Rolls-Royce introduces new MTU Onsite Energy Genset

Rolls Royce MTU 18V 2000 diesel

Rolls-Royce is introducing an MTU Onsite Energy generator set (genset) based on the new 12, 16 and 18-cylinder versions of the Series 2000 engine.

By using redesigned versions of the Series 2000 engine, the gensets will produce between 750 and 1,400kVA and will offer an output range nearly 12 percent larger than the previous engine. MTU has redesigned the diesel engines specifically for power generation applications. The updated design includes a common-rail high-pressure fuel-injection system and additional space-saving air filters and outlets.

Rolls- Royce will offer the genset in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and South America.

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