Curtis Power Solutions and MTU have provided generator sets and switchgear to some of the region's best-known hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Proven and reliable systems, designed and tests to be in compliance with NEC, NFPA, and Joint Commission standards for life safety
In a medical facility, power outages can put lives at risk, cause the loss of valuable information, and have significant cost implications. With an industry-leading 85% average load factor, diesel generator sets from MTU provide fail-safe performance at facilities with low-risk tolerance. While diesel is the preferred choice for backup power in critical facilities due to its ability to accept block loads and be available within the 10-second requirements of NFPA 110, many healthcare facilities are choosing natural gas generator sets for backup power where lives are not in jeopardy or co-generation systems that combine heat and power (CHP) and operate continuously.
Along with our ongoing planned maintenance contracts, we also provide load bank testing, ATS maintenance, and fuel cleaning services to keep our hospital clients in compliance with applicable codes and standards. In addition to the required monthly tests, we can conduct a two-hour load bank test annually and can perform a four-hour load bank test at least once every 36 months per Joint Commission requirements.
- No matter how complex the project, our sales engineers can help design, specify, and supply all of the equipment necessary to meet your needs.
- We use world-class products that are factory tested and proven and we have the expertise to properly size the equipment and recommend the best overall value for your project.
- Our suppliers, project managers, and technicians will work seamlessly to ensure that your project is delivered on-time, on-budget, and works as designed.
- Our factory-trained technicians have worked on thousands of backup power systems - of all sizes and make - for our healthcare facility manager customers and we provide on-going testing services and 24-hour emergency response.