Main Sole man launches genset at Seawork
Spain’s Sole Diesel SA and UK based Engines Plus Ltd introduced a new marine genset at Seawork last month.
The new 25GTC replaces the old 20 kVa generator, powered by a Mitsubishi diesel engine coupled to a sincro alternator to achieve 25% more power from a unit the same frame size as the previous one.
The 25GTC is rated 24.3 kVa at 1,500 rpm. The three phase generator comes complete with the new Comap control panel, allowing for extensive monitoring of the CAN system equipped engine. This protocol simplifies the communication between terminals.
Sole Diesel offers a range of open and enclosed generators from 6 kVa to 112 kVa, with engines from either Mitsubishi for the smaller sets or Deutz engines for the larger units. All Sole products comply with the latest emission levels and additional certification such as CE, RRR, RMRS, EPA Tier 2, and BV is available upon request.
Ahead of Seawork, Hedley Bevis of Engines Plus said: “The new GTC shows Sole’s continued development of their products, especially for the workboat market,
“We will be welcoming Enrique Sole, MD of Sole Diesel SA, to the UK during Seawork as he believes the exhibition represents a significant opportunity for the Sole product in both the UK and European-wide.”
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