Navistar launches MaxxForce P power-generation line

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Navistar recently introduced a new line of MaxxForce P brand power-generation diesel open-power units to power gen-sets serving the Middle East and other markets around the world. The MaxxForce brand will be available to businesses throughout the region and backed by a global service support network beginning late 2011.

At its Middle East Electricity show booth in Dubai, Navistar presented its MaxxForce P line, which includes 35 gen-set models that offer 31 kVA up to 216 kVA standby power at 50 Hz. and 40 kVA up to 260 kVA at 60 Hz. Other ratings will be announced as they become available. The units are powered by Navistar’s MaxxForce brand engines, with offerings of 3-, 4-, and 6-cylinder diesels engineered to meet customer needs for fuel efficiency, reliability and durability. The MaxxForce P lineup includes units rated for nonregulated markets and for Tier 2/Stage 2 and Stage 3A emissions-regulated markets.

“We’re committed to serving the diversified global power markets, and these MaxxForce units, specifically engineered for a wide range of power-gen applications, will deliver the quality, performance and low cost of ownership that customers have come to expect from our diesel engines,” says David LaPalomento, vice president of global integration for Navistar Engine Group.

MaxxForce P diesel engines will be manufactured in such Navistar facilities as Brazil-based Navistar affiliate MWM International, U.S.-based Navistar Inc. facilities and India-based joint venture Mahindra Navistar Engines Private Limited [MNEPL]. MaxxForce P power-gen units will be supported by Navistar’s authorized dealers and distributors worldwide.