Next Generation Power Focuses on Diesel Efficiency

August 26, 2009 04:12 AM
The diesel Generator Compressor from Next Generation Power produces 20 cfm at 150 psi and 5.5 kW of electrical power with an average fuel consumption of less than 1/4 gph. Diesel-powered, the Generator Compressor provides a longer life, lower maintenance and better reliability than gasoline. Measuring 42" L x 21" D x 20" H and weighing just 375 lbs., it combines a powerful generator and heavy-duty compressor into one, compact unit. 
Operating at a mid-speed 2,800 rpm for less noise, vibration and wear, it uses a durable, water-cooled, 2-cylinder Kubota engine. An advanced vortex combustion system creates greater energy output with less fuel consumption and cleaner burning exhaust. 
With all CNC-machined parts, a powder-coated, belt-driven Schulz air compressor runs at a very low 1,000 rpm for longer service life. The versatile unit also features a remote stop/start panel and oil pressure and water temperature shutdowns. Other options include weather enclosures, air tanks, custom welders and remote and mounted radiator models. 

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