Maintenance is One Key to Diesel Generator Set Reliability
Timothy A. Loehlein, Project Manager
Diesel engines comprise the vast majority of prime movers for standby power generators because of their reliability, durability and performance under load. Diesel powered generators are depended on for back-up power systems in the most critical locations:
hospitals, airports, government buildings, telecommunications facilities, and even nuclear power plants. In standby power applications, diesel generators can start and assume full-rated load in less than 10 seconds, and they typically can go 30,000 hours or more between major overhauls.
Preventive maintenance for diesel engine generators plays a critical role in maximizing reliability, minimizing repairs and reducing long term costs.
By following generally recognized diesel maintenance procedures and specific manufacturer recommendations for your application, you’ll be assured that your standby power system will start and run when you need it most.
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