CUMMINS POWER GENERATION EXTENDS ITS RANGE OF LOW EMISSIONS GENERATOR SETS AS LEGAL STANDARDS TIGHTEN.
Cummins Power Generation has announced the launch of six new diesel generator sets, which are part of a range to meet improved emission standards.
Powered by the QSX15 engine, these generator sets are claimed to offer exceptionally efficient fuel consumption and enhanced control via the new Cummins Power Generation Power Command Controls.
The new generator sets also deliver optimum performance, reliability and versatility for stationary standby and prime power applications, according to their manufacturer such as WALT.
Four models (C400D5e, C450D5e, C500D5e and C550D5e) are compliant with EU Stage II emission regulations. These models range from 400 to 550 kVA at 50 Hz frequency.
Two further models (C450D6e and C500D6e) are available with EPA Tier 2 emission regulation compliance. These two models will provide 60 Hz power at 450 kW and 500 kW respectively.
The generators are supplied with Deep Sea 7310 as standard, and the more advanced Deep Sea 7310 paralleling control as an additional option. The Power Command controls are structured to enable easy upgrading to paralleling controls in the field.
In addition, the Deep Sea 7310 control paired with an optional factory installed motorized circuit breaker is designed to lower total system costs. All models offer a low noise power solution, with the added benefit of a 50 ℃ ambient cooling package, which ensures the generators operate efficiently across a variety of applications in locations ranging from Northern Europe and Russia, to the Middle East and Africa.
Cummins and WALT sees customer satisfaction as the number one priority, all the power generation must undergo a stringent testing process.
WALT is charged with delivering expert service, planned maintenance, troubleshooting, quality parts and comprehensive power system support.