Next Gen EPA Compliant Phasor Marine Models

Press Release
Thursday, May 26, 2011

In addition to its own extensive line of ultra-compact marine and industrial diesel gen-sets, Next Generation Power serves as one of the original Phasor Marine master distributors for the Southeastern US.  Next Gen offers Phasor Marine 5-99 kW models that meet EPA Tier 3 and Tier 4 regulations, including newly-introduced ignition protection certified units.

Phasor Marine models employ fuel-efficient Kubota and John Deere diesel engines, world-known for their quality and dependability.  The freshwater, heat-exchanger cooled marine generators feature a cost-saving, low 1,800 rpm operating speed for less noise, vibration and wear.

Easily tailored for many applications, standard features include safety shutdown systems, solid-state voltage regulation and four-point isolation mounts.  Options range from custom remote instrumentation to sound attenuation enclosures and chrome packages.  Retail prices for standard Phasor Marine units start at $5,995.

For more than 10 years, Next Gen has engineered safe, reliable and durable power solutions to the marine, RV and industrial markets.  It offers a wide range of diesel gen-sets, power units, compressors and custom combinations, including its own ignition-protected models.
 

Source: Next Gen

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