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Zeppelin Power Systems Premium Pre-owned department at Middle East Electricity


The Zeppelin Power Systems unit for pre-owned equipment will be presenting at the MEE, Middle East Electricity trade fair, in the Dubai World Trade Center from 14 to 16 February. Energy experts will be providing information about electricity generation solutions that are both advanced and robust, at stand S2.G50 in Sheikh Saaid Hall 2. They will be introducing the PPO G2000 gas aggregate based on a Cat® 3520E with an output of 2,000 kW.



Premium Pre-owned department exhibits solutions for electricity generation


The PPO G2000 aggregate has been refurbished to a high standard and optimized, and is particularly suitable for newly industrialized countries. "We have decided to add this product to our portfolio due to tremendous levels of demand," says Gerd Rojahn, Head of the Premium Pre-owned department at Zeppelin Power Systems. "The product has been well received by our customers, as they are receiving a top product at a very attractive price."

Staff from the pre-owned equipment team are presenting the full range of Premium pre-owned engines at the MEE. These are engines and generator sets that have seen little use, if any at all, and have been professionally repaired and refurbished. With products such as the PPO G2000 and smaller series, the department is now offering complete Premium Pre-owned solutions, which simply need to be connected up. 

 "Our aggregates are perfectly suited to any conceivable areas of application. They are very well-equipped to meet industrial demands, particularly in the textile industry," commented Gerd Rojahn. "They are also ideal for supplying electricity to hospitals or large hotel complexes, or for natural gas production."

The MEE attracts more than 60,000 visitors and 1,500 exhibitors from more than 60 countries, making it the leading event for energy technology, energy efficiency, and electrical engineering in the United Arab Emirates. 


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