Mobile Generator Designed for Canadian Applications

Mobile Generator Doosan

Doosan Portable Power has enhanced several mobile generators for operation in Canada with features that increase the reliability, high performance and low sound signature of Doosan Portable Power units. Specific to the Canadian market is the addition of a 600-volt selector option available on select Doosan mobile generators. In addition, generators with fuel tank capacities of 450 L and above are Transport Canada certified-reinforced and treated to resist corrosion and leaks as specified by the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Act.

All Doosan generators are equipped with a user-friendly analog control panel that provides at-a-glance monitoring with ample room for easy access to all controls. Remote start/stop is also a standard feature, along with critical system faults that are indicated on the diagnostic LED panel. A spacious terminal board allows operators to secure output connections quickly and safely, while an optional camlock panel expands connection capability through two sets of 400 A color-coded camlocks.

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