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Generac Power Systems is now shipping its 400 kW gaseous-fueled standby generators, and also unveiled a new 350 kW gaseous-fueled standby generator to its nationwide dealer network. As a single unit or configured in parallel up to 6 MW, the 400 kW and 350 kW generators provide a powerful natural gas alternative to diesel standby power systems, according to the company.
Both the 350 and 400 kW units are powered by a Generac 21.9L V12 turbocharged after-cooled engine. As the designer and manufacturer of the engine, Generac is able to secure a number of regulatory certifications at the factory. Both generators are factory EPA certified for stationary emergency power, and SCAQMD (California’s South Coast Air Quality Management District) certified.
Other features of the 350 and 400 kW gaseous-fueled generators include 7 in to 14 in H2O fuel pressure; listed to UL2200; certified to CSA C22.2; availability in open-set, weatherprotected, and Level 1/Level 2 sound attenuated enclosures; availability in Generac’s Modular Power System (MPS) configuration; and controlled by Generac’s hardened PowerManager control platform.