New Atlas Copco generators

11 June 2020

Atlas Copco has introduced four new models to its QAS 5 range of mobile diesel generators, which are EU Stage V-compliant – the QAS 5 250, 325, 450 and 660.

QAS 5 250_Stage V_iso

The QAS 5 250 is one of four new generators introduced by Atlas Copco

Operators can now reduce emissions and improve their carbon footprint, while also taking full advantage of the QAS 5 range’s compact size, quiet operation, enhanced fuel economy and low total cost of ownership, and up to 660kVA power, according to the company.

This brings the total number of generators in the range up to nine, providing power from 80 to 200kVA on Stage IIIA, and from 250 to 660kVA on Stage V.

These generators are suitable for use in construction, events and utility applications, helping companies improve their fleet utilisation and return on investment.

Designed with rental in mind, the new generators are built to be portable and have a sturdy frame with integrated forklift slots that can bear four times the weight of the unit without deformation.

“The new generators are a welcome addition to the QAS 5 range, and have been developed in response to customer demand for larger power capacity, but with a more sustainable operation that meets legislation,” said Sergio Salvador, Product Marketing Manager, Small and Medium Power Generators at Atlas Copco.

“The QAS 5 generators are proven as reliable in demanding industrial environments and are enabling customers to improve plant performance,” he added.

The 250, 325 and 450 generators feature Scania engines, while the 660 uses a Volvo engine. All four models have Leroy Somer alternators.

This story was originally published by sister magazine Diesel Progress.

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