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How a Standby Generator Can Benefit A Business

How a Standby Generator Can Benefit A Business

How a Standby Generator Can Benefit A Business If this year’s hot, rainy weather has taught businesses anything, it’s to be prepared for a power outage. Businesses grind to a complete halt when they lose power. This coming year, be prepared for whatever Mother Nature throws at […]

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The General Life Span of a Generator

The General Life Span of a Generator

The General Life Span of a Generator   The General Life Span of a Generator If you would buy a generator today, it would generally last you 15 to 20 years depending on the availability of the repair components. The repair is an important part of the […]

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Generators and AQMD Compliance

Generators and AQMD Compliance

Generators and AQMD Compliance   Generators and AQMD Compliance We run into a lot of customers asking about AQMD (Air Quality Management District) compliance and questions around generators in the market and if they are all AQMD compliant. The short answer is no – not all generators being used currently […]

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The Importance of an Engine Block Heater on a Generator

The Importance of an Engine Block Heater on a Generator

The Importance of an Engine Block Heater on a Generator   An Engine block heater can be a vital part to a generator. See in our video above why it’s important. The engine block heater on a generator set basically keeps the water in the engine (the […]

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Portable Generator Safety Information

Portable Generator Safety Information

Portable Generator Safety Information Did you know that 81% of deaths related to engine-driven tools were from generators, according to cpsc.gov? Knowing how to properly use a generator, especially during emergency situations, is a matter of life and death in as little as 5 minutes. Top 5 […]

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Moving a Generator to a New Location

Moving a Generator to a New Location

Moving a Generator to a New Location   A lot of our customers ask us if moving their current generator is a feasible option. Peter answers the question in our latest video. You do have the option of moving your generator with you. But there are some […]

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Power Outage Preparation Tips

Power Outage Preparation Tips

Power Outage Preparation Tips Power outages can strike when you least expect them. They can also be devastating to your business’s bottom line if you aren’t adequately prepared. According to a market research study by E Source, a four-hour outage will cost the average business $10,000 to $20,000. […]

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