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GE´s Distributed Power gas engines offer a diverse product portfolio that includes highly efficient, fuel-flexible, industrial gas engines generating 100 kW to 10 MW of power for numerous industries globally.
For more than 80 years, GE has been recognized as a manufacturer in the development and production of gas engines for the efficient generation of power and heat. Our products are highly-developed and tested, and well-matched to each customer’s specific requirements. Essential components necessary for reliable engine operation – such as spark plugs, gas mixer, and engine controls – are developed directly in Jenbach and Waukesha. This allows GE to control the development and construction, system integration, and testing of the complete units.
JENBACHER GAS ENGINES
Jenbacher gas engines give you a power range of 250 kW to 10 MW with fuel flexibility to run either on natural gas or a number of other gases. They furnish onsite power, heat and cooling for a variety of commercial, industrial and municipal applications – particularly renewable and waste-to-energy, industrial power generation and cogeneration/CHP (combined heat and power), and oilfield power generation. More than 15,500 Jenbacher gas engines are operating in 100-plus countries.
WAUKESHA GAS ENGINES
Waukesha gas engines are designed to perform reliably in isolated, mission-critical and demanding applications. Featuring durable design and unsurpassed flexibility, our rich-burn and lean–burn alternatives cover a wide variety of applications and varying emissions compliance levels. By offering both rich- and lean-burn designs, GE’s Waukesha team provides a range of products to help our customers make smart choices for tomorrow.
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.Learn more
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.Learn more
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.Learn more
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.Learn more
Announcing the world’s first 2-stage turbocharged gas engine – GE’s Jenbacher J624. Providing a new level of engineering excellence, the J624 offers you significant advantages, particularly in the area of multiple engine power plants for independent power generation and combined heat and power (CHP) solutions.Learn more
GE’s Waukesha mobileFLEX gas engine and generator set portfolio with EPA Mobile Certification. The mobileFLEX portfolio is the latest advancement from GE to deliver lower-cost, lower-emission power to drill rigs, artificial lift enhanced oil recovery and oilfield equipment. An all-gas alternative to diesel units, mobileFLEX is an EPA mobile-certified solution that provides a cost advantage to energy producers and operational advantage to drilling contractors by utilizing field gases.Learn more