Diesel Progress Live @ MEE
Diesel Progress’ Roberta Prandi reports from the Middle East Electricity Show (MEE) in Dubai. Among the product highlights of the show, which runs from February 11-13, are the following:
• FPT Industrial is showcasing its expanded range of gen-sets and G-drives. FPT has widened its non-emissioned product offering up to 500 kVA through its Cursor engine series. Also introduced for countries where stringent emission regulations are absent, is a new mechanical version of the 6.7-litre NEF, which produces 200 kVA. New for 2014 is the Cursor 13 500 kVA G-Drive, an upgrade to the Cursor 13 400 kVA. The latest N67 mechanical 200 kVA G-Drive is also being shown.
• Deutz is displaying its model BFM 2011 engines with external oil cooling for power generators in non-regulated areas from 13 to 64 kW.
• Himoinsa is displaying the Power Cube HPCW 510 gen-set, a 500 kW unit that is 35% smaller than a standard gen-set, the company said.
• MTU Onsite Energy presented new diesel gen-sets with Series 4000 engines (up to 3400 kVA) and with Series 2000 engines up to 1400 kVA.
• Perkins introduced a new three-cylinder ElectropaK with 1103A engine for non-regulated areas. The 1103A goes in production in the second quarter of 2014.
• Scania is showcasing Genset 770, with new 16 L common rail engine for gen-set applications rated 700 kVA prime power at 50 Hz.
• Volvo Penta completes its Stage 3a range for gen-sets by launching two new 16 L engines with prime power outputs of 600 and 650 kVA respectively.
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