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What Is the Right Commercial Generator For My Business?




What Is the Right Commercial Generator For My Business?

Posted on:06 Feb, 2024 / Posted In: Generac

When it comes to ensuring the smooth running of your business, a reliable power source is not just essential—it’s imperative. Power disruptions can lead to lost time and revenue, and in certain sectors, even pose health risks. This is where a commercial generator steps in, providing your business with an uninterrupted power supply, irrespective of outside conditions. At Generator Technologies Inc., we are committed to helping you select the right product for your needs. With over 20 years of experience, we provide quality solutions for recurring power outages, offering a comprehensive service from installation to maintenance. Let us help you choose the right commercial generator for your business. 

Determine Your Voltage Needs

The first step towards choosing the ideal commercial generator is determining your facility’s voltage needs. This largely depends on the type of operations your business handles. There are several voltage categories available, but the two primary considerations are single-phase and three-phase generators.

Single-Phase Generators

Single-phase generators produce a maximum of 240 volts of power and are typically ideal for small and/or home-based businesses. These generators are most commonly used for smaller-scale operations, such as powering electronics. However, they may not be suitable for larger-scale operations that require complex machinery.

Three-Phase Generators

For large-scale operations, such as major manufacturing companies, three-phase generators are the preferred choice. These generators are designed to handle more complex machinery and higher power demand. It’s worth noting that the installation of these larger facilities generally requires a well-thought-out engineering plan and professional supervision to ensure compliance with National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements.

Consider the Fuel Source

Another crucial factor to consider when choosing a commercial generator is the fuel source. Natural gas and propane are the top contenders for commercial power needs. Natural gas is often the more cost-effective option, however, propane, renowned for its long shelf-life and clean-burning properties, is also a popular choice.

Rely on the Experts

After considering your voltage needs and preferred fuel source, it’s time to turn to the experts for a final assessment. Our team at Generator Technologies Inc. offers a free evaluation that includes a power usage analysis, cost estimate for a new generator, and recommendations of any new cost-saving equipment or systems. We offer some of the best quality generators on the market, and we can help you determine which model would best suit your business’s energy needs.

Our comprehensive service does not end with the installation. We provide regular preventative maintenance and full electrical service, ensuring your generator works optimally at all times. We are ready for your project, no matter how big or small.

Call Today to Learn More About Our Products

Choosing the right commercial generator for your business is a crucial decision that requires careful consideration of several factors. With the right generator, you can safeguard your business from potential power outages and ensure smooth operations. Trust in Generator Technologies Inc., where our expertise is your advantage. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation in-home estimate. Take charge now and minimize the effects of power outages on your business.

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