AEM Spain launches its new Stage V low emissions generators 03-11-2019
After celebrating last November at Alternativas Energéticas Murcia's head office (AEM Spain) the I European summit that brought together engine manufacturers, genset builders and professional customers from the rental sector, AEM lauches in 2019 its new models of generators in accordance with the EU2016/1628 regulation overning non-road mobile machines (NRMM), in force since 1 January 2019. These generators with Stage V engines are more efficient an much less polluting.
The new range of AEM Rental Stage V generators includes models with Kohler, John Deere, FPT and Volvo Penta engines, with an innovative design and meticulously intended for the needs of the new mechanics, ranging from 20KVA to 660KVA and incorporating a certain emissions post-treatment system; DOC type in low powers and DPF + SCR with Urea/Adblue in medium and high powers. The availability of the new generators will depend on the models developed by engine manufacturers in 2019.
However, there is an adaptation period in which generators can continue to be commercialized under the 3A regulation provided that the engines have been manufactured before the end of December 2018. Currently manufacturers have already stopped the production of 3A engines for Europe, therefore, the availability of these engines is subject to the remaining stock from both engine and generator manufacturers.
According to the regulations, 3A engines of less than 56 KW and more than 130 KW can be sold until December 2020. 3A engines between 56 KW and 130 KW can be marketed until December 2021.
Who is affected? All this new regulation only affects non-road mobile machines, so the main consumer is the rental sector of electric generators.
AEM will manufacture 3A generators up to 18 months after the entry into force of the regulation and for this, given the shortage of 3A engines, AEM, in a strong effort to uphold its service standards, has planned a wide stock to cover the transition period until the end of stock.
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