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How commercial industrial portable generators work

Read how commercial and industrial portable generators work to keep you powered wherever you are, and whatever the circumstances.


What you should know before renting an industrial generator

Follow these expert tips to ensure you find the best and most cost-effective industrial generator for your construction project.


5 industries that should always have emergency power

Is electricity essential for your business operations? Here are 5 industries that need emergency power generators no matter what.


Three Things Your Power Solutions Company Should Provide

Find out how to select the right company to provide your site with power and keep your project running smoothly, from beginning to end.


Pitfalls to Avoid When Setting Up Temporary Power

When setting up temporary power for construction sites, certain mistakes can cause serious problems. Find out what to avoid doing.


Generator rental agreements: what you need to know

Because job sites are so reliant on power you want to be sure you understand the ins and outs of your generator rental agreement.


Ask these four questions before you rent a generator

Knowing what to ask before renting a generator will save you a lot of fuss when time is of the essence. Here are tips from the experts!


Generator Rental Agreements: Here's What You Need to Know

Not sure about the fine print in a generator rental agreement? Read more for our top tips from the experts.


How an Industrial Backup Generator Can Benefit Your Business

An important part of any preparedness plan for businesses is the generator. A large power generator can decrease business interruption during a power outage.


Portable Fold-Out Shelter: The Future of Disaster Response

FOLTS (Fold Out Rigid Temporary Shelters) unfold like pieces of paper into pop-up buildings, and can be used as emergency command centers, medical treatment facilities and even temporary housing.

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