Cummins fuels the next generation of power with the HSK78G generator series

With a power density of up to 2.0MW from a 78L engine, the HSK78G generator series is designed to provide reliable power, regardless of the natural gas source or climate, including extreme heat up to a blistering 131 degrees Fahrenheit (55 degrees Celsius) and extreme altitudes

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Cummins fuels the next generation of power with the HSK78G generator series
With a power density of up to 2.0MW from a 78L engine, the HSK78G generator series is designed to provide reliable power, regardless of the natural gas source or climate, including extreme heat up to a blistering 131 degrees Fahrenheit (55 degrees Celsius) and extreme altitudes
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