After several years of strong growth, including a Queens Award in 2018, customers are keen to see further improvements for 2020. The Welland Power range in 2019 started with a line up consisting mostly of units powered by Perkins engines, however 2020 will see a focus on some other ranges in addition to give customers more choice. Both Cummins and Baudouin will focus strongly in the line up for 2020.
Some of the engines in the line up for 2020 in the range are:
- Perkins 4012-46TAG2A – 1500kVA Prime
- New Perkins 2806A-E18TTAG5 – 770kVA Prime
- Perkins 1206A-E70TTAG3 – 250kVA Prime (2018)
- Baudouin 6M16G220/5 – 200kVA Prime, 220 Standby
- Baudouin 4M06G50/5 – 50kVa Standby
- Baudouin 4M11G120/5 – Covers the 100kVA Prime Node, but more power!
The engine is the main component of a diesel generator – hence its an important choice. Welland Power as an independent supplier has access to a wide range of engines and alternators, allowing you to get advice on the best solution for your needs. John Farrow, the main shareholder of Welland Powers holding company said “its great to see progress in the power generation segment of our business, the team have done a great job of expanding the range and removing some of the elements that were less popular with customers.” Rift Valley Dealers of generators in Kenya and other dealers of generators in Bangladesh are keen to test the new ranges.
When it comes to reviewing all the world leading generator brands, the common theme apparent is the engine and alternator in use. For engine most manufacturers offer either Perkins or Cummins engines, with Volvo, John Deere and Mitsubishi as often available alternatives. These engines are frequently coupled to one of Stamford, Meccalte or Leroy Somer alternators.
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