Doosan Portable Power launch new products
Doosan Portable Power is launching a number of new products.
The packed stand will include redesigned and Stage IIIA compliant G40-IIIA and G60-IIIA generators, and new portable compressors including the Stage IIIA compliant 7/53, Stage IV compliant 12/154 and 12/254 and 7/125-10/110 Stage IIIB Dual Mode models.
Providing 40kVA and 60kVA of prime power respectively, the G40-IIIA and G60-IIIA models are part of the new platform of generators from Doosan that share a common design with the G80-IIIA to G200-IIIA models launched over the last two years. The Yanmar-powered G40-IIIA and John Deere-powered G60-IIIA generators will both be available with electronic speed regulation (optional on the G60-IIIA model) providing, in addition to stability and better load take-over capabilities, a flexible dual frequency 50/60Hz working mode (optional for both models).
Like all Doosan generators, the new G40-IIIA and G60-IIIA models offer robustness and reliability, high performance and a wide choice of features said to meet the needs of every rental and temporary power application.
The new 7/53 portable compressor is a 36 kW Stage IIIA compliant replacement for the 7/51 model and has been redesigned to allow Doosan to keep this model in the Stage IIIA category, avoiding the need to transition to meet Stage IIIB regulations. The new features on the 7/53 portable compressor include forklift slots and a new bunded base option.
The 7/53 compressor has an intuitive, simple key-start sequence, ideal for rental companies because of the reduced risk of machine abuse by untrained operators.
The largest single axle model from Doosan, the new 12/154 compressor is the Stage IV successor to the previous 12/150 model and is again powered by the Cummins QSB6.7 6-cylinder diesel engine and meets Stage IV regulations without the need for a diesel particulate filter (DPF).
Compact in size, the 12/154 is said to offer excellent towing stability. It is intended for applications in plant hire, construction, quarrying and general industry. This encompasses not only standard compressed air applications such as powering breakers and tools in road repair, demolition and refurbishment, but also more specialist uses such as drilling, abrasive blasting, spray painting and optical fibre blowing.