The firm is now offering complete gensets with outputs from 13-1,250kVA. Other technologies now available include units with hybrid operation that are said to deliver fuel savings of up to 65%. The firm claims that its high-performance
The DPS hybrid systems offer a particularly advanced and efficient hybrid operating mode, either battery-driven or powered by a solar module. If the engine generates more electricity than required, any excess is stored in the battery. If required, this energy can then either boost the engine or even act as the sole power supply source, resulting in fuel savings of up to 65%. If the diesel engine fails, the battery is also able to keep the genset operational for up to 24 hours.
The solar hybrid system can provide most of the power needed by itself in sunny locations. The diesel engine starts for support at power consumption peaks or on days when the sun does not shine. This allows efficient operation for fuel consumption and maintenance, while also boosting service life. As well as manufacturing hybrid gensets, DEUTZ is currently electrifying its range of off-highway drive systems under the E-DEUTZ strategy. Customers will be able to choose whatever is the optimum combination of conventional and electric drive components for their particular application. By significantly improving emissions and efficiency, DEUTZ is aiming to be the market leader for innovative drive systems in the off-highway sector.
The company assembles its gensets through its Moroccan subsidiary, MagiDEUTZ. The company claims that its presence in Morocco allows the firm to supply customers in the Middle East and Africa with support for sales and equipment supplies as well as servicing.
Deutz is developing its presence in the Middle East market for engines and gensets