Port of Savannah's $220.5M Upgrade to Double Capacity

CPG 150 Rounds Out Line With Power, Reliability

Tue March 05, 2013 - National Edition
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Armed with a 219-gal. (829 L) in-frame fuel tank, the CPG 150 provides 33.5 hour run time at 75 percent load.
Armed with a 219-gal. (829 L) in-frame fuel tank, the CPG 150 provides 33.5 hour run time at 75 percent load.

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.