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  • Project Management Generator Installation
    Project Management Generator Installation is part of Power Continuity. Power Continuity project teams carry out site surveys in coordination with the site representatives to offer a workable final design solution. Power Continuity project managers are supported by our ‘in house’ team of certified, trained and highly...
  • How to keep MICE out of generators
    How to keep MICE out of generators is imperative as MICE will nest and live, and breed inside any generator canopy of generator container. Generators are warm in the winter, cool in the summer MICE will damage your investment and can nibble through control cables...
  • How to keep RATS out of generators
    How to keep RATs out of generators is imperative as RATS will nest and live inside any generator canopy of generator container. Generators are warm in the winter, cool in the summer RATS will damage your investment and can eat through control cables that will...
  • Diesel Generator Fuel Injectors – Why Replace the Injectors?
    There are a multitude of generator fuel additives on the market that can help to keep the fuel injectors clean, and thereby prevent or at least slow down the clogging or complete fuel blockage due to debris build-up. However, no amount of additive will help...
  • Diesel Generator Low Oil Pressure Warning
    Is your diesel generator reporting low oil pressure, either by means of a warning light or a message on the controller display? Or have you noticed symptoms of low oil pressure, including a recent increase in generator noise (insufficient oil to lubricate the moving components)...
  • Diesel Generator Low Oil Pressure Symptoms
    A fall in your diesel generator’s oil pressure can lead to serious damage if not detected and resolved quickly. This problem may be picked up by your service engineer during one of his regular maintenance visits, but regular intermediate checks by site personnel can greatly...
  • Diesel Generator Low Oil Pressure – What Damage Can It Cause?
    Oil is one of the cheapest components of a generator – but also one of the most important. It is the lifeblood of the engine, cooling and lubricating the internal moving components and keeping everything running smoothly. When the quantity of oil in the system...
  • Generator battery failure – Why?
    Generator Battery failure does happen. No Battery = No Start !! Power Continuity explains how this can be avoided, with careful planned Generator maintenance and by following these simple steps. 1/ Operational Temperature The optimum battery performance is achieved if the battery operational ambient temperature...
  • Generator Maintenance Daily Checks
    It is important to read all the instructions contained in the manual, together with those contained in the engine and alternator manuals. These instructions will ensure that the generating set you have purchased will give you satisfactory operation for a long time. 1. Check the water...
  • Prime Power Generators- Daily check list
    Prime Power Generators are used as your main source of electrical power when there is NO mains Grid power supply available Always keep a spare battery charged to swap should the generator not be run for days as battery will go FLAT.   If battery...
  • Diesel Generator Fuel Injectors – Servicing
    Diesel Generator Fuel Injectors Servicing is often overlooked. Mainly because of the time and effort required to remove, examine and maintain the fuel injectors in a diesel generator, it’s all too easy to overlook these vital components when carrying out a service. Or it could...
  • Diesel Generator Fuel Injectors – Problems?
    Diesel generator fuel injectors need two vital ingredients – clean diesel fuel and oxygen - supplied without interruption to the engine in the correct ratio. Fuel injectors play a fundamental role in this process, receiving diesel from the fuel injection pump, then atomising the diesel...
  • Diesel generator cranks but won’t start
    Diesel generator cranks but wont start. Try again and it still cranks strongly but won’t start. Check the following:- Is the engine warm to the touch? If the answer is YES , then the block heater is working. Is the exhaust not blocked? If NO...
  • Smell UPS Batteries–Rotten Eggs?
      UPS Batteries smell of rotten eggs- explained:- Smell of rotten eggs When old UPS batteries begin to fail , they can leak and give off a rotten egg smell. The gas emitting from a failing battery is colourless, poisonous if inhaled and flammable. The...
  • G99 – NEW REGULATIONS IN THE UK
    G99 NEW REGULATIONS COVERING THE FOLLOWING DIFFERENT POWER GENERATOR TYPES IN THE UK Type A Generators (Generators up to 1MW) Type A generation systems will be very similar in design and application to the general requirements defined in G59, although some of these requirements have...