New Doosan Portable Power mobile generator is quieter than previous models
Doosan Portable Power's new G25 mobile generator was designed with customers in mind and has a number of features aimed at improving operator experience. The newly packaged Tier 4 Final–compliant generator offers improved fuel efficiency, extended runtime and, according to Doosan Portable Power, the industry's lowest sound level.
The G25 model is equipped with the Doosan D18 engine. The high-performance engine delivers increased fuel economy, unrivaled motor starting capability and reliable operation in extreme conditions. The D18 engine is designed with a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) aftertreatment system, which is virtually maintenance-free.
Another customer-driven feature of the G25 is increased onboard fuel capacity for a runtime in excess of 24-hours at any load factor, and an optional 48-hour runtime solution. The newly packaged generator is quieter than previous models, featuring sound levels at 63 dBA.
The G25 feature enhanced controls with a backlit LCD screen for easy viewing of common parameters while analog gauges allow at-a-glance monitoring for operator convenience. Fault codes are displayed in simple text for faster diagnostics and troubleshooting. The new controls are designed to allow integration of a variety of telematics packages for customers that desire remote monitoring capability.
Further expanding the generator's versatility is a dual-frequency feature that allows an operator to select 50 Hz or 60 Hz, dependent upon the application, and a multi-voltage selection switch.
Doosan Portable Power generators are designed to withstand rugged transport and jobsite needs. Built on heavy-duty skid bases, the generators boast a 14-gauge, galvannealed steel enclosure and rugged running gear for easy towing.
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