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Join us for Generac's monthly interactive webinars! These informative 30-minute webinars answer the technical questions you need answers to and are a preview of the Professional Development Seminar Series courses offered by Generac. They also cover trends in the market, new useful tools that will help you be successful, and can be accessed online or on any mobile device.
There are many elements that need to be considered when writing specifications for engine generator sets. Join us for a 30 minute webinar where you’ll learn in depth about these elements necessary to put together a comprehensive specification. We will define the scope of the applications along with relevant NEC and NFPA considerations.
Generac is the single source supplier for all your industrial power generation needs. Companies have been relying on Generac power for over half of a century. The standby and prime power solutions are designed, sourced and built from the ground up, creating exactly the backup power you need no matter what the job calls for.For more information on industrial power, contact South Shore Generator in Wareham, MA.
Massachusetts business owners need to be proactive in addressing their over-reliance on public utilities. With the certainty of winter power outages, strategies must be put in-place that guarantee business continuity. An important thing to remember is that backup power provides guaranteed that businesses remain up and running. Backup generators address common and costly winter storm related power outages that can comporomise business profitability and security. Two of of most common reasons for backup generators are:
Power outages are frequent and can occur suddenly during the fall and winter. Whether these outages are scheduled or not, outages are always costly when there is no contingency plan in-place. Companies can purchase generators as an alternate and backup source of power to run office equipment and other important systems during downtime.
Winter storms, hurricanes, and other severe weather events can often result in damaged and downed power lines. However, with backup portable generators businesses can resume operations immediately. This way business disruption and loss is limited, and often prevented entirely.
To find out more about generators for emergency power, contact South Shore Generator in Wareham.
Unexpected power outages in manufacturing facilities cause production delays, product damage, and data loss. This is where emergency portable generators come into play. Proper contingency planning can allow for a generator of the correct size and output to immediately supply enough power to keep operations running until electricity is restored. Having a portable commercial generator in-place allows manufacturing to continue and business to weather the storm.
Portable emergency generators are a smart and cost-effective choice to address unexpected outages. Reliable back-up power keeps equipment and servers running during power loss, allowing you to meet deadlines regardless of weather. Choosing the right generator is a must. Consideration of power needs, equipment to be served, and manufacturing schedules is essential. Generators are sized according to the number of watts delivered. Therefore, buying from a reputable company that can help business operators choose the right equipment is also a necessary part of the contingency plan.
Businesses that suffer from power loss during a storm and do not have a reliable contingency plan in-place will suffer more from production delays and data loss. Both delay and loss can very seriously impact the bottom line by year-end. These negative consequences can often be significantly more costly than investing in a backup power contingency plan.
For more information on portable commercial generators for contingency planning, contact South Shore Generator.
Winter is fast approaching in Massachusetts, and this means snow and storms are on the way. Although many personally enjoy the snow, winter weather can be a challenge for business owners. Storms, wind, ice, and accidents can cause serious and often long-term power outages. The measurable loss of business productivity will vary from business to business, industry to industry, but one thing remains consistent no matter how small or large the business: every business without power will suffer revenue loss or worse. Backup portable generators deliver a safe and immediate response for maintaining business profitability.
Without emergency power contingency plans, businesses are subject to the response timeline of utility providers. Being unprepared in an emergency outage will result in the loss of data, perishable products, productivity, and possibly customers. All of these issues can be prevented by ensuring that portable generators are installed and ready-to-go at a moment's notice. To find out more about backup portable generators for contingency planning, contact South Shore Generator in Wareham.
Backup portable generators are an essential element of Boston-area businesses primary and back-up power generation plans. Backup generators are an economical solution for Boston business owners to ensure continuity of operations during storm related power outages. For years, business owners have discovered a very high ROI when they have purchased power solutions to keep business operations up and running.
Business owners increasingly purchase portable generators to address both strategic and sudden power generation needs. Backup power generation offers an ideal solution for short-term needs for construction sites, power outages, substitute power sources for scheduled plant maintenance, and countless other power production needs.
Back up commercial generators serve business power support needs as well as contingency management planning and execution. Smart generator support by proven power professionals will make a direct impact on improved profitability. Contact South Shore Generator for more information.
Portable generators are routinely incorporated into business operations for a host of reasons. As you might expect, business contingency planning is one of the leading reasons. Businesses that suffer from a power outage without a backup power plan suffer cascading consequences that are often significantly more costly than investing in a backup commercial generator.
Power outages are inevitable in every season in Massachusetts. And, everytime they occur it seems it is at the worst possible time. The weekend storm that takes down the grid can take hours or days to repair. Predictably, most business owners are then frantically trying to compete with the high demand to rent a generator, or two! If your business is without power your business is also with the ability to sustain operations.
Whether you need contingency power generation to sustain an entire plant, or merely a security, HVAC, lighting, computers, and other equipment, South Shore Generator has the solution. For more information regarding portable commercial generators, contact us.
The PSS8 with Solar Charger was built to work in prime applications. The solar charger will automatically charge your battery to help a proper start of the generator. Many of our customers are relying on this unit in harsh and remote applications, where box store generators just don’t cut it.
Premium grade Vanguard engines are application-engineered to power equipment that works for a living
Features a factory installed 12V solar charger.
One L14-20 20 Amp and one 5-20 20 Amp duplex receptacles are factory installed with weather-proof enclosures.
Three cooling intakes provide exceptional air flow and reduced heatsoak.
Provides detailed operating and diagnostic information through its digital display.
Providing clear and instant identification of a tripped circuit with a Visi-Trip indicator.
Industrial galvanealed steel housing with powder-coat paint to withstand the elements.
You won’t find statistical sampling here. We load test every generator before it leaves our facility.
For more information, contact South Shore Generator in Wareham, MA.