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GAS ENGINES

Introduced in 1976, GE's Jenbacher Type 2 gas engine offers high efficiency power with a robust design. The stationary engine concept provides excellent durability, while enhanced components and a proven control and monitoring model give the Type 2 engine outstanding reliability.

Jenbacher Type 2 Gas Engine

Technical maturity and a high degree of reliability make GE’s Jenbacher Type 3 gas engines a leader in their range. Long service intervals, a maintenance-friendly engine design, and low fuel consumption ensure maximum efficiency, while enhanced components prolong service life—even when employing non-pipeline gases such as landfill gas.

Jenbacher Type 3 Gas Engine

Based on the proven design concepts of Jenbacher Type 3 and Type 6 engines, Type 4 gas engines are characterized by high power density and outstanding efficiency. Enhanced control and monitoring provide easy maintenance capabilities, as well as excellent reliability and availability.

Jenbacher Type 4 Gas Engine

The result of continuous enhancements and extensive experience, GE's Jenbacher Type 6 gas engines are an advanced and reliable addition to our product line. The 1,500-rpm engine speed results in a high-power density with low installation costs, and its pre-combustion chamber achieves high efficiency with low emissions.

Jenbacher Type 6 Gas Engine

Jenbacher J920 Flextra gas engine is designed to support a broad variety of multiple-engine power plant solutions–from remote power supply to combined heat and power (CHP) generation. It provides both full power and high efficiency levels to software instructions.

Jenbacher J 920 FleXtra