With the hurricane season approaching, it’s important to make sure that your generator is ready to handle the load your facility needs at any moment. You can ensure that you are never left without electricity by implementing a preventative maintenance and testing regime for your generator.
An industrial generator is much the same as any other power generator with regards to their purpose and how they work, but with a few notable differences. When we use the word “industrial” we are usually looking for equipment that is rugged, dependable and designed to withstand the rigors of an industrial setting, such as a chemical plant, oil well site, or pipeline. Industrial generators are no different.
For a hotel, everything the guest experiences from the check-in process to the friendliness of the staff to the room and its amenities constitutes the total experience offered by the hotel. A good hotel’s promise should be the fulfillment of a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable stay. One element of service that shouldn’t be disregarded by hotels striving to be great is the ability to provide power to its paying customers, even during severe weather or a random blackout.
When you think of emergency backup generators and emergency preparedness plans, most people think of hospitals, grocery stores and their homes. However, one application that doesn’t always come to mind is pharmacies.
Aside from repairs and preventative maintenance, probably the costliest part of maintaining a generator is refueling. Whether natural gas or diesel, buying fuel for your generator begins to add up on your expense reports especially when your generators are used in prime power situations. Many oil well sites require prime power generators because there is no utility power in their remote locations, leaving them no choice but to turn to costly diesel refueling. However, there is a way for oil companies to reduce fuel expenses. Oil and gas companies are turning to gas scrubbing to help them save on their generator fuel costs.
Reducing downtime has always been one of the main priorities for many companies. For some companies, the only power source available for their operations is generators due to their remote location far from a power grid. Relying solely on generators for power can be stressful due to the threat of downtime that’s caused by a breakdown. However, all of that stress can be avoided by adopting a proactive and preventative maintenance plan. Total Energy Solutions’ maintenance services can help increase your overall up-time by reducing the chance of a breakdown with our regular, preventative maintenance plan.
KOHLER is always setting the standard with innovation and quality with their generators and engines. The KD Series is no exception. It is the newest line of generators powered with advanced Kohler diesel engines. KOHLER recently unveiled the KD Series, the newest line of generators powered with their advanced KOHLER diesel engines.
Every year, the north, midwest, and east regions in America face long winters that bring severe storms and blizzards. Although the north and midwest regions are safe from hurricanes, these winter storms can wreak just as much havoc.
Grocery stores and supermarkets have become a one-stop-shop for most of the things you need on a daily basis. Many customers choose their supermarket based on how close and convenient it is to them when they need something. As consumers, we inadvertently become loyal to a grocery store over time, because it’s always there when we need it. We become familiar with it, so we know how to find what we need quickly. However, that loyalty can shift rather quickly when severe weather hits.
Emergency generators are perhaps the single best way to be prepared for any situation. Should something happen to cause you to lose power, your peace of mind comes from knowing you have a generator on standby. But what many people aren’t aware of is that there’s one big factor that can affect the performance of your generator and put it out of commission when you need it most. That one thing is contaminated fuel.