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KOHLER’s Newest KD Series industrial Generator

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 27, 2018
South Shore Generator - KD Industrial Generator Series Expands in Wareham, MA

KOHLER recently announced the expansion of its popular KD Series industrial generators, which now includes models ranging up to 3250kW. These new units are powered by two compact and powerful EPA-certified KOHLER V16 engines. The now-available updated KD1250 and new KD1350 industrial generators are powered by the KOHLER KD36V16 – a 16-cylinder engine with 36-liter displacement, while the new KD2800, KD3000, and KD3250 generators are powered by the KOHLER KD83V16 – a 16-cylinder engine with 83-liter displacement.

These new EPA-certified engines deliver highly efficient, dependable performance and feature a modular design for optimal serviceability. Numerous industries that require an ironclad backup power solution will benefit from these newest models now available within the KOHLER KD Series. These generators are ideally suited to data center, healthcare, telecommunications and water-treatment applications, among others. They’re also backed by a comprehensive three-year warranty, a full complement of genuine KOHLER aftermarket parts, and a top-tier service and support network.

For more information on KOHLER’s newest KD Series industrial generators contact South Shore Generator in Wareham, MA.

Generators for Back-Up Power

Darren Kincaid - Monday, March 19, 2018
South Shore Generator - Portable Generator in Wareham, MA

In business, there can be no shortage in power. Competition is fierce, so companies must remain operational, even during outages. However, unexpected events happen. During storms or system maintenance, companies can make use of generators for back-up power.

Another application for portable generators is when back-up power is needed for supplemental purposes or for maintenance services instead of using facility loads. With generators in place, the power to the entire building is not affected by unexpected trips in the system.

Industry competition is fierce and each business must be prepared. By choosing to have back-up generators, companies need not suffer loss from outages or spend money because they have an insufficient power supply. Buying standby generators is practical for many businesses, especially those that want to minimize costs and losses caused by downtime. Power outages and other emergency situations are never planned. Mitigate the damage with back-up generators.

For more details on generators for back-up power, contact South Shore Generator in Wareham, MA.

New Generac 625 Kw Gaseous Unit Designed To Compete Favorably With Diesel Nodes

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, March 08, 2018
South Shore Generator - 625 Kw Gaseous Unit in Wareham, MA

As the leader in spark-ignited power generation, Generac Industrial Power has introduced its largest gaseous gen-set node: the 625 kW unit. Available in single-set or MPS configurations, the 625 kW gen-set is designed for demand response applications as well as emergency standby for data centers, commercial and industrial facilities, healthcare applications, infrastructure projects and the like.

The 625 kW generator is driven by Generac’s new 33.9 L spark-ignited engine. Engineered from a proven diesel block, it is the first engine to utilize fuel and spark systems from the company’s recent Motortech acquisition. The result is a larger-displacement platform with high power density — a strong competitor to the performance of diesel platforms.

The 33.9 L engine was also designed for high load acceptance and fast transient response, capable of meeting NFPA 110 Type 10 start-time requirements. It has been optimized for use in a wide range of temperatures, from a high of 122 degrees F down to -20 degrees F with a winterization kit.

The engine is U.S. EPA certified at the factory for stationary emergency operations. For demand response applications, it is factory certified for stationary non-emergency operation.

Unique to the 625 kW machine is Generac’s new Power Zone® control system. Designed by Generac specifically for its industrial power systems, the Power Zone controller is the first on the market with built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and LAN connections, putting monitoring and control within easy reach of any mobile device or PC.

The Power Zone’s on-board 7-in. color resistive touchscreen provides instance access to generator and engine parameters, ensuring the unit is ready and available at a moment’s notice. The interface was designed with intuitive icons as well as app-like navigation.

The Power Zone controller also controls all paralleling functions when the generator is used in an MPS configuration. No additional system or master controller is required. Communication between generators is performed with an industry-first redundant Ethernet. A permissive and load-shed assembly is available for MPS applications to sequence multiple transfer switches.

The 625 kW unit is designed to run on natural gas fuel only. It is available as either an open set or with one of three enclosure types: weather protected, Level 1 sound attenuated or Level 2 sound attenuated.

The generator is available for quoting and ordering now, and will be available to ship in the beginning of Q2 2018.

For more information on Gas Generator sets, contact South Shore Generator.

Standby Power for Gas Stations and Convenience Stores

Joseph Coupal - Monday, March 05, 2018

Generac Power Systems offers standby power solutions for a variety of commercial businesses, including gas stations and convenience stores. Hear from a convenience store owner on how a Generac generator can help your business.

For more information on Generac Generators, contact South Shore Generator in Wareham, MA.


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