INNIO’s Waukesha inaugural technology still sets an industry standard for reliable gas compression and power generation in the most challenging and remote environments.

INNIO's Waukesha engines set an industry standard for low emissions, fuel flexibility, and high reliability. With a range of 335 hp to 5,000 hp, our rich and lean-burn engines provide distributed gas compression and power generation solutions. The latest Waukesha engine models and upgrades help operators stay emissions-compliant without sacrificing the operational benefits of extended service intervals, fuel flexibility, and increased power. Whether installing power at a site or retrofitting an existing fleet, we have new and reUp remanufactured engines and parts as well as upgrading kits for conversions and modifications—all backed by OEM warranty and empowered by over 115 years of engine expertise.

INNIO’s Waukesha partnered with Detechtion Technologies Inc. to combine engine analytics with compression monitoring and optimization into a single solution for both new and existing compressor skids to help customers remotely manage their assets securely and in real-time.

We connect locally with our customers to enable a rapid response to their service needs, providing enhanced support through our broad network of distributors and solution providers with parts, services, and digital offerings. INNIO's Waukesha engines are engineered in Waukesha, Wisconsin, U.S. and manufactured in Welland, Ontario, Canada.

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116

years of experience – founded in 1906, in Waukesha Wisconsin.

30,000+

engines have been built to date.

24

gigawatts of power have been delivered to over 100 countries.

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