HIPOWER SYSTEMS & FPT Industrial Announce Partnership

The new models, HRFW-225, HRFW-325 and HRFW-400, range from 225-400 kVA for rental and prime power applications, with the flexibility to also be used in mobile standby applications.

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FPT Industrial, the Iveco Group brand dedicated to the design, production and sale of low-environmental impact powertrains, has announced its selection as the preferred partner for HIPOWER SYSTEMS’ prime mover of the HRFW Series generators.

According to the press release:

The new models are the HRFW-225, HRFW-325, and HRFW-400. These engines range from 225-400 kVA for rental and prime power applications, with the flexibility to be used in mobile standby applications as well. The HRFW Series was designed to further bolster HIPOWER SYSTEMS reliable rental product line, which includes gensets ranging from 25 kVA to 1375 kVA.  

The HRFW-225 uses the NEF67, while the HRFW-325 and HRFW-400 use the Cursor 9 and Cursor 13 engines. All engines used in the new range are Tier 4 Final certified and are designed for use at 1800 RPM in 60 Hz prime power applications.

FPT Industrial’s investment in innovative technology allows us to meet customer needs. Our DPF-free after-treatment system maximizes uptime while reducing both maintenance and operating costs, and a 600-hour service interval ensures downtime is minimized. We also have patented electronically controlled exhaust flap technology that maximizes performance at low temperatures and low loads,” said Braden Cammauf, vice president, North America FPT Industrial Commercial Operations.

“This collaboration with FPT Industrial represents a significant milestone for HIPOWER SYSTEMS, as we continue to prioritize innovation and excellence in the mobile power industry. We are confident that the incorporation of the brand’s engines will enhance the overall reliability and cost-effectiveness of our T4F Mobile Power Series, providing our customers with a cutting-edge solution for their power generation needs,” said EJ LeBlanc, director of engineering at HIPOWER SYSTEMS.