Mobile modular power, temperature control and energy solutions supplier Aggreko has introduced its Tier 4 Final-compliant generators, a lower-emission fleet of solutions ranging from 25 kW to 1,200 kW.
The generators, all available now, were designed to comply with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) tightened emissions regulations in the United States and Canada. All of the units incorporate a variety of advanced exhaust treatment processes to remove harmful pollutants.
In fact, according to Aggreko, compared to traditional generators, these systems achieve a 98% reduction in the volume of particulates and a 96% reduction in NOx emissions.
“The launch of this fleet is the latest step in Aggreko’s mission to provide better options for customers that rely on mobile power solutions to reduce their operational carbon footprint without compromising reliability or negatively impacting budgets,” the company said.
All of the models in the fleet operate on traditional fuel sources such as diesel or can run on bio-based liquid fuel such as hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO). The option of utilizing alternative fuels with the new generators enables customers to reduce CO2 emissions by 60% per gallon of fuel.
The new generators prioritize efficiency, using advanced load management to minimize fuel consumption. Aggreko’s Remote Monitoring services also reduce service costs and interruptions associated with in-person service checks, ensuring that businesses can continue to operate efficiently.
Aggreko’s rental model helps companies better manage their balance sheets by avoiding large capital outlays for equipment that may be technologically surpassed in a few years and by including operations and maintenance costs in a flat rental fee.
“With businesses across all sectors looking to reduce the environmental impact of their operations, our latest innovative power solution allows customers to dramatically cut some of the most damaging emissions – particulate matter and NOx gases – typically produced by on-site power generation,” North America Managing Director Charley Royce said.
“Our engineers have also prioritized making our products as robust and self-reliant as possible, which will increase efficiency and reduce O&M downtime and costs for our customers.”