Cummins to showcase the HSK78G natural gas generator series at Middle East Electricity 2019

Visitors will be able to step into the HSK78G Experience Pod room, which will take them through a journey of different extreme and urban environments to highlight the extreme capability of the HSK78G series

Cummins, Middle East Electricity, Generator, Natural gas

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Cummins will be introducing the new HSK78G natural gas generator series at the Middle East Electricity at the Dubai World Trade Center March 5-7. With a power density of up to 2.0 MW from a 78L engine, which will be displayed on stand, the HSK78G series is designed to offer reliable power irrespective of extreme fuel sources or operating conditions. Therefore, the the HSK78G generators are suitable for a diverse set of industries, from mining to manufacturing to shopping malls and hospitals. The HSK78G models run cleaner whilst delivering an electrical efficiency up to 44.2% (50 Hz) and 43.5% (60 Hz) on a wide range of pipeline natural gas down to 70 methane number (MN) without impacting power and efficiency output. 

Alongside the physical HSK78G engine showcased on the stand, an interactive touchscreen will be available, allowing visitors to explore the complete HSK78G generator model in 360-degree mode, while demonstrating the key features and benefits of the new series.

To complement this display, visitors will be able to step into the HSK78G Experience Pod room, which will take them through a journey of different extreme and urban environments from blistering hot deserts to cityscape settings to highlight the extreme capability of the HSK78G series.

Cummins will also showcase other products such as the C2250D5 cut-away generator set, available at 2250 kVA and powered by the heavy-duty Cummins diesel QSK60 HPI engine.

The new 4BTAA3.3-G14 Coolpac generator set is the latest addition to the Cummins medium-duty B3.3 engine series. The Coolpac package performs well under severe duty cycle applications and has environmentally friendly exhaust emissions, 50°C cooling capability, low noise and high-power output per litre.

The digital master control (DMC) 8000 remote monitoring simulator is a fully automatic, distributed logic controller suitable for remote applications. The new DMC system can control diverse power sources such as solar, generator set and wind. With available remote access and monitoring, users can securely access the control system and view up to 90 days of data logging. 
Alongside the DMC display, the Cummins load control module (LCM) will be showcased. A load management controller, the LCM regulates loads on standby generators to maximize their power potential via a smart and cost-effective package deal for the light commercial building industry.

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