Online configurator for power generation
Hennig Inc. announces online configurator for equipment builders, consulting/specifying engineers, architectural spec writers, contractors, others involved in the delivery of power generation systems.
Hennig Inc. announces its online configurator for equipment builders, consulting/specifying engineers, architectural spec writers, contractors, and others involved in the delivery of power generation systems. Through the use of the Hennig configurator’s computer software, spec writers can immediately begin the process of designing the ideal enclosure and fuel tank configurations from the Hennig offerings. Every parameter for all popular power generation unit brands has been incorporated into this online service by Hennig. All performance and dimensional requirements are menu-selected, along with all electric, HVAC, exhaust system, roof, door, and materials of construction on the enclosure. Likewise, for the sub-base diesel fuel tank, all size and accessory specs are selectable on a downloadable menu for easy completion.
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