POSTS on August 2015
Sizing a generator is difficult enough for a company that is making a purchase. For rental operators trying to predict customer requirements, it can be confusing and complicated. Rather than focusing on all the options and narrowing it down to a few final selections, we recommend building a few customer profiles based on their operating requirements and then selecting the generators that work best for the greatest number of firms.
The variety of electrical power distribution equipment and the number of tasks these units facilitate has grown considerably in recent years. Portable power systems in particular have become important electrical components in everything from construction to special events planning. Organizations have realized they can deploy one generator that meets their cumulative load needs and maximize use of its available electricity through power distribution.
As most hospital administrators recognize, the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) and other regulatory groups impose very strict requirements upon hospitals regarding operation of an emergency backup generator. Any facility that must meet life-safety requirements, and especially those that must power life-support systems, face the most stringent requirements possible.