Cummins Power Generation has released four diesel generator sets using the QSB7 and QSL9 engine platforms. The new models include 175, 200, 275, and 300-kW power nodes. Both engine platforms feature a common rail fuel system with proven electronic controls for precise engine manipulation and low-maintenance filter assemblies to minimize downtime. mc0912-products-cummins-300.jpg

All models comply with the EPA Tier 3 emission requirements for emergency standby applications. Built on the proven 6.7-liter, 6-cylinder QSB7 engine platform, the 175 and 200-kW generator sets are smaller, lighter, and quieter than the models they are replacing. They also offer improved fuel economy, better de-rate performance, a choice of PowerCommand controls, and optional dual circuit breakers with identical ampacity trip settings.

The 275 and 300-kW models, built on the 8.9-liter, 6-cylinder QSL9 engine, are lighter and smaller than the units they are replacing. They also offer improved cold-starting performance. They are as quiet as their predecessor models, and like them, these models come with options for additional sound attenuation.

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