The manufacturer says its versatile trademarked TwinPower concept enables operators to cut fuel consumption while enhancing performance and complying with environmental regulations. The generators suit a range of applications including quarrying, utilities, events, construction, mining, and oil & gas.
The TwinPower technology leverages two smaller engines housed inside a containerised unit instead of one large one to achieve high power density with low fuel consumption, reducing the total cost of ownership (TCO). The new TwinPower delivers up to 1350 Kva as a prime power. When used with a variable load, the QAC1350 is claimed to consume up to 40% less fuel than solutions with one large engine due to fewer mechanical losses.
Now compliant with the European Stage V regulations, the generator provides an environmentally friendly way to power operations, with nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions reduced by up to 80%.