Power Division

FG WILSON GENERATORS

Established in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1966, FG Wilson (a trading name of Caterpillar (NI) Limited and previously known as FG Wilson (Engineering) Ltd) is one of the world’s largest generator set manufacturers, with manufacturing facilities in Northern Ireland, Brazil, China, India and the USA. With a long history of craftsmanship and engineering excellence, FG Wilson’s manufacturing teams, engineers and technicians work to continue the tradition of innovation and market leadership.

FG Wilson (Engineering) FZE is the leading provider of power solutions in the Middle East, located in a modern, 160,000 square foot, state of the art facility in the Jebel Ali Free Zone of Dubai, UAE. Launched as a subsidiary of FG Wilson (Engineering) Ltd. in 1991, the company has grown from three employees working from a small office to a company employing more than 140 engineering and office staff.

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ENCLOSURES

Often seen but not heard, you don't need to worry about noise emissions as our range of enclosures and containerised units are suitable for all market sectors, including residential applications. All our enclosures incorporate the following quality features -

• Robust and highly corrosion resistant construction
• Fully weatherproof
• Excellent access for maintenance
• Totally enclosed exhaust silencing system

CONTROL SYSTEMS

Whatever your power requirements, FG Wilson Engineering FZE can provide a control system to suit your needs.

• Analogue Panel
 1002T Analogue Control Panel

• Digital Control Panels
 FG Wilson DCP-10 and DCP-20 Digital Control Panels
 PowerWizard 1.1, 1.1+ and 2.1 Digital Control Panels
 PowerWizard Remote Monitoring Options
 PowerWizard Remote Monitoring and Control Options
 easYgen – 2500 Synchronising Control Panel
 easYgen – 3200 Synchronising Control Panel
 easYgen Control Panel Options – NetBiter FGW200
 easYgen Control panel Options – I/O Expansion Module

• Load Transfer Panels
 CTI Panel Features
 ATI Panel Features

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