How to Stop Your Emergency Generator Dead in its Tracks

How to Stop Your Emergency Generator Dead in its Tracks

To make sure your backup power supply operates when you need it most, don’t neglect the diesel fuel supply.

Do you own, operate, or maintain diesel emergency or standby generators? As an electrical professional, your focus is most likely on all of the electrical aspects of the system. But if your generator’s fuel system is not given the same attention as the critical electrical components, it’s not likely to start when you most need it. Proper maintenance of the diesel fuel in the storage tank should be a critical component of your generator preventive maintenance plan.

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