Atlas Copco Power Technique (AC) has rounded out its generator lineup with an updated version of the QAS 150 and addition of the QAS 200, now available in the marketplace.
These compact and high-performing generators are built with the same characteristics as the rest of the QAS lineup.
Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) has updated the CPG 250 and CPG 330 generators in its lineup to include a more powerful John Deere 6090 engine. These machines were built with overall product quality, ease of serviceability, user friendliness and economical operation in mind.
JCB Power Products launched its range of RS generators designed specifically for the North American rental market. The range includes five Tier IV Final-compliant, delivering prime power output of 56 kW (70 kVA) to 500 kW (625 kVA).
Additional features of the JCB RS Generator range include:
Five models: G70RS produces 56 kW (70 kVA); G125RS produces 100 kW (125 kVA); G220RS produces 175 kW (220 kVA); G400RS produces 320 kW (400 kVA); G625RS produces 500 kW (625 kVA).
Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique has launched the CPG 625 generator. The largest and most powerful mobile generator in its lineup, the new unit offers a power rating of 625 kVA/500 kW prime power.
Built with the same characteristics of the CPG line, the fuel-efficient model is compact, lightweight and ideal for a wide range of applications.
Atlas Copco Power Technique is updating its well-known QAS 250 and QAS 330 generators with a more powerful John Deere 6090 engine. In engineering these models, Atlas Copco focused on the overall product quality, user friendliness, ease of service and economical operation resulting in best in class total cost of ownership.
Atlas Copco Power Technique features the QAS 625, the newest and largest mobile generator in its lineup. With a power rating of 625 kVA/500 kW prime power, the fuel-efficient unit is compact, lightweight and ideal for a wide range of applications from construction to mining, disaster recovery, general rental and more.
Thompson Recycle Company reprocesses mountains of used asphalt rubble every year with its three mobile crushing plants in Michigan. The mobile plants use generators as their prime power source at road construction sites. Since switching to Volvo Penta-powered 600 kWe generators, they're saving hundreds of thousands of dollars per year in fuel and maintenance costs, not to mention less downtime.
Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) features the 7W portable gasoline generator in its lineup. The generator is designed to deliver stable electrical output and safe, user-friendly operation over a long service life.
The largest portable generator in the CP lineup, the CPPG 7W features a 6.6-gal.
Doosan Portable Power has expanded the Intelligent Load Management System (ILMS) option across its full generator product line, including small to mid-size generator models — the G25, G50, G70, G125 and G150.
The internally packaged ILMS option improves machine performance and decreases potential downtime associated with Tier IV-compliant mobile generators in light load and fluctuating demand applications.
Wacker Neuson's G70 mobile generator, powered by a Tier IV Final Kohler engine, is a prime powered generator designed to withstand the rigors of repeated transport and continuous load. The compact, sound-attenuated model provides single and three-phase power for construction, commercial, industrial and special applications where quiet power is needed.
Doosan Portable Power has added the G400WCU-T4F mobile generator to its product line. The range-topping G400 model is the most powerful generator in the Doosan line, with a prime power rating of 402 kVA (322 kW), packaged in a compact footprint to meet a broad range of applications.