fuel efficiency, allowing the engine to automatically adjust its speed to produce only the power needed for the application in use. This reduces noise and fuel consumption and helps cut exhaust emissions. The EU2200i features an operating sound level of 53 dB at 1/4 load and 62 dB at rated load. It offers a maximum AC output of 120 volts (V)/2200 watts (W)/18.3 Amps (A) and rated output of 120V/1800 W/15 A.
With the Tri-Fuel Regulator Kit, an authorized Kohler dealer can configure several of the company’s portable generator to run on three different fuel types: gasoline, propane, and natural gas. Once the regulator kit is installed, a user has the flexibility to easily select between the three fuels by simply turning a dial. Propane and natural gas generators offer run-time cost savings as well as reduced carbon emissions.
Makinex has released a compact range of generators designed for optimal power to weight ratio. These generators will be available in 9kw, and 16kw models and allow the user to combine three-phase and single-phase outlets. Makinex generator alternators provide 11 percent more power from the same engine due to the RFL permanent magnet alternator, allowing for a cleaner sine wave, which then achieves 92 percent efficiency.
Wacker Neuson’s full line of Tier 4 Final mobile generators range from the G25 (20kW) to G320 (256 kW) models. The G25, G50, G70 and G100 are sound-attenuated diesel generators that provide prime mobile power where quiet reliable power is needed. The company’s larger units—the G130, G150, G180, G230 and G320—provide all the power needed for heavy applications where quiet mobile, prime power is needed such as large construction sites. The G70, G100, G130 and G150 feature Load Level Logic, or L3 technology. L3 is designed as a solution to wet stacking and generator reliability in light load conditions. The L3 is automatically activated when it senses a less than 30 percent load and low coolant temperature.