The G70 generator produces standby output of 63 kW/79 kVA and prime output of 58 kW/72 kVA. It is packaged in a medium cabinet for less weight on a single axle trailer.
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.
The 104 hp Kohler KDI3404 engine was chosen by Wacker Neuson because it is tailored for generator applications. It features selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) to provide a diesel particulate filter (DPF) and regeneration-free experience. Low cost of ownership and longer uptime is a result of service efficiency, better fluid economy and long service intervals. Plus, the Kohler engine comes with a 4 year/4,000 hour transferable warranty. Along with the Kohler engine, Wacker Neuson engineers have incorporated a Mecc Alte alternator and Deep Sea controller that provide reliable performance under harsh conditions, according to the manufacturer.
The G70 generator produces standby output of 63 kW/79 kVA and prime output of 58 kW/72 kVA. It is packaged in a medium cabinet for less weight on a single axle trailer. The separate excitation winding and automatic voltage regulation (AVR) provides superior motor starting and enhanced ability to run non-linear loads. Standard features include a variable speed fan providing improved cold weather performance, fuel saving and noise reduction. The fully enclosed body design reduces sound emissions and prevents water ingress during operation. Single-side access service point makes daily maintenance quick and simple.
A variety of options are available for the G70 including Level Load Logic (L3), which is an effective and economical solution to wet stacking and generator reliability in light load conditions. The L3 is automatically activated when it senses a less than 30 percent load and low coolant temperature. The system improves cold weather performance and is safe for use in oil and gas sites, protecting your capital investment and reducing repair and maintenance costs. Other options include camlocks, integral 600V position on voltage selector, fuel quick connect, block and fuel filter heaters, oil drain evacuation system and battery charger and disconnect.
The G70 is just one of a full line of mobile generators from Wacker Neuson ranging from 25 kVA to 320 kVA and all powered by Tier IV final engines.
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