Here at Hendy Power, we’re proud to represent Lister Petter in the UK and Ireland. Following a long-running association with this esteemed engineering brand, we now support the region with Lister Petter engines, clutches and transmissions for multiple applications.
Our dedicated team can offer advice on choosing off-the-shelf engines for industrial, power generation, pumping, agriculture and marine applications, as well as individual specified engines to suit many unique projects. In addition to new applications, we can usually support older legacy engines with an equivalent new engine, from the comprehensive range of air cooled and water-cooled engines.
The Lister Petter range of TR engines gives power from 5.5kW through to 28.5kW, with speeds of 1,500, 1,800 and 2,500rpm. The TR range of engines are all naturally air-cooled with an integrated fan to ensure constant air flow when running. These engines are extremely robust and powerful, and they offer a wide range of accessories to suit any customer requirements.
The Lister Petter range of Alpha engines boasts power from 6.8 kW through to 37.5 kW, with speeds of 1,500, 1,800, 3,000 and 3,600rpm. These engines are water-cooled through either a radiator or water-cooled manifold. This robust and versatile engine offers many configurations to suit customer requirements.
Built on a legacy, focused on the future
With its tagline, ‘British engineering at its best’, Lister Petter delivers nothing but the best. Based in Gloucestershire, its engines and generating sets can be found on every continent and in almost every country in the world, and it’s become a household name for many companies worldwide. In fact, in some places, it’s not an ‘engine’, it’s a ‘Lister’!
Known for their durability and hard-working engines, Lister Petter has been supplying powertrains to different market sectors for decades. They’re adapted to a diverse range of applications, including generating sets, pumps, agricultural machinery, construction plant and emergency equipment operating reliably in all conceivable ambient conditions – from the freezing sub-zero temperatures of Northern Russia to the scorching heat of the plains of Africa.
The engines are capable of continuous operation at prime, not standby power. As a result, with proper planned maintenance and overhaul, they can be operated 24/7. The engines are designed to help the operator with service intervals from 250-2,000 hours, reducing the time and expense required to travel to remote locations for planned maintenance, with all the service parts on one side enabling easier access when fitted to equipment, and a wide range of accessories to support the majority of applications.