Name: Michael Zedell
Work Title: Production Technician
Tenure at Moser: 2 Years
Marital Status: Married
Children: 3 Stepchildren, 1 step-grandchild
Bio: Michael Zedell began working for Moser Energy in 2018, after spending a number of years working for a local construction company. While he has spent his life working with his hands, working for Moser would be an entirely new and different experience. Zedell knew the history of Moser, as well as the legacy, and he wanted to contribute to it in a positive way.
Zedell has been working for Moser Energy for the past two years; he has learned a lot, about the job and about himself. While doing so, he’s become a vital part of the team. Zedell stated that he primarily works on fuel systems and generators but that, when he’s able, he lends a hand to whoever needs a little extra help.
“The work I do kind of just depends on what the unit calls for,” he said.
Zedell said that everybody at Moser helps each other out when they need to, but, typically, the work is so busy that most production workers stay in their own lanes.
“When we’re super busy – when we’re going, … Read the rest “Moser Energy Systems Employee Spotlight: Michael Zedell”
September 10, 2020
For Immediate Release:
Moser Energy Systems is proud to announce its partnership with Cummins, Inc. in developing and building the world’s first generator based on Cummins’ rich burn, natural gas G Drive 19-liter engine called the Moser CRC400. The CRC400’s performance represents significant progress in lowering the cost and improving remote and emergency power reliability. This generator is made in the USA and is an excellent choice for heavy-duty, commercial power applications. Much like its predecessors, the Moser CRC400 generator features intelligent load management and remote diagnostics. Engineered as a dual fuel application, it can be fueled by natural gas or liquid propane. Whether there is no power available or when utility power goes out, that is when the Moser CRC400 gets to work, allowing for a seamless start-up or transition. It is backed by 100 years of Cummins dependability and Moser’s decades of experience designing and manufacturing generators for heavy-duty and harsh environment applications.
The first unit has already been engineered and tested in conjunction with Cummins at Moser Energy Systems’ testing facility, located in Casper, Wyoming. It is currently being field-tested on wellhead gas sites with over 1000 hours and zero downtime.
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