The NEW generation of QAS range
Developed in response to today’s operational challenges, the new QAS 5 models offer to the construction, events and industrial sectors quieter operation, smaller footprints, reduced engine emissions, faster plug-and-play paralleling, enhanced fuel economy, 24hr autonomy and lower total cost of ownership. As a consequence, the QAS 5 range helps customers to improve fleet utilisation and shorten their return on investment.
Excessive noise generated by portable energy equipment is becoming increasingly unacceptable in urban environments and industrial work areas. For this reason, QAS 5 generators deliver a significant reduction in noise levels, and are on average 5-8 dBA quieter than comparable generators. The near-silent performance is delivered through a combination of technologies. This includes advanced variable speed fan air cooling, a separate compartment for the power pack and the enhanced noise attenuation provided via silencers and sound dampening foams.
The compact QAS 5 generators offer footprints up to 20 per cent smaller than any comparable portable energy equipment. This makes them easier to transport and position on site, thereby creating safer working conditions.
Electrical power is often required at immediate notice, and for this reason QAS 5 generators are equipped with multiple sockets, a terminal board and optional power locks, the generators can be powered up within five seconds. Also, for operators who have scalable power requirements, QAS 5 generators can be paralleled with each other in under a minute. This allows for optimum power usage and high levels of on-site power redundancy.
The QAS mobile generator features a controller equipped with a Power Management System that enables the optimisation of fuel consumption and expands the lifetime of generators when they are working in parallel to form a mobile or independent power plant.
The QAS 5 range has been developed to provide you with a smooth transition towards the phased adoption of EU Stage V engine emission standards in 2019/20.