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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Oct 27
2014

How Does a Typical Generator Standby System Work?

By: Patti Dinneen

The typical basic standby generator set up is quite simple, despite what you might believe. The muscle—the engine and alternator that work to generate the electricity—sit outside, in a weather-shielded, sound proofed box anchored to a con... Read Article


Oct 20
2014

What Size Rental Generator Do I Need?

By: Patti Dinneen

Typically, commercial generators supply power for manufacturing, retail and other applications during periods when the power from the local electric utility is interrupted. Power interruptions occur during unplanned outages and when the utility has a... Read Article


Oct 14
2014

What Kind of Facilities Use CHP?

By: Patti Dinneen

In case you didn't know, cogeneration (combined heat and power) is a system of commercially available technologies that work to decrease the total fuel consumption and related GHG emissions by generating both electricity and useful heat from the ... Read Article


Oct 06
2014

What Kind of Fuel Does A Rental Generator Use?

By: Patti Dinneen

Kinsley has a long storied history of providing efficient and powerful diesel generators. Our rental generators are diesel powered. All units have an on-board fuel tank that runs for approximately 24 hours. Diesel Generator Uses Diesel power... Read Article


Oct 02
2014

Free Home Estimate

By: The Advisor

Posted in: News

Follow this link to fill out this form for a Free Home Estimate Read Article