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Terex T360
November 19, 2007

The Terex T360 generator is powered by a 426-horsepower Cummins diesel engine and offers Tier 3 compliance. The T360 has 360 kilovolt amps of prime electrical output for rental power applications, such as powering large tower cranes and pumps, or providing temporary power during electrical substation maintenance. The generator comes standard with a permanent magnet generator, and the fuel capacity offers 24 hours of continous operation on one tank of fuel. The distribution panel on the T360 includes a five-lug distribution board, single-phase convenience receptacles and optional cam lock-style connectors. The three-phase voltages on the unit include 208 / 220 / 240 / 440 / 480, and the single-phase voltages are 120 / 240.