Engines + Emissions

Siemens introduces 2 MW-class E-series gas engines

New SGE-86EM and SGE-100EM E-series gas engines set a new benchmark for more efficient power generation. For more than 50 years, the family of legacy Guascor® engines has been recognized as robust machines that efficiently generate power and heat in many applications and perform reliably in critical, demanding applications. These products are engineered and tested […]

New HGM Engine Hits the Market

Clients with high energy efficiency requirements can now take advantage of the Dresser-Rand business’ new Guascor® HGM 420 gas engine. The newest model in the Guascor HGM engine family, it offers a balanced relationship between efficiency, reliability and price. The Guascor HGM 420 model provides 1 MWe of power and extends the Guascor HGM family […]

Automation: One Size Doesn’t Always Fit All

Dresser-Rand’s Gas Engine Technology Center team in Fort Collins, Colorado helps reduce emissions, improve automation and increase equipment reliability for a wide range of natural gas engines based on your specific goals. Clients with a problem want one thing: a resolution. Clients don’t come to Dresser-Rand to only buy products and services. They come to […]

Harnessing Cow Power: Using Manure for Electricity

Managing a dairy farm is no easy task, especially at a time when feed costs are soaring due to expensive soy, corn and hay prices. Fortunately for farmers, recent developments in anaerobic digestion technology can help them reduce expenditures by offsetting electricity costs. Biogas power generation has emerged as a viable alternative for dairy farms […]

Olive Mash and Pits Will Save Facility $600,000 Annually in Electricity Costs

Dresser-Rand recently installed the first Guascor® gen-set for a biomass application in Latin America at the San Juan de Olivos olive harvesting and olive oil production facility in San Juan, Argentina. In addition to providing enough energy to sustain the plant’s operations and provide energy to other areas of San Juan, the process is expected […]