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Switchgear Testing: Why Should It Be Performed On a System?

Every component in your emergency or backup unit serves a very specific purpose in regards to electrical generation. Switchgear is any electrical disconnect used to isolate parts, de-energize gear, and clear current faults. A combination of fuses and breakers are used for this process in a home; however, larger power sources rely on breakers along […]

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Emergency Power Services Enhance Backup System Dependability

If you rely on an emergency backup system, assuming commissioning as being unnecessary may be a very big mistake. Power sources whether main or secondary contain mechanical parts that can fail due to design inconsistencies, improper installation, manufacturer defects, and limited operation. Professional services ensure each internal component along with the unit as a whole […]

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Understanding the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70e Compliance Guide

As with any professional line of work, power service providers have their own compliance guide to follow. These standards apply during installation, testing, and maintenance of backup electrical equipment as well as conductor connections. The National Fire Protection Association regulates electrical safety in various workplace scenarios. Guides have been created to protect workers in different […]

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Turnkey Emergency Power Systems and GTI Altronics’s Bi-Fuel System

Emergency power solution providers offer two types of turnkey systems: emergency power systems and aftermarket technology systems, such as fuel systems that extend the run-time of diesel generators. In this entry, we look at the basic advantages of turnkey emergency power solutions, and the specific advantages of implementing GTI Altronics’s aftermarket Bi-Fuel system for diesel […]

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May 17th Complete Guide to Code Compliant EPSS Documentation

  May 17th – Complete Guide to Code Compliant EPSS Documentation Learn How to Prepare & Maintain Proper Documentation for Your Emergency Power System Prime Power Services DATE: May 17th, 2011 (Tuesday)  TIME: Session 1:  10:00 am – 12:00 pm LOCATION: 8225 Troon Circle Austell, GA  30168 Take Riverside Pkwy. -  Exit 46/A off I-20 […]

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March 29th Generator 101 and NFPA 110 Guidelines

Emergency and Standby Power Systems Prime Power Services DATE: March 29th, 2011 (Tuesday) TIME: Session 1: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Session 2: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm LOCATION: 8225 Troon Circle Austell, GA 30168 Take Riverside Pkwy. – Exit 46/A CONTACT: Norene Quinn @ 404-941-4341 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 404-941-4341 end_of_the_skype_highlighting primepower@amsatlanta.com   Click Below To Register […]

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