Wacker Neuson G625 and G1100 mobile generators are designed for larger industrial applications. Both models are equipped with a load sharing/paralleling feature, which allows the generators to be scaled up to meet higher power demands. A digital controller monitors and protects the generators and engines, while providing continuous operating data on LCD displays, says Wacker Neuson.
The new industrial-grade generators feature a Deep Sea 8610 controller and motorized circuit breaker that allows load sharing/paralleling operation. The connections provide for synchronized communication between generators. Standard features include battery disconnect switch, circulation coolant heater, engine-oil drain with manual pump, low coolant shutdown, dual-stage Racor fuel filter with water separation, and battery charger.
Standard “environmentally friendly” features, says the company, include 110-percent fluid containment with liquid level alarm, fuel-level gauge at fill point, and “no-mess” oil and radiator drains. Both units also feature a three-way fuel supply valve that allows for switching from the onboard fuel tank to external bulk fuel tanks.
The G625 is powered by a 810 horsepower, six-cylinder Volvo Tier 2 diesel engine housed in a heavy-duty, sound-attenuated enclosure. This generator is available in skid or trailer mount and produces 500 kW (625 kVA) of prime power and 550 kW (688 kVA) standby power. Simple voltage selection is made with the use of a two-position link board to reduce connection errors.
The G1100 uses a 1,490 horsepower, 12-cylinder Cummins Tier 2 diesel engine, housed in a heavy duty, 20-foot ISO container and capable of operation to temperatures of 113F. The sound-attenuated enclosure is designed for larger applications requiring quiet operation, and new generator produces 920 kW (1150 kVA) prime power and 1015 kW (1269 kVA) standby power.