You Can’t Afford to Lose Power – Generac Industrial Generator Standby Solutions
If your mission critical business can’t afford to be without power, you need Generac for reliable, automatic standby electric power. Even in the most severe power outage situations, Energy System’s range of Generac Industrial Generators have been proven dependable to keep your operations on-line when most needed. In the event of an emergency or standby power requirement, Energy Systems offers the expertise to properly size and apply our emergency generator offerings to meet your requirements for long term electric power security.
Although diesel generators are the fuel choice commonly associated with industrial generators, Energy Systems offers various fuel options such as Natural Gas Generators and Propane Generators. These fuels all meet the stringent regulatory requirements. For larger applications, we offer single units up to 2mW, Gemini systems at 1mW and flexible dmission critical redundant parallel generator solutions (Generac MPS).
Generac’s industrial gaseous generators are precisely designed to meet tough industrial applications, with models ranging from 18kW to 400kW. As the first 2009 EPA certified units in the industry, Generac industrial gaseous generators are custom designed to meet the specific requirements of each application.
Power failure is not an option for any industry. Generac industrial diesel generators are custom designed to meet the precise requirements of each application. These heavy-duty engines have demonstrated their performance and reliability in a variety of industrial applications. Diesel models range from 10 kW to 2,000 kW.
Bi-Fuel is the synchronized use of two different fuels to power the engine on a standby generator set. For Bi-Fuel operation, Generac uses a combination of diesel fuel and natural gas (NG) in a diesel engine. Generac’s Bi-Fuel generators are EPA certified and UL2200 listed from the factory. All other Bi-fuel products are aftermarket systems retrofitted in the field requiring costly emissions site testing and continuing recertifying and may also affect the UL2200 listing of the product.
In a Modular Power System (MPS), each generator backs up the others in the system, so critical loads get a redundant safeguard. This built-in redundancy also allows individual units to be taken off-line for regular maintenance while retaining coverage for critical circuits.