Doosan Mobile Generators With Cleaner Emissions

September 28, 2010

Doosan Infracore Portable Power now has a total of 10 models, ranging from 25 kilovolt amperes/volt-amperes (kVA) to 570 kVA, that comply with current Environmental Protection Agency standards for mobile, off-highway, diesel-powered equipment.

The G25 and G40, 25 kVA and 35 kVA respectively, have Mitsubishi engines certified to EPA Tier 4 interim requirements in effect until 2013. The upgraded G70 and G90, 72 kVA and 94 kVA respectively, have John Deere engines certified to EPA Tier 3 requirements in effect until 2012. The G145 (144 kVA), G185 (183 kVA) and G240 (239 kVA), powered by John Deere engines, and the G290 (290 kVA), powered by Cummins, have had EPA Tier 3 certification since 2007. The G450 (456 kVA) and G570 (570 kVA), powered by Cummins, have had EPA Tier 2 certification since 2007.

Mobile generator features include rugged enclosure built from heavy-gauge steel; AREP (Auxiliary Regulation Excitation Principle) excitation for best-in-class motor-starting capability, providing a key advantage to start bigger motors with smaller generators; standard analog control panel with remote start/stop capability; heavy-duty skid bases with tough running gear components; 24-hour on board fuel capacity; and an environmental containment system that can contain and prevent spillage of 110 percent of all fuel, oil and coolant volume.