Fischer Panda gensets are an option for Fairline
Fischer Panda UK’s variable speed iSeries 5000i Neo and 8000i generators have been selected by Fairline as optional gensets for the new F//Line 33 express cruiser.
The latest agreement adds to the current contract for the company to supply its Panda PMS 10,000i model as standard for the Fairline Targa 43 open.
Confirmation of this exclusive agreement for the F//Line 33 really highlights our capabilities to supply multi-voltage, multi-frequency generators to fulfil the requirements of global boatbuilders,” said Fischer Panda UK sales and marketing director Chris Fower. “It is a significant endorsement for our iSeries generators and evidence that our leading quiet, light, environmentally-friendly and fuel-efficient systems reflect Fairline’s high standards of design and build quality.”
Fairline will offer the Panda 5000i Neo as an option worldwide apart from the Americas, where the option will be the 8000i in 120V.
The 5000i Neo uses Fischer Panda’s in-house designed water-cooled FPE320 single cylinder diesel engine. Both the 5000i Neo and 8000i are fitted with Fischer Panda sound insulation and water cooling.
The variable speed technology means the speed of the diesel engine is adjusted according to the user’s changing power requirements while the output voltage always remains constant from the PMGI inverter, improving fuel efficiency.
The iSeries generators are included in the product range on show in Fischer Panda UK’s display trailer at the Southampton International Boat Show powered by Borrow a Boat at stand E020.
The F//Line 33 will launch at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival.
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