Diesel Generators

MTU 750 kW DS750

MTU 750 kW DS750

MTU 750 kW DS750 Specifications

SKU: 6667
Manufacturer: MTU Onsite Energy
model: 750 RXC6DT2
power factor (pf): .8
weight (lbs): 27000
length/depth (inches): 325
width (inches): 102
height (inches): 121
genset s/n: 305375-1-1-0209
fuel type: Diesel
condition: Used
kw: 750
kw rating: Standby
voltage: 480
year: 2008
emissions tier: 2
hours: 241
enclosed: Sound Attenuated
fuel tank: 1260 Gallon UL Listed Double Wall
engine manufacturer: MTU-DD
engine model: 12V-2000 Detroit
engine s/n: 5352006421
hp: 1120
rpm: 1800
alternator make: Marathon
alternator model: 574RSL4037
alternator s/n: WA-567142-1208
amps: 1128
phase: 3
frequency: 60 Hz
reconnectable: Y
pmg: Y
insulation class: H1
temp rise: 130 Deg C
control panel: Y
control panel mfg: MTU
control panel model: DGC2020
breaker mfg: GE Power Break II
breaker rating: 1600 AMP // 600 VAC
breaker options: Pickup // 1 delay (adjust)
gauges: Y
cooling: Skid
battery charging alternator-volt: 27.3V 5 Amp
battery charger - amps/input vol: 120/208-240 // (6) 3 Amps
block heater - watts/voltage: 240 V // Hotstart CSM/0902-000 // 9K watt
governor: Electronic MTU Diesel
starters: 1 Starter 24 VDC
turbos: 2 Turbos (Garrett)
silencers: 2 Roof Mounted
oil filters: Y
fuel filters: Y
air filters: Y
int#: 18191

About MTU Onsite Energy

MTU Onsite Energy, a Rolls-Royce Power AG company, is a leading provider of industrial diesel generators for high demand power environments like data centers, healthcare facilities, industrial complexes, power stations, banking, and many more critical power businesses. MTU Onsite Energy USA products are manufactured in Mankato, Minnesota. The generator product line ranges from 100 kW to 2500 kW for mission critical backup, standby or continuous power.

MTU engines are among the lowest-consumption engines on the market due to their second-generation common rail injection system and intelligent engine management. Optimized, efficient combustion and exhaust aftertreatment processes like SCR and cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) mean that MTU diesel drives meet the widest range of emissions specifications.