Increased electric power

ATLAS COPCO is introducing its new QAC800 generator, which can deliver up to 800kVA and replaces the earlier QAC750 model. The QAC800 supplies power at 50Hz and is designed to meet increasing demands from generator users. The machine is an upgrade of the well-proven QAC750, which delivers 750kVA. Although the electric power output is increased the unit still uses the same MWM engine however. Designed for extreme operating conditions, the QAC series generators can work in all weathers. A built-in engine cool
Finance & Funding / February 6, 2012
Atlas Copco's QAC800
Atlas Copco's new QAC800 generator features and innovative dual compartment design, with the engine and alternator separate from the cooling, boosts efficiency
161 Atlas Copco is introducing its new QAC800 generator, which can deliver up to 800kVA and replaces the earlier QAC750 model. The QAC800 supplies power at 50Hz and is designed to meet increasing demands from generator users. The machine is an upgrade of the well-proven QAC750, which delivers 750kVA. Although the electric power output is increased the unit still uses the same MWM engine however.

Designed for extreme operating conditions, the QAC series generators can work in all weathers. A built-in engine coolant heater ensures quick and easy start-up, while a variable speed electric cooling fan allows continu¬ous operation in higher temperature environments.

Designed with safety in mind, all QAC series generators have a four pole, main circuit breaker, providing overload and short circuit protection.

The generators meet all EC safety regulations and also offer low noise operation, as well as featuring a double skinned and removable fuel tank with leakage sensors and spillage free frame. The generator can be handled by crane, lift or truck, and fits inside a robust standard-sized container with lockable doors.
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