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Electric Driver vs Recip. (Cat) - Which driver option has the lowest installation cost?

Electric Driver vs Recip. (Cat) - Which driver option has the lowest installation cost?

Electric Driver vs Recip. (Cat) - Which driver option has the lowest installation cost?

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Understanding that OEM would provide quantitative information. What im seeking here is a general comparative cost experience you may had, that answers
which driver option has been typically more economical for you? I am comparing two electric driver Toshiba,GE or Siemen vs the recip option Cat- driving two separable ariel compressors. I just want to know wich installation in most cases is more economical (electric or recip) considering the cost of infrastructure for avaiable electricity svc.

Any information would be of great help.
Thanks

RE: Electric Driver vs Recip. (Cat) - Which driver option has the lowest installation cost?

way to many variables. It could cost more to have a new powerline brought in than the entire cost of the compressor and driver package.

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