A couple of years ago, conventional logic for gensets or generator sets held that diesel meant inexpensive and reliable but also messy, loud, and noisy. Using natural gas meant a temperamental and expensive option and a cleaner and quieter one. Today, thanks to the developments of modern techs in enclosures, engines, and other engine parts, the differences between natural gas (NG) and diesel generator sets still need to be clearly defined.
Additionally, a lot of companies follow the traditional logic in their comparisons of these two genset types and need to provide more weight to the realities of both devices’ particular applications. This article will take a closer look at new developments, as well as long-standing considerations that have a significant impact on genset selection by fuel type in this industry.
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Conventionally, the viewpoint has been that engines using diesel provide longevity, power, and response, while engines that run on natural gas are more environmentally friendly. While the environmental argument for engines that uses natural gas still holds true, the response and power terms of diesel-powered devices are no longer true.
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