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New Hatz Liquid-Cooled Engine Now Offered in Open Power Unit, Weather Enclosure Package


In an effort to streamline the engine packaging process for its customers, Hatz Diesel of America, the Waukesha, Wis.-based subsidiary of Germany’s Motorenfabrik Hatz, is now offering its H50 liquid-cooled diesel engine with two new options.

The H50 power unit is intended to provide a simple plug-and-play module for manufacturers of equipment such as generator sets, pumps, auxiliary power units and other engine-driven equipment. The unit is also available with a weather enclosure to protect it from exposure to the elements.

The enclosure was designed, built, and tested by Kyle Saginus and Mike Van Kauwenberg of Total Energy Systems, a demonstration of Total Energy Systems in-house engineering capabilities and the type of expertise we provide our vendors and customers.

Total Energy Systems will be Hatz’s vendor for this enclosure to supply their distributor network in North America.

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Kohler Power Systems is Sponsoring an Upcoming Free Webinar

Kohler Power Systems is pleased to announce that we are sponsoring a 60 minute webinar including LIVE Q & A through Engineered Systems titled “Understanding Generator Capacity Ratings | Avoiding Under-Sizing or Over Sizing” on Tuesday, April 5th at 1PM CDT.

Once the decision has been made to require an emergency power system, the next step is to examine the systems expected to be supported by the back-up generator. The protected load could be limited to just cover the basic building systems, such as lighting and elevators to ensure that personnel can safely exit the facility. Alternately, back-up power may need to be continuously available for an indefinite time to support some or all systems of the entire facility that needs to remain occupied and operational.

Determining the load related issues were examined in part one of this series. However, while generator sizing would seem simple in principle, different applications place different demands and requirements for back-up power systems.

In this second of a five part series, we will discuss the following generator capacity and other key issues to consider when specifying, selecting and installing an emergency back-up power system.

The Generator

  • Understanding Capacity Ratings
  • Impact of under sizing or oversizing
  • Considerations for Future Load Growth

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Factory Authorized Training for Kohler, Scania, and Isuzu

Total Energy Systems offers accredited training that meets the factory training center's exacting specifications and requirements for the equipment and services that we offer through our training center.

Classes Offered

Isuzu Technical Training Bulletin

Total Energy Systems is Hiring

Total Energy Systems, LLC is seeking individuals who are motivated, determined, and have the drive for continued success. As a company, we understand that our customers expect quality service, timely repairs, and expert advice, which requires us to hire the best people.

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Safety Guidelines for Rental Generator Set Systems

This information sheet discusses safety guidelines when renting and operating rental generator set systems.

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Kohler Power Solutions Center

Kohler is pleased to announce the release of the new Power Solutions Center (PSC). The PSC has been developed with your input and your request for an improved sizing and specification tool. We have also incorporated additional tools to make the job of sizing and specifying a power system easier.

The PSC is Kohler’s all-new, user-friendly spec and sizing program. An innovation so advanced, it will change the way power systems are specified.

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Nationwide Service Capabilities

NASS is a premier power solutions provider to organizations with a nationwide power network.

Visit NASS at: www.northamericansite.com for all of your power systems' service and rental needs throughout North America.

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