20% OF THE GENERATORS EITHER FAILED TO START OR FAILED SHORTLY AFTER STARTING during the 2003 Blackout in the Northeast
During a power outage is not the time to find out your emergency power system has problems.
The number one cause of generator system failures is dead or weak batteries. Other causes are old or contaminated fuel, corroded cables, clogged radiators, deteriorated belts and hoses, and control panel circuit board and sensor failures.
Our generator safety inspections identify possible safety and reliability concerns associated with a poor installation, inadequate maintenance, and excessive wear and tear.
- Visual inspection of the generator set and transfer switch
- Check fluid levels
- Check batteries and battery charger operation
- Check block heater
- Inspect belts and hoses
- Check for water in fuel
- Test run unit (if possible)
Don’t leave your generator performance to chance. Schedule a FREE safety inspection with one of our knowledgeable field service technicians, to ensure that the generator at your facility will perform and is safe to operate in an emergency.