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Rolls-Royce to showcase MTU Onsite Energy gensets for construction sites at Bauma

Rolls-Royce will present the MTU Onsite Energy 20' Container Diesel Generator Set based on Series 2000 engines on stand 314 in Hall A4 space at Bauma. It is available for 12V and 16V engines.
Rolls-Royce will present the MTU Onsite Energy 20' Container Diesel Generator Set based on Series 2000 engines on stand 314 in Hall A4 space at Bauma. It is available for 12V and 16V engines.

Rolls-Royce will be presenting mobile and stationary diesel gensets from MTU Onsite Energy at Bauma. They are ideally suited to the generation of electric power on construction sites. The Bauma trade fair for construction machinery takes place from April 11 to 17 in Munich. On stand 314 in Hall A4, the company will also be presenting MTU engines for construction site vehicles. The MTU Onsite Energy and MTU brands are part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems.

A model of a 20-foot container genset that has been included in the MTU Onsite Energy product portfolio since 2015 will also be on show. Based on the new generation of Series 2000 engines, the genset is fitted with a common rail injection system. The Series 2000 engines are designed to cover an output range of up to 1,400 kVA for standby power and deliver up to 1.250 kVA prime power. As a result of its modular design, the 20-foot container genset can be used in a wide variety of applications and is ideally suited to rugged operating conditions and operation in remote areas. It is provided with a two-door system, which provides access to all components for maintenance purposes.

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