Mahindra increases output of its diesel generators

May 2, 2018


India’s Mahindra Powerol (MP), part of the Mahindra Group conglomerate, has launched a new range of higher power diesel generators with output up to 625kVA.


The new range, also including 400 and 500kVA units, is powered by the UK’s Perkins 2000 series engines, which are designed at MP’s Mahindra Research Valley R&D hub in Chennai and produced at its Chakan plant near Pune.


MP said the 12.5 to 18 litre Perkins engines deployed in the new range can provide the gensets with “superior performance and reliability”.


DG sets in the new range come equipped with Mahindra’s DiGi-SENSE technology, which the company said allows the sets to be monitored from anywhere in real time.


Hemant Sikka, the president of Powerol & Spares Business at Mahindra, said: “With the launch of 400/500/625 kVA gensets, we now have top quality gensets from 5kVA to 625kVA.”


The last time MP launched its higher kVA DGs with a range of 250/320kVA was last November.


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