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Ecuador Sale Illustrates Generator Source's Worldwide Reach

If You Need Reliable Power And Your Home Country Operates With 60 Hz Frequency-- Let's Chat!

Generator Source not only sells, rents and services generators in much of the United States, but our team has also purchased and decommissioned units in international locations as well. Selling worldwide, where 60 Hz rules the day, is also in our wheelhouse as highlighted by this deal with client in Ecuador.IMG_2345.jpg

“Today we are loading this 1250 kW Katolight diesel open skid generator into this container for shipping to Ecuador,” said James Morrell, Yard Foreman at Generator Source in Brighton, Colorado.

“From here the truck driver will take the unit to meet a train in Denver,” added Morrell. “From there this unit will ride to Los Angeles and be loaded onto a container ship.”

Once on the boat, the container unit with the Katolight will travel approximately 5,093 nautical miles taking as many as 25 days to land in port and then it’s off to the client’s operation. The genset will run standby power for a plastics recycling plant. 
Ecuador is just one of the countries we’ve been active in recently. Not long ago we pulled a pair of Caterpillar 1500 kWs on a purchase/decommissioning project at a Puerto Rico Resort. On that project, our team also upgraded the resort’s power and installed a pair or larger 2000 kWs. Read about the project here.

Where can we help you? Yes, as mentioned earlier, we are limited to working with countries that operate on a 60 Hz frequency. This includes the Americas including North, South and Central America. Recently, we've seen a lot of activity in Mexico and the Caribbean. Also included in the group of countries running 60 Hz is much of the Far East, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. Click here to see the List of Voltages & Frequencies (Hz) Around the World! What country do you live in?

Brian La Rue | 6/6/2024 3:02:04 PM | 0 comments
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