Mobile generator sets
Cummins Power Generation Inc. can provide the C150D6R and C200D6RMobile Generator Sets certified to EPA Nonroad Tier 4 Interim (Tier 4i) emissions levels.
Cummins Power Generation Inc. can provide the C150D6R and C200D6RMobile Generator Sets certified to EPA Nonroad Tier 4 Interim (Tier 4i) emissions levels. The models, rated at 150 and 200 kW capacity, respectively, are designed for rental and other mobile applications. They also feature sound-attenuated enclosures and standard Camlock distribution panels for easier and quicker cable connections. They have auxiliary fuel valves for external tank connections and improved safety features like the three-position lockable voltage selector switch. The generator sets come with a 3-year/3,000-hour warranty and with a standard configuration that includes the base unit, trailer option, tank-style coolant heater, battery disconnect switch, Camlock panel, and battery charger.
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