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Diesel Progress Live @ MEE

Posted on February 12, 2014

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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