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Little Gen-Set from Next Generation Power Packs a Big Punch
Diesel Generator can be custom-built with a wide range of option, including spray foam applications

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA - February 24, 2011 - Proving good things do come in small packages, Next Generation Power's EPA-compliant UCI 2-5.5 kW Diesel Generator is a versatile solution for reliable back-up and auxiliary power. At just 240 lbs. and 23" L x 20" W x 21" H, it fits easily onto trailer tongues and into tight spaces for mobile or stationary applications.

Whether delivering onsite power for construction sites, or running equipment on service trucks or rescue vehicles, this compact 5.5 kW diesel gen-set is always ready. Its water-cooled, heavy-duty, 2-cylinder Kubota engine offers super-efficient, three-vortex fuel combustion to provide greater power output and cleaner burning exhaust. Average fuel consumption is a miserly 2/10 gph.

Its smooth, low operating speed of 2,800 rpm minimizes wear and vibration for a long service life. One-side service enables easy maintenance. Extra-resilient isolation mounts, remote start panel, hour meter and oil and water temperature shutdown all come standard.

Next Generation's UCI 2-5.5 Diesel Generator can be custom-built to specific applications with a wide range of options, including enclosures and a remote-mounted radiator and fan. Prices start at $4,695.

Contact Next Generation Power, 1732 St. Johns Bluff Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32246. 888-463-9879; Fax: 904-642-8175. sales@nextgenerationpower.com; www.nextgenerationpower.com.

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Martin Flory Group; PO Box 360, Gurnee IL 60031
Phone: 847-662-9070; Fax: 847-336-7126
info@martinflory.com; www.martinflory.com

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