Fourth Generation can provide rental generators for all
temporary power applications and locations. From 16 kW
We have worked hand in hand with leading industry
partners to develop an elite standard of equipment for
our generator inventory.
The FG 440 kVA Twin Pack Generators were custom built
for us in 2007 and designed specifically for the
entertainment and special event industry. Incorporating
Volvo Penta marine engines and Stamford alternators with
Woodward electronics, they have been built with special
attention paid to size, noise level and technical
specifications. Weighing less than 12000kg (including a full
fuel tank) and housed in a 20ft ISO sea container, these
generators can be transported by aircraft, sea and/or
travel by road. Mounting two on one 40ft trailer, allows
for 1,400 kW of prime power (at 50 cycles) or 1,680 kW (at 60 cycles).
Using the latest in sound insulation and muffler design,
these machines operate at below standard noise levels.
All engine controls and voltage regulation are digitally
controlled and allow for multi voltage and frequency
output at the touch of a button. The isochronous load
sharing and paralleling technologies are state of the
art and guarantee a redundant power supply. This ensures
a fail safe production; should one engine shut down, the
other will automatically assume the full load therefore
providing a seamless back-up solution.
This technology also provides the flexibility of single
or multiple generator operation and enables other
generators to be added to the system.
The latest additions to our fleet are the FG 500 kVA
Generators. Hot off the production line in August 2008,
these generators are housed in a canopy and custom
designed and built once again for the entertainment
market. Incorporating all the same performance features
as the Twin Packs but in a single set, they can run
independently whilst also being the perfect stable mate
to run in conjunction with the Twin Packs and other 500
Fourth Generation units conform to European Directive
97/68/EC, as last amended by Directive 2002/88/EC.
With regard to the USA, the units conform to section 213
of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. section 7547) issued by
the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Additionally conforming to Executive Order U-R-014-0090
within the State of California.