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Al Masaood Power Division Unveils Latest Diesel Engine Models

Date : Mar 24, 2020

Al Masaood’s Power Division, together with its long-standing global partner Volvo Penta, has showcased its latest diesel engines for the power generation industry at the Middle East Energy (MEE) 2020 expo in Dubai.

 

Volvo Penta is a leading supplier of power solutions to marine and industrial applications across the globe.

 

Al Masaood Power Division said it participated for the 10th consecutive year at MEE, the region’s leading event dedicated to power generation, electrical solutions, and solar solutions.

 

The key Volvo Penta power generation engines on display were the D8 GE, which has made its Middle East debut.

 

D8 GE is a compact size engine model designed with the highest-standard of emission levels, while the D8 Stage II and IIIA/Tier 3 features the newest - technology injection and charging systems with low internal losses supporting excellent combustion, low fuel consumption and low noise levels.

 

In addition to the latest version of the D8 engine, the Al Masaood Power Division highlighted the features of Volvo Penta’s flagship 16-litre diesel engine, the D16.

 

Through an alternator, the D16 engine can produce up to 800 kVA with excellent power density, high fuel efficiency and low exhaust emission levels. This engine meets the latest emission legislation requirements across the world.

 

General manager Rasso Bartenschlager said: "Designed for quick, easy and economical installation as well as ease of operation and maintenance, the D8 engine is both powerful and economical as a backup power. Its flexibility provides a cost-effective option as a primary power generator in areas where energy source is limited and can be used for both mobile and stationary power generation applications, in accordance with local emissions regulations."

 

“The latest range of Volvo Penta engines promote sustainable power solutions that are more energy-efficient considering its low fuel consumption and low noise levels, which are in line with the global sustainable development goals to reduce carbon emissions and protect the environment while ensuring service satisfaction for our customers,” he added.