Cooper Corp. launches gensets under CPCB II norms
Cooper Corporation, an engine major has launched gensets under the stringent emission norms by CPCB II. The new emission norms will come into effect from April 1, 2014. The company’s Ecopack gensets ranging from 10 KVA to 200 KVA comply with the latest CPCB II emission limits applied by the Central Pollution Control Board for new diesel engines up to 800KVA. The Ecopack genset is said to be lighter in weight, smaller in size and meets with US and European emission norms. The entire range of Ecopack gensets goes up to 180 KVA powered by 3, 4 and 6 cylinder Cooper engines. Commenting on the new environment protection rules, Mr Farrokh N. Cooper, Chairman and Managing Director says, “This was a long overdue notification and we welcome the implementation of these norms, which will certainly help the nation as reduced pollution, reduce cost of medical care and thus will improve the health condition of the population and lead to good and healthy life to all Indians.” Cooper Corp’s Ecopack series is India’s first Euro IV, US EPA tier IV interim and CPCB II compliant set of generators, features that make Cooper Corp’s Ecopack the automatic choice for environment-conscious power consumers.