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Four new models of containerized power generators

By Chemical Engineering |

Atlas Copco

Atlas Copco

The QEC 1250 containerized generator has now been joined by four new models: QEC 800, QEC 950, QEC 1000 (photo) and QEC 1200. The expanded QEC range, including two dedicated models for the U.S. and Canada, has been designed for multi-drop, prime power and critical standby applications for the rental, mining and oil-and-gas industries. The QEC 800, QEC 1000 and QEC 1250 are available for the global market (50/60 Hz switchable), and the QEC 950 and QEC 1200 are dedicated 60Hz, EPA Tier 2 certified for the U.S. and Canada. Users can tailor their QEC to individual key requirements, such as power output (up to 1 MW) and noise suppression. A host of factory-mounted and retrofit options allow this customized configuration. These include digital AVR, a coolant heater, an air shutdown valve and customized colors. — Atlas Copco, Zaragoza, Spain

www.atlascopco.com

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