Supply of 100 KVA Cummins Generator set with Sound Weather Proof Canopy at DHA Phase-VIII.
What to Do When There’s a Power Outage at Your Facility
If the power is off at your facility even for a short amount of time, it can lead to serious consequences. Communications will be disrupted, refrigerated inventory could spoil and electronic devices might become damaged. Meanwhile, employees will experience a loss of productivity, which translates to lost revenue for your business.
Whether you are in the health care, manufacturing or distribution industries, having a generator on hand ensures access to a temporary source of power that will keep your business operating. When choosing a generator, consider the type of business you run and the size of your facility as well as the type of equipment you use.
Annual Maintenance Contract
A customized scheduled maintenance program for your emergency power system will ensure that your system is always in top operating condition and that your warranty requirements are met. Experienced technicians who are thoroughly familiar with all aspects of your system will change the oil, coolant and filters when scheduled. They’ll make sure the battery, hoses and belts are in good shape and carefully inspect wear points in order to prevent problems before they occur.
- Checking fluid levels
- Battery inspection and cleaning of connections
- Load bank testing
- Verifying control panel readings and indicators
- Changing fuel and air filters
- Timely removal of worn out parts or upgrading the components