A commercial generator is an important part of the planning process for businesses of every size and can greatly reduce business disruption when power is interrupted. In certain places of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware – power outages are a normal occurrence. More importantly, as our regions power grids grow, their infrastructure are unable to handle the demand. Freak storms and changing weather patterns add more uncertainly to continuous power. For business that depend on a continuous stream of power, a generator can solve that issue. Commercial generators automatically switch on when the utility goes down and can run for days and weeks. If your business is power dependent – restaurants, banquet halls, medical facility, food processing, data centers, etc. please contact us for a free estimate on a commercial generator.
4B Systems sells, installs and maintains your generator. We have installed 100’s of commercial generators in the region. We are certified work on commercial properties and have specialists to deal with permitting, plumbing and every aspect of your installation. We will also help you determine your exact electrical specification needs to insure proper sizing of your commercial generator. We work with generators from 20kW to 150kW and larger for industrial purposes.
Before purchasing an electrical power generator, consider what electrical equipment that must be operable when normal power is interrupted. Other considerations include:
- How often does the business lose power and for how long?
- What are the most likely sources of power outages?
- What are the potential losses that can occur from a short and long term outage?
A standby generator, in contrast, is a back-up electrical system that is permanently installed and may operate automatically through the use of a transfer switch, which senses a power loss, commands the generator to start, and then transfers the selected electrical load to the generator.