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what the prefix means in different engine families of GE waukesha.ATGL,APG,VHP,VGF,VSG,275 GL

what the prefix means in different engine families of GE waukesha.ATGL,APG,VHP,VGF,VSG,275 GL

what the prefix means in different engine families of GE waukesha.ATGL,APG,VHP,VGF,VSG,275 GL

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I need to know about what the prefix means in different engine families of GE waukesha. There are 6 that I came across: ATGL,APG,VHP,VGF,VSG,275 GL. I searched the internet to find only two:
VHP = Very High Power
APG= Advanced Power Generator.
Need to know about the others as I have to give a presentation

RE: what the prefix means in different engine families of GE waukesha.ATGL,APG,VHP,VGF,VSG,275 GL

I think VGF variable gaseous fuel, its just a guess. It would be a good idea to just call them and ask.

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