Chicago Pneumatic’s CPG 150 is the latest and most powerful unit in the popular line of generators. Complete with a six-cylinder Interim Tier IV John Deere engine and a Leroy Somer alternator, the CPG 150 JD iTIV is ideal for even the toughest environments, where availability of reliable power is essential, according to the manufacturer.
Armed with a 219-gal. (829 L) in-frame fuel tank, the CPG 150 provides 33.5 hour run time at 75 percent load. Other standard features include a 110 percent fluid containment frame for the environmentally friendly contractor, a digital controller with easy-to-read analog gauges and an electronic governor for maximum voltage stability. Another feature is the quiet operation of the CPG 150 — only 71 dB(A).
Also available are a wide range of options, including a battery charger, spare tire, tool box, rear stabilizer jacks and a skid-mounted option. A comprehensive instrument panel enables all key operating functions to be supervised without opening the canopy. A transparent cover protects the control panel ensuring long-lasting functionality.
“The thing that is most impressive about this machine is the raw power of the six-liter John Deere engine,” said Eric Massinon, CP product manager of portable energy. “The CPG 150 simply will not let you down.”
A wet, skid-mounted CPG 150 weighs 7,484 lbs. (3,394 kg), and a wet, trailer-mounted unit weighs in at 8,541 lbs. (3,874 kg). The skid-mounted unit measures 133 by 47 by 78 in. (338 by 119 by 198 cm), whereas the dimensions of the trailer-mounted unit measure 191 by 94 by 92 in. (485 by 239 by 233 cm).
For more information, visit www.cp.com.