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KOHLER-SDMO's Generator Set
KOHLER has introduced the New 4500kVA (@50Hz) / 4000kW (@60Hz) diesel powered generator sets, KOHLER’s most powerful systems on the market.
Late 2016, KOHLER-SDMO unveiled its all-new range of large diesel industrial generators powered by an entirely new line of KOHLER diesel engines represented by the K135 and K175 engine families. The generators range from 800kVA/800kWe to 3500kVA (@50Hz) / 3250kWe (@60Hz) respectively.
Today, based on a strong worldwide market response and an increasing demand on power in mission critical applications, KOHLER-SDMO is proud to officially expand the KD Series with the rollout of 4 new models ranging up to 4500kVA (@50Hz)/ 4000kWe (@60Hz). Developed by our global team of Engineers these new units are powered by our latest most powerful and sophisticated K175 engine, the KD103V20. This release expands the limits of standby generators and sets KOHLER apart as the most powerful diesel genset manufacturer in the market.
Building on the excellence of the KD Series product line these generators are designed to deliver extreme durability and ultimate reliability in a variety of emergency and prime applications. The modular design of the KD103V20 powered generator sets deliver unprecedented power density and unrivaled performance. Matched turbochargers are engineered for maximum power and response. High ambient cooling systems ensure performance is maintained in the most extreme environments. Fuel mapping options for either optimized consumption or emissions compliance enable the generators to be deployed globally without worry. Users of the KD Series generators will find cost savings because the line delivers the best fuel consumption at more nodes than any other competitor. KOHLER’s proprietary advanced control and communication system ties the entire system together for a seamless customer experience.
The new KD Series products will be available for sale in June. For more information, visit kdseries.com.
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