Doosan Portable Power unveils electric generator
| March 25, 2011 |
Doosan Portable Power showcased their electric-driven, 750-cfm HP750e portable air compressor at CONEXPO-CON/AGG. The compressor features a three-phase electric motor instead of the diesel engine featured in the HP750, with power and cooling systems controlled by a liquid cooled variable frequency drive system.
Useful for applications that have grid power available or are using a portable generator, the unit produces zero emissions and is not subject to EPA emissions regulations. Eliminating the need to purchase, store and transport diesel fuel lowers costs.
The HP750e offers simplified maintenance from easily accessible major service points, and a heavy duty tandem-axle running gear features an extended life slipper spring system to protect the unit when towing.
Features include an intuitive full color digital display and an easy-to-use interface that can be wirelessly monitored. An optional full gauge package is customizable and has an LED backlighting system for enhanced visibility.
Available options include the IQ System aftercooler for drip-free moisture control, dual-pressure regulation with 100/150 psi rated operating pressures and air outlet additions up to one 2-inch and three 1.25-inch valves.
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