Improve reliability while lowering emissions and drilling costs with Waukesha mobileFLEX engine portfolio
Operators can gain more power on site while reducing nitrogen oxides and greenhouse gas emissions with the redesigned Waukesha mobileFLEX engine portfolio from INNIO Group. Their operating costs also can decrease by as much as 80%. An alternative to diesel units, the EPA mobile-certified Waukesha mobileFLEX engines and generator sets (gensets) operate on a range of field gases without derate.
Waukesha mobileFLEX products are flexible in a variety of altitude and temperature applications, and provide exceptional transient performance with diesel-like load capacity, handling up to 65% load steps and 100% load shed.
Better performance and engine uptime with ESM2
Maximizing engine performance and uptime, the easy-to-use Engine System Manager (ESM2) with AFR2 controls allows you to see all engine parameters and trend data, as well as view manuals and service bulletins. Additionally, data analytics enhance controls and performance improvements while giving users total control – all without the need for a laptop computer.
New piston design for reduced emissions
The optimized piston reduces emissions of regulated pollutants such as carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds, and formaldehyde. While the new technology reduces operating costs, support technicians will not need to retrain because of its similarity to existing components.
Waukesha engines running on 100% field gas from producing wells are providing power for drilling rigs in West Virginia while offsetting 2,000 gallons of diesel fuel per day. The switch to mobileFLEX engines is estimated to cut emissions of nitrogen oxides and particulate matter by more than 99%, carbon monoxide by 34%, and carbon dioxide by 7%. Additionally, reducing truck staff has eliminated approximately 200 diesel fuel deliveries.1