Electrical Power Generators - Electrical power generators, also known as alternators, transform mechanical energy into electrical energy. They can be used for backup or emergency power or as an alternator on board a vehicle. Generators can produce either AC or DC power and are typically powered by a fuel engine.
Festoon Systems - Festoon systems are mobile supports for electrical cables or pneumatic lines that allow the cable to move with a hoist, trolley, or other mobile equipment without fouling.
Generator Heads and Alternators - Generator Heads and Alternators turn rotational mechanical energy into electrical power.
Microturbines - Microturbines are small fuel-burning turbines used in localized or mobile power generation and mechanical drive applications.
Mobile Electrification Systems - Mobile electrification systems provide power to moving vehicles and equipment such as AGVs, mobile hoists and cranes in automated factory, material handling and other specialized applications.
Power Generation Systems - Power generation systems are power generators and related systems that are used in power plants or large-scale power generation facilities.
Steam and Gas Turbines - Steam turbines and gas turbines are rotating machines that extract energy from pressurized steam and/or from combustion gases.