a) Service Mechanical & Electrical to New and Used Diesel Generators, Mobile Lighting Sets & Welders in house and “On Site”.
b) Break Down “Call Out” service is available call 01-8251644.
c) Repairs to “All Makes” and type of generators is available.
d) Supply and installation of New AC Alternators is available. Stamford, Newage, Mecc Alte, Leroy Somer, FG Wilson, Markon, Marelli, CAT, Zanardi, NSM etc.
e) Fuel & Lube oil sampling and Analysis available.
f) Fuel Polishing Available.
g) Change Over Panels and ATS – Automatic Change Over Switches – Service, Repair and Replacement available.
h) Text and Voice Diallers to report your generator conditions remotely available for supply and installation.
i) Site Surveys Available: to provide generator size, delivery, off-loading and installation costs for your specific project.
j) Decommissioning and removal of Diesel Generators Site Surveys are available.
k) Spare Parts Electrical & Mechanical for all makes and sizes of generators are available.
A load bank is a device designed to hold an electrical load which is then applied to an electrical power source; it serves to convert or dissipate the power output. This serves to re-create the actual power load that will be generated in a real life situation.
A load bank is a self-contained device that will provide the user with control over the generation process so as to avoid random and irregular power loads. It serves to allow for testing and protection of your power source.
Load bank and load tests are used for a variety of different settings, including:
a) It is essential that a generator is run on load at regular intervals. In standby generator applications it is not always possible to carry out regular Building On-Load Testing. In situations like this it is a must that Load Bank testing on the generator is carried out at least once every year to insure the performance and reliability of your generator..
b) To check the generator engine for wear & glazing of the cylinders.
c) To prevent glazing of the cylinders and burn off carbon deposits in the exhaust system as a result of light load running or off-load running.
d) To check the performance of the engine and in particular the 1st Load Step capability of the generator in the Event of an Emergency Power Failure.
e) To certify the compliance of the generator during Commissioning Tests.