Meeting the EU Stage IIIA engine emission regulations for generators, the new G40-IIIA (40 kVA prime power) and G60-IIIA (60 kVA prime power) generators have been launched by Doosan Portable Power.
Sharing a similar design and characteristics to the two platforms G150-G200-IIIA and G80-G100-IIIA respectively launched in 2012 and 2013, the new generators are described by Doosan as offering robustness and reliability, high performance and a wide choice of features to meet the needs of temporary power applications.
Doosan say the new generators offer rental companies, contractors, event organisers, emergency services, general industry and many other customers the “highest quality, backed by dedicated technical and service support worldwide”.
The G40-IIIA and G60-IIIA generators will be available with two different frame-fuel tank configurations. The standard configuration is said to ensure autonomy of at least 10 hours at 75% of the load, the 24 hours fuel tank configuration will be available as option. Both frame-fuel tank configurations offer a containment base integrated as standard feature to ensure retention of 110% of all powertrain fluids.