Prep for Winter with Emergency Power Generators

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Thursday, September 08, 2016)

Power Generators are a Necessity for Winter

Winter is a force of nature to be dealt with and readied for. All over the country, people are taking this mild Fall time to ready their homes and businesses for winter. 

Electrical storms will cause power outages.  Frozen pipes will affect many with no water, or damage to the building structure.  Non-working furnaces will make everyone uncomfortable. 
Now is the time to initiate proactive measures to maintain your business during the long winter months ahead. 



Why Healthcare Facilities Should Have Generators

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Monday, September 05, 2016)

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Obviously, the main priority for health care professionals is to keep their patients safe and promote health. What happens if there is a power outage? All measures should be taken to keep patients in the best health. All health care professionals should take the necessary precautions by having a back up generator to use if necessary. Not only are people’s lives at risk but also critical communication is compromised and key data can be lost.

Hurricane Sandy revealed that most healthcare facilities were not well equipped for a disaster. Health and Human Services note in their “Hospital Emergency Preparedness & Response During Superstorm Sandy” report,




Power Generator Installation & Safety Tips

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Thursday, September 01, 2016)

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Proper installation of your generator is critical in order to avoid a fire, damage to electrical equipment, injury, and death.

Poisoning from carbon monoxide due to un-ventilated exhaust is possible.  A CO detector can tell you when a carbon monoxide leak is present.  This should be tested monthly.  Generators should never be installed indoors or outdoors near windows or intake vents.  Keep plenty of space open around the generator for air flow.

Make sure the generator is properly grounded.  The generator should be kept dry.  Wet conditions can cause a short circuit and subsequent fire.



Emergency Power Generators Essential for Schools

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Wednesday, August 31, 2016)

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A power outage had hundreds of young children camping out at their school for hours not too long ago.  The power outage which began at about 6:30 a.m. to greet the youngsters as they arrived at school, bypassed estimates of officials of a couple of hours, lasting into the afternoon.

The lights were off, the systems were down, and the restrooms were inoperable.  Flashlights and lanterns were donned by school officials to keep the classrooms in a teaching mode, while children delighted at the “camp out”. 



A Rental Generator Can Save Your Business

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Thursday, August 25, 2016)

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When you need a source of power during a power outage, or during a special event, you have a plethora of options. You can plan ahead for such a situation to occur and do one of three things:




AC & DC Generators - What's the Difference?

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Friday, August 19, 2016)

AC and DC Generators

AC and DC generators generate electric current through electromagnetic induction. Electromagnetic induction occurs when an electric current passes through a shifting magnetic field, which allows mechanical energy to be converted into electrical energy.

One of the key differences between an AC and DC generator is that in the former, the electrical current reverses direction occasionally, while in the latter, electric current flows progressively in one direction. Below are several other differences.




Temporary Power for Construction Sites - Success Criteria

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Saturday, August 13, 2016)

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There are many factors to consider when selecting a temporary power provider for your construction site. Here you will learn two major aspects you must start to consider.

Industry Experience & Expertise

There are many steps involved when installing a temporary power system.  These steps include coordinating with local utility companies, securing electrical and encroachment permits from cities and counties, scheduling inspections, system engineering, installation and removal of equipment, and many more unforeseen challenges.   



7 Safety Tips For Using A Generator During A Power Outage

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Monday, August 08, 2016)

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No matter where you live, a power outage can be inconvenient, costly and sometimes even dangerous.
According to a recent survey, nearly 70% of adults who experience a power outage are left with costs and expenses such as having to purchase flashlights, portable generators, and candles. Many will have to deal with property damage and spoiled food, while some homes may be uninhabitable in extreme weather.

There are some measures you can take to prevent a power outage from happening, such as maintaining the trees in your own yard. However, you can’t control what happens on your block, so your best bet is to have some sort of back up generator.
A portable generator will allow you to keep your personal electronics charged for emergency situations. 



Temporary Power Poles or Rental Generator – How to Decide

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Monday, July 11, 2016)

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Temporary Power Poles or Rental Generator is a decision that comes up often when starting a new construction project. Determining which method of temporary power would be most cost effective is not always obvious, and managers occasionally struggle making that decision.

Some managers are more comfortable and experienced with temporary power poles and other times they weighed toward rental generators without considering all the costs associated with each option.



How a Backup Generator Can Benefit your Business

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Thursday, June 23, 2016)

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

An outage of power can occur due to weather, natural disaster or faulty equipment.  Every business should develop and practice a business continuation plan.  A critical element of being prepared for a disaster or power outage is having a backup commercial generator.

A generator can pay for itself many times over, if installed and operated correctly.  The safe operation of a generator and proper ventilation will prevent injury.  Purchase or rent a generator that is designed to accommodate the needs of your business.  Make sure there is a regular maintenance program that is followed.

In order to determine what size or type of generator you will need:






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