PSI is a leader in the design, engineering and manufacture of emissions-certified, alternative-fuel power systems. This new EPA certification covers both stationary and mobile non-road emission regulations for constant speed operation on both commercial pipeline quality natural gas (CNG/LNG) and propane (LPG).
According to the statement, the engine has a range of 600 kWe to 800 kWe and is now ready for production. The engine is part of the company’s expanded natural gas product line, which ranges from 2.4 litres to 65 litres of displacement and 25 kWe to 1.2 MW.
The engine also features the company’s advanced fuel and emission control systems, designed to provide application-specific performance.
Mike Biltimier, Vice President of PSI’s Energy Division, said: “The addition of the 40-litre engine provides PSI and its customers exciting new opportunities in the oil and gas and healthcare markets, to name a few.
“The PSI rich-burn fuel system utilised across our engine platform enables our customers to meet the stringent regulatory requirements as needed in non-attainment zones while also achieving demand response and performance that meets NFPA 110 and other requirements.”
The company’s systems are used across the globe in both stationary and mobile power generation applications supporting standby, prime, distributed generation, demand response and co-generation power (CHP). The 40-litre engine is largely designed for energy market applications including power generation, oil and gas exploration and other industrial sectors.
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