The new HTW-2415 T5 model, with an S16R-PTAW-E engine, offers 2,405kVA of PRP power and 2,650kVA of stand-by power, at a frequency of 50Hz.
The company has also included the new HTW-790 T5, with an S6R2-A2PTAW2-5 engine, in this new series, which can supply up to 788kVA of PRP power and 860kVA of stand-by power, thus offering more power solutions to better meet different market demands.
The addition of these new generator sets expands the HIMOINSA series of generators with Mitsubishi engines, which now offers a power range of 670kVA to 2,650kVA.
Where are HIMOINSA HTW series generator sets used to supply power?
HIMOINSA Mitsubishi series generators now supply emergency power in industry, hospitals and other facilities and infrastructures around the world.
HIMOINSA recently supplied a HTW -1530 T5 model for the new wastewater treatment plant in Constantine, Algeria.
One HTW-1525 T6 supplies up to 1900kVA of stand-by power to guarantee the safety of the terminal and cargo centre of the new airport on the island of Palawan, in the Philippines.
The new hospital in the northern part of Guayaquil, Ecuador, has two HIMOINSA generators with Mitsubishi engines to guarantee continuous medical care in the event of a mains failure.
Every night, three HTW-1745 generators in 40-foot containers power a light, fire and sound show at the iconic Dubai Festival City. The three generator sets work in parallel and have dual start-up, ensuring that they can start up at the most critical times.