Mobility – Kubota G-Series engines can be mounted on skids and transported anywhere on the range by a tractor or a pickup. They can also be loaded on a flatbed, or even dropped in by helicopter.
Variable Power – Power Systems West has upfitted rancher’s Kubota engines with custom transformers to step down the voltage needed for a specific job. 480-volt, three-phase power can power a pump pulling water from a well to fill troughs or a pond.
Because of Power Systems West’s modifications, that same Kubota engine can also be stepped down to 240-volt, single phase to power tools like a welder or other tools needed to repair a gate, a pen, or a feeder.
We’re not done yet. That Kubota engine can also be set to 120-volt AC current to temporarily power a bunkhouse in the middle of nowhere so a team of ranch hands can enjoy a little warm grub and some light at night.
Remote Operation – Power Systems West can modify these Kubota engine-generators for remote operation through timers, radio communication and even web access. If a rancher doesn’t want that pump that’s 15 miles away running all night long they can either set the timer when they are onsite or turn the system off through remote access.
Kubota engines began as agricultural engines as far back as 1922 coinciding with a severe drought in Japan. Kubota has been a leader in agricultural and industrial engines ever since.
To find out more about Power Systems West’s engine modifications, contact us. Power Systems West services seven Western states from five service centers in Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Utah and Washington. Check us out ww.powersystemswest.com.