• Posts Tagged ‘specification aid’

    Key Components of a Mission-Critical Facility – Battery Chargers

    by  • August 24, 2017 • General, Tools, Tutorials • 0 Comments

    Battery Charger

    If you have experience with emergency generators for backup power, you may be aware that a “no-start” failure is one of the most common reasons for generator system failures. While “no-start” failures are often attributed to failed batteries, the battery charger is sometimes the silent culprit. This article looks at battery charger technologies, and some features that can increase the reliability of your emergency generator system.

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    Key Components of a Mission-Critical Facility – Fuel Transfer Pumps

    by  • August 30, 2016 • General, Tools, Tutorials • 0 Comments

    PumpSet Piping

    There are several topics that should be considered before selecting and specifying a diesel fuel transfer pump. The basic points are sufficient flow rate, electrical power requirements, and suitable environmental protection. But what about system pressure regulation, control requirements, alarm monitoring and failure detection? Read on for a step-by-step on how to properly select and specify a fuel transfer pump.

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    Two Easy Steps to Improve Your Emergency Generator Designs

    by  • November 13, 2015 • Code Compliance, FAQ's, General, Tools • 0 Comments

    Keeping up with emergency generators and their ever-changing engine technologies can be quite daunting. Add all of the ancillary systems and code requirements, and a seemingly simple project can quickly take a life of its own. The good news is that you do not have to go at it alone! Here are two simple steps that can help you move quickly from concept to construction drawings.

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    The 5 Items You’ll Need to Specify a Remote Radiator for a Generator

    by  • July 22, 2015 • FAQ's, General, Tutorials • 4 Comments

    GT Covrad Remote Radiator

    Engine-driven radiators are fine for most installations but, whether due to insufficient space or a lack of proper ventilation in the engine room, a remote cooling system may be required for your project. This article will assist you in understanding remote cooling packages, and will outline the information required to specify a reliable system.

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