power output than the previous gen-
eration, Doosan Portable Power said.
The G325 gen-set also incorporates
easier-to-use controls, more versatile
connection options and a more rugged enclosure. Versatile connections
with oversized terminals accept bare
wire or lugged cable connections.
Standard receptacles and an optional
cam-lock panel further expand electrical connection options.
Start/stop controls, along with analog
gauges and diagnostic indicator lamps
monitor system performance, providing indicators for operation anomalies. Voltage selection is made with a
three-position voltage switch mounted
directly on the control panel.
For towing, the mobile generator
comes equipped with a running gear
system including heavy-duty axles,
fenders and drawbars mounted directly to the skid base. Doosan Portable
Power produces the G325 gen-set at
its Statesville, N.C., facility.
The new XP825 portable air com-
pressor produces 825 cfm at 125 psi.
The unit is driven by an EPA Tier 4
interim/EU Stage 3b Cummins QSB6.7
engine that also incorporates cooled
EGR and a Cummins particulate filter.
An Ingersoll Rand air end pro-
vides air pressure, which can also be
specified as a dual pressure rated at
100/125 psi. If multiple air outlets are
specified, additions can include up to
one 2 in. and three 1. 25 in. valves.
The XP825 compressor has heavy-duty tandem-axle running gear and
a slipper spring system. A lockable,
lightweight galvannealed metal enclosure provides protection for the air
compressor. Configuring the compressor for an isolation truck mount for
truck, trailer or permanent pad installation is a factory-installed option,
Doosan Portable Power said.
Other features of the XP825 air
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Doosan Portable Power will display several new generators and air compressors at
ConExpo-Con/Agg, including the G325 mobile generator. The G325 is the company’s first
model to meet EPA Tier 4 interim emissions standards using a Cummins QSL9 engine
with cooled exhaust gas recirculation integrated with a Cummins particulate filter exhaust
Doosan launches G325 gen-set, XP825, P185
and all-electric HP750e air compressors
BY DAWN M. GESKE
The ConExpo-Con/Agg show, Las Vegas, Nev., will be the stage for the launch of
several new products from Doosan
Portable Power. Among the products making their debut are the
G325 generator and three new air
compressor models — the XP825,
P185 and all-electric HP750e.
The new G325 mobile generator
is the first in a series of new models from Doosan Portable Power
designed to meet EPA Tier 4 interim
emissions standards. The new generator is powered by a Cummins QSL9
engine with cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR). The 9.0 L engine is
integrated with a Cummins particulate
filter exhaust aftertreatment system
and incorporates a high-pressure fuel
Engine performance is further
enhanced by a Cummins Turbo
Technologies variable geometry
turbocharger (VGT), which continu-
ously varies the airflow boost to pre-
cisely match engine speed and load
demands. The engine is mated with
a Leroy Somer alternator, producing
325 kVA/260 k W of electrical power.