Atlas Copco Power Technique has bolstered its generator lineup with an update to the QAS 150 and the addition of the QAS 200. Both are now available.

“The new models are fully in line with the spec and performance of the QAS range of generators, designed and built to fully meet the requirements of the most demanding mobile applications in the harshest conditions,” says Angel Nieto, product manager for generators and light towers at Atlas Copco. “Features like the standard voltage switch, which allows you to switch to a new voltage within seconds, are highly appreciated by our rental customers.”

In a release, the company says these generators and the rest of the QAS lineup feature fuel efficiency, a corrosion-resistant canopy, simple service, portability and paralleling capabilities.

The company says these latest QAS generators are ideal for a range of applications, including mining and construction. Both feature a John Deere 6068 Tier-4 Final diesel engine. The QAS 150 offers a power rating of 150 kVA/120 kW of prime power, while the QAS 200 delivers 200 kVA/160 kW. The two models are also dual frequency capable.

An AREP alternator excitation system facilitates motor starting. The company says operators can get stable power in under six seconds, even in the toughest applications and weather.

Both generators are equipped with a 335-gallon fuel tank. The large, fuel-efficient tank allows the QAS 150 to run for 37 hours at 100 percent load and 44 hours at 75 percent load. The QAS 200 runs for 28 hours at 100 percent load or 37 hours at 75 percent load.

Atlas Copco Power Technique’s QAS generators feature heavy-duty weatherproofing, including an integrated door-sealing system for water-tightness and improved sound attenuation, as well as a corrosion-resistant canopy.

Available in either a skid mount or trailer mounted configuration, the company says the QAS 150 and QAS 200 are designed for safe and easy movement.

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