Your emergency generator!
Your generator needs regular servicing to maintain it for those
critical times when there is a power interruption. Our
factory-trained service technicians will keep your system in peak
condition under a maintenance contract so you don't have to
worry about it.
During our regular maintenance calls, we:
- Inspect and test the batteries
- Check and top-up the lube oil, if necessary
- Run the engine to ensure it is in peak condition
- Inspect all the service parts and maintain a supply of original
equipment and factory-authorised service and replacement parts
- Provide a comprehensive maintenance report with our
professional maintenance guidelines
Our service plan can include standby and emergency service,
diagnostic service, lube oil and filter change, radiator coolant
checkand change, engine oil testing and resistive load bank
We can also provide standby generators for annual Load Bank
testing and inspecting.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements and for details
of our standard Annual/bi-annual servicing of your engine using our
56 point checklist and service guidelines; ensuring your
equipment is ready should it be needed in an emergency.
Lube Oil Change
Every engine manufacturer recommends a lube oil change every
hours. We dispose of the waste oil at no cost to you, under
We use only manufacturer-approved lube oil and genuine service
parts for all of our servicing needs.
Load bank testing
All engine manufacturers recommend regular testing under load to
engine performing well. We use our own load banks to test your
set at its rated load. This removes built-up carbon, prevents
build-up of acids in
the lube oil, and build-up of detrimental carbon particles in the
and help maintenance of the piston ring seals. Your engine will run
efficiently, and you are assured you are doing everything necessary
an inconvenient power outage from becoming a disaster.
All of your generator and critical systems maintenance and
repair in one set of hands, one invoice, one payment.
We provide standard and customised service plans to fit your
needs and budget that include:
- Preventative maintenance
- One time inspection and servicing
- Generator set servicing
- Predictive maintenance
- Emergency replacement equipment
- Emergency and critical service response available
- Stand-by system support for your annual shut-down
- Full load functional testing with resistive load banks (to
1000KW) with our own equipment.
Our factory trained service technicians keep your critical
systems in operation.
Rental generators from 20KVA to 1000KVA on as little as 4 hours
We can provide stand-by system support for your annual Load Bank
testing, inspection and shut-down exercises as well as electrical
systems maintenance and service by certified professionals.
We are also able to provide Professional Engineer endorsement
for our testing services.
Managing the maintenance of your critical infrastructure means
knowing how to keep it from breaking down. Regular and critical
scheduled maintenance of major components like the engine and
alternator will keep the lights on and prevent a problem from
becoming an expensive emergency.
Overhauls and rebuilds are much less costly than purchasing new
equipment, and by scheduling these services in advance, and
propositioning replacement equipment during major work, your
installation remains fully ready to prevent a power outage from
becoming an emergency.
Our managers and technicians are fully aware of the importance
of your equipment and are prepared with training, experience and
equipment to assure your stand-by generators are always ready and
We maintain a comprehensive stock of service Parts and are
therefore able to service generators of nearly any make, model or
Why test your generator to full capacity?
Engine manufacturers all recommend running your engine at a
partial load on a regular basis to prevent carbon fouling (build-up
of carbon on cylinder heads, pistons and valves) and wet stacking
(unburned diesel fuel accumulation in
the cylinder) which rob power from your generator and reduce the
lifespan of the engine. Running the engine at idle and without a
load are the causes of these maintenance faults.