Atlas Copco's QAC 1200 1MW generator is designed to deliver predictable power

Atlas Copco's QAC 1200 1MW generator is engineered to U.S. and Canadian specifications. With a wide variety of options, it is designed to allow customers to customize the unit based on their situation such as high altitudes or extreme weather conditions. The QAC 1200 is made for prime power or critical standby power in the mining, oil and gas, industrial and construction industries, as well as being a rental product.

The QAC 1200 is constructed to feature a Cummins QST30G5 diesel engine that is EPA Tier 2 certified and is engineered to provide 1140 kVA/912 kW prime power rating (60 Hz). With this fuel efficient, electronically-governed engine, the integrated fuel tank is built to provide a minimum run time of eight hours. The QAC 1200 was also designed with 500-hour service intervals. With a compact 20-foot container and a spillage-free frame, the QAC 1200 is built to offer compliance with environmental regulations and efficient transportation. Low noise level (85 dBA at 1 meter) is made for sound-sensitive applications.

Another option available is the Qc4002 controller that is made to allow a user to create a Power Management System (PMS). This is designed for a very simple method to parallel two or more generators beyond 1MW, enhancing the core value of predictable power.

Additional options are built to include battery charger, coolant heater, alternator heater, external fuel supply 3-way valves with quick connections, automatic fuel transfer system, engine lube oil make up system, cold weather package, air inlet shutdown valve and spark arrestor. The QAC 1200 is designed to deliver predictable power through reliable performance and risk-free operation.

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