Cummins is a global power leader that designs, manufactures, sells and services diesel engines and related technology around the world. Cummins serves its customers through its network of 600 company-owned and independent distributor facilities and more than 7,200 dealer locations in over 190 countries and territories. Cummins Power Generation also provides a full range of services and solutions, including long-term operation, maintenance contracts, turnkey and temporary power solutions. Cummins Power Generation products generator sets from 2.5 to 3500 kW, alternators from 0.6 KVA to 30,000 KVA, transfer switches from 40 amps to 3,000 amps, paralleling switchgear and generator set controls.

CPD activities

Cummins Power Generation offers technical seminars in our factory, or concise technical presentations at consulting engineer locations, covering a variety of subjects related to backup power systems design and specifying:

■ Genset Installation Recommendations
Mechanical and electrical guidelines for location, fuel, noise, and control wiring

■ Paralleling Generators

Cummins Power Generation offers technical seminars in our factory, or concise technical presentations at consulting engineer locations, covering a variety of subjects related to backup power systems design.

  • Introduction To Cummins Power Generation
  • Generator Set Ratings
  • Design Consideration
  • Fuel Systems
  • Location And Room Design
  • Ventilation System
  • Sound Attenuation
  • Dmc’s And Switchgear
  • Specification Development Tool: Power Suite
  • Alternator
  • Automatic Transfer Switches
  • Exhaust System Considerations
  • Paralleling Detailed
  • Cooling Systems
  • Installation Layouts And Ventilation
  • Motor And Ups Loads
  • Genset Derate Calculations
  • Introduction To Combined Heat And Power
  • Electrical Concept Of A Powerplant
  • Generator Control System

For more information, visit
- powersuite.cummins.com, “Continuing Education” tab.
- power.cummins.com/training/consulting-specifying-engineers

Who should attend?
The course is designed for facility owners or electrical, mechanical and consulting engineers that design and specify generator installations. The training will provide participants an opportunity to explore the products that Cummins offers and discuss projects with the Cummins engineers and technical experts.

Further Information:
http://power.cummins.com/