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Atlas Copco appoints new Vice President for Canada

Atlas Copco Construction Equipment North America has appointed Mike Marion Vice President - Region Canada. Marion will lead Canadian sales and marketing efforts for products in the newly named Atlas Copco Power Technique business area. He brings to his new role more than 20 years of industry experience, including six years in leadership positions with Atlas Copco Construction Equipment Canada. 

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Atlas Copco introduces new QAS generator range

Atlas Copco Construction Equipment North America has introduced a completely redesigned range of eight QAS mobile generators for prime applications. Covering power ratings from 25 to 330 kVA, the fuel-efficient lineup offers the latest Tier 4 Final engines, footprints up to 20 percent smaller than the previous generation, and a superior end-user experience. The new paralleling option is easy to use and provides additional benefits in terms of versatility, reliability and fuel efficiency.

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Atlas Copco celebrates grand opening of new South Carolina facility

Atlas Copco AB President and CEO Mats Rahmstrom cuts the ribbon at the grand opening of the Atlas Copco production facility in Rock Hill, South Carolina, Wednesday, May 17, 2017. The $25 million, 197,000-square-foot plant at 1059 Paragon Way employs more than 300.

Also pictured are (from left to right): Chad Williams, York County Council; Mandy Brawley, Deputy Director of Global Business for the South Carolina Department of Commerce; Doug Echols, Rock Hill Mayor; Andrew Walker, President of the Atlas Copco Construction Technique Business Area; and Peter Lauwers, President of the Atlas Copco Portable Energy Division.

Atlas Copco celebrated the grand opening of its new production facility in Rock Hill, South Carolina, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, May 17.

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Sharing the Load: Multiple Benefits of Paralleling Prime Power Generators

Parallelling generators allows mines to easily and economically adapt to fluctuations in workforce. As the workforce size increases, more generators can be added.

Running multiple Atlas Copco generators in parallel as a Power Management System (PMS) has several benefits, such a fuels savings, equipment redundancy in critical applications and improved flexibility for maintenance scheduling.

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Atlas Copco Showcases Tier 4 Final QAS 25 Generator

Atlas Copco’s QAS 25 generator has a small footprint and can operate for as long as 45 hours on one tank of gas. The generator was on display December 8-11 at Booth 1800 during the POWER-GEN International tradeshow in Orlando, Florida.

One of Atlas Copco’s latest additions to its generator lineup, the compact QAS 25, is equipped with an Isuzu 4LE engine and a Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) to achieve Tier 4 Final emission levels. The generator is ideal for heavy-duty use in several industries, including rental, oil and gas and construction. It is also an exceptional option for powering events. It can be used for prime or standby power and is designed to withstand the rigor of demanding use in the field.

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