Introducing the HSK78G natural gas generator series from Cummins

The HSK78G generator set delivers high electrical efficiency on a wide range of pipeline natural gas down to 70 Methane Number

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Cummins has designed the HSK78G to be the industry’s most flexible, reliable and robust natural gas generator set. Whether you are in an urban utility plant, or on a remote mountaintop, the HSK78G delivers up to 2MW of power with continuous uptime and maximum productivity, while reducing operations and maintenance labour and lowering your total cost of ownership. The HSK78G generator set delivers high electrical efficiency on a wide range of pipeline natural gas down to 70 Methane Number (MN) without impacting power and efficiency output. High electrical efficiency is maintained automatically, freeing your team from hands-on engine adjustments. Cummins delivers the power you need in any environment, including high altitudes, or extreme ambient temperatures of 50°C at 500 metres and 25°C at 1,500 metres. You won’t have to worry about any impact on engine performance – no matter how hot, cold, or humid conditions are.

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