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How to store a generator?

Learn how to properly store your generator for long-term use. Our guide covers tips for fuel, oil, and maintenance to ensure your generator stays in top condition.

Power of diesel generator drop

Discover the power of diesel generators and how they can provide reliable energy during power drops. Learn about their benefits and potential drawbacks.

Generator operation skills: How do Generators create Electricity?

Generator operation skills are among the most important skills for generator operators. They must be able to troubleshoot problems, maintain and service the generator, and perform all required safety procedures. They also need excellent communication skills, as they must be able to explain the necessary steps to their customers. In this blog, we will provide an overview of the key skills a generator operator needs.

Generator running without load: What You Need to Know?

Generator no-load operation refers to a situation where the generator needs to generate electricity when it is running without power, but there is no need for backup power. In this case, the generator is not connected to any load or electrical equipment or electrical instruments that will use its power.

How Many DB Is A Quiet Generator?

The acceptable noise level of a quiet portable generator may vary depending on the location and the intended use of the generator. In general, a Quiet generator produces a noise level of 70 dB or less and is considered to be relatively quiet

What kind of Oil Does a Generator Use

Generator engine oil is a vital component in the proper functioning of a generator. It serves several important functions, including lubricating the engine and reducing wear and tear, cooling the engine, and helping to seal the engine’s pistons.

What is the difference between KW and KVA?

The amount of ‘real power’ in an electrical system is measured in kW. This demonstrates how much power is turned into useful, working output.KVA, on the other hand, is a unit of measurement for ‘apparent’ power.

Why are generators not 100% efficient?

The efficiencies of the generators are not 100% because part of the energy is lost as heat during the generation process. This is due to the inherent inefficiency of the mechanisms used to convert one form of energy into another. Also, some energy is lost as a result of mechanical losses due to friction and wear of the moving parts within the generator.

How to make generators safe for electronics?

Generators can be a useful tool for providing backup power in the event of a power outage, but it is important to use them safely to avoid electrical hazards. Generators produce electricity and generator testing should be treated with the same caution as the power grid.