PowerLink generator
PowerLink generator


PowerLink puts customers first with Perkins power and support.

In only 20 years the PowerLink Group has grown from a single location in Shanghai, China into a global enterprise with more than 150,000 generator sets operating around the world. That success has given the PowerLink Group an exceptional amount of experience in meeting both the power generation and regulatory compliance needs of its customers.



“With such a diverse and varied global customer base, we certainly have challenges. Each country has its own rules and regulations to observe, but one of our strengths is the ability to conduct and check all that analysis on our customers’ behalf,” explains Nicholas Deaton, sales administrator for the company’s UK division.

The PowerLink EP series that pairs Perkins engines with Leroy Somer alternators, is one of their most popular model ranges. With outputs from 10 kVA all the way up to 2250 kVA PowerLink EP generator sets can meet a broad range of requirements for prime and standby power.

Typical engines used in the EP series include the Perkins® 2000 Series – especially the 2506C-E15TAG2 that lies at the heart of the popular 500 kVA generator set. Meanwhile, the 250 kVA generator is usually specified with the 1206A-E70TTAG3, while another engine from the 1100 Series – the 1104C-44TAG2 – provides power for the 100 kVA option. It’s a 1100 Series choice too – the 60 kVA generator set which uses the 1103A-33TG2.

“It’s thanks to the long-lasting reliability of the Perkins engines that our customers are always appreciative that we can help them maintain their normal operations by providing a generator with a high-quality engine,” Nicholas noted. “But if they do encounter any problems, both we and our customer are hugely grateful for the exemplary Perkins service and support system.

“It’s a great asset for us, and our customers place great value on the ability of Perkins support in resolving any problems they encounter.”

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