Parts required to make a generator work correctly that have failed and been replaced with new or better parts; Power Conti. Every generator requires generator maintenance because of the wear and tear of consumables. Inside every generator there is an engine with an alternator mounted on a frame with a fuel tank is called a generator as it generates useable electrical power. Used as emergency power and auxiliary power in the event of a power loss, installed as a permanent power protection system for business continuity. Although fully automatic critical power systems which turn on if power if lost for true power continuity systems they still have parts that need replacing before you loose business continuity or your UPS power systems fail. That includes all generators including Generators running on natural gas and LPG bottled gas. Let PowerContinuity Systems offer you alternative energy systems as well as diesel power standby emergency generators for continuous power without any breaks providing complete power protection in the event of power failure. Call now for a free site survey and use Gas power for your critical power protection systems.