1100 Series 1106A-70TAG2

164 kWm net power @ 1800 rpm

Building upon Perkins proven reputation within the power generation industry, the 1100 Series range of  engines now fit even closer to customers needs.

In the world of power generation success is only gained by providing more for less. With the 1106A-70TAG2 Perkins has engineered even higher levels of reliability, yet lowered the cost of ownership.

1100A units are designed for territories that do not require compliance to EPA or EU emissions legislation. These engines are assembled around optimal, efficient manufactuing processes with state-of-the-art technology. They are built to provide the exact power solution for customers who sell their applications into lesser regulated countries.

Focusing on our common platform theme, changes to engine envelope dimensions and connection points have been kept to a minimum.

Emissions statement

Certified against the requirements of EU 2007 (EU 97/68/EC Stage II) legislation for non-road mobile machinery, powered by constant speed engines.

Features and benefits

Dependable power

  • The Perkins® 1106A-70TG1 delivers up to 135 kVA prime and 150 kVA standby at 50 Hz, providing greater productivity through an improved power to weight ratio
  • This world-class power density has been achieved in a 7 litre engine, using a mechanical fuel injection system;
    making this engine robust for all markets, with the ability to cope with the variation of fuel qualities around the world. The 1106A has been designed for excellent load acceptance to ensure your facility is powered quickly at all conditions

Low operating costs

  • Service intervals are set at 500 hours as standard
  • Warranties and Service Contracts
    We provide one-year warranties for constant speed engines and two-year warranties for variable speed models, as standard. 

Technical information

  • Tropical radiator pipes and guards
  • Flywheel housing
  • Flywheel and starter ring
  • Oil filters
  • Starter motor
  • Air cleaners and brackets
  • Lubricating oil sump
  • Alternator
  • Induction manifolds
  • Exhaust manifolds
  • Fuel filter
  • Engine mountings

The above ratings represent the engine performance capabilities to conditions specified in ISO 8528/1, ISO 3046/1:1986, BS5514/1. Derating maybe required for conditions outside these; consult Perkins Engines Company Limited.
Generator powers are typical and are based on an average alternator efficiency and a power factor (cos. q) of 0.8. Fuel specification: BS 2869: Part 2 1998 Class A2 or DIN EN 590. Lubricating oil: 15W40 to API CG4.
Rating definitions
Prime power:
Variable load. Unlimited hours usage with an average load factor of 80% of the published prime power over each 24 hour period. A 10% overload is available for 1 hour in every 12 hours of operation.
Standby power: Variable load. Limited to 500 hours annual usage, up to 300 hours of which may be continuous running. No overload is permitted.