A Commercial Generator Will Keep Your Power On
What would you do without power for an hour? How about one day? How about one week?
We never plan for it, but when the power goes down, it can be a big deal. Without power, you can’t open your doors. Profits fall. It can be the difference between success and failure. Fortunately, if you prepare for it, you can avoid downtime altogether.
A commercial generator goes beyond electrical comforts. It supplies power to the things you need most. It can ensure safety and security to both your employees and customers, and can also ensure the safety and security of your security systems and computer data as well. They can minimize disruptions in your day-to-day activities, preserve your productivity, as well as keep your door open to your customer base.
How could your business benefit from a commercial generator? It can benefit you with:
- Power outages from things like auto accidents, animals, high heat, or complications from an aging system
- Blackouts from high electricity demands
- Natural disasters
- Unpredictable weather patterns, including ice storm, wind storms, lightning, and tornadoes
There are two different types of commercial generators: portable and permanent.
Portable generators are relatively small, so they can be moved into place for temporary use whenever you need them most. Electrical equipment is typically plugged into the generator and can handle a load of several pieces of equipment at a time. While they cost less than more permanent models, they will give your shorter operating life and may require refueling several times per day. Portable generators are not recommended for sensitive equipment or for those who need to power large machines on a 24-hour basis.
Permanent generators provide a backup system that is fully capable of operating automatically at the moment a power loss occurs. They are typically wired into your building’s electrical system through a generator transfer switch. The moment this switch detects an outage, it transfers power to the generator. Once power is restored, it transfers the power back to the utility lines and turns the generator off. Permanent generators offer a convenient way of handling emergency situations, and are especially useful when you aren’t there. They operate on various fuels, which allows you to choose the one most convenient for you.
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