New Cummins Generator Models Ready for Winter Season
New 125 kW and 150 kW generators run on natural gas and are able to operate in the face of temperatures well below 0°F and winds of up to 180 mph.
Cummins has a long history in the generator business. With the roots of that business put down in Minneapolis, Minnesota, we know cold weather. We also know our customers rely on us to keep their power on and heat running no matter what Mother Nature throws their way.
Since 1995, there have been an average of 19 blizzards per year and countless snowstorms in the United State alone. Just last year, winter storm Jupiter dropped 94.5 inches of snow on Wyoming, and winter storms Fortis and Maya each knocked out power to 100,000 people. In snow like that, people could be trapped in their homes for days at a time in temperatures far below zero. That’s when you truly appreciate a reliable home generator to keep your family safe and warm.
We recently expanded our line of QuietConnect Series standby generators up to 150 kW with our RS125 and RS150 models, to power larger homes and small businesses, even during the worst winter storms.
These new 125 kW and 150 kW generators run on natural gas and are able to operate in the face of temperatures well below 0°F and winds of up to 180 mph. They’re powered by the rugged and reliable Cummins QSJ8.9G spark-ignited engine, so you know they’ll be there when you need them most. And, best of all, they’re designed to be extremely quiet.
We aim to build generators that you won’t notice – with a sleek, unobtrusive profile and a low compact design, the new models provide reliable, seamless power. Contact your local Cummins dealer to be put on the early order list and have one less thing to worry about this winter.