BALDOR GENERATORS AND LIGHT TOWERS
Blador Electric Company, Fort Smith, Arkansas based manufacturer of energy saving industrial electric motors, power transmission products, drives and generators, continues to expand its generator product offering from 1-2,000 kW. Manufactured in our Oshkosh plant in Wisconsin, each Blador generator, stock or custom, is designed to provide the greatest reliability while meeting NEMA, NFPA110, CSA and UL stndards.
Baldor generators include:
Industrial portables from 3 to 11 kW. Their performance and durability have made them the “industrial generator of choice” in the rental and construction industry.
Mobile light towers provide light coverage for 5 to 7 acres. The PL6000K provide 4,000 watts of light and has a 50-gallon diesel fuel tank that provides for 100 hours of operation. All aluminum enclosures assure no rusting in coastal areas.
Towables from 20 to 400 kW are available from stock. Baldor towables are ideal for all industrial, commercial and rental applications where portable power is a necessity. Custom towable units are available to 2 megawatts.
Automatic Standby Gaseous gensets from 10 to 105 kW are available form stock and up to 880 kW as custom built units. Built specifically for the emergency power needs commercial and light industrial users. Each unit operates automatically, quietly and efficiently until utility service is returned.
Diesel Engine Powered Gensets for prime power, emergency standby, load-shedding and peak-shaving applications from 20 to 2,000 kW. Applications include hospitals, industrial plants, isolated mining operations, poultry farms and more. Power when and where you need it!
Every Baldor Industrial generator is designed and manufactured to produce efficient electrical power, assuring customers that every generator complies with the most rigid levels of quality and safety, while providing reliable performance. For more information about Blador and our other products, visit our web site at www.baldor.com
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