At Dale Power Solutions, we know how important it is for generator installation and commissioning to go smoothly. With more than 80 years of experience in the industry, our expert engineers are on hand 24/7 and are fully equipped to install and commission equipment from almost any OEM.
Why Choose Dale Power?
- All generator makes and models are covered
- Certified expert staff
- National and global reach
- Next day and same day response, 365 days a year
- Professionally serviced and maintained in accordance with industry best practice
Generator Installation & Comissioning Services
For a generator to have a long working lifecycle, it is necessary that the installation is carried out correctly. Generators are composed of technical electrical components and reply upon a certified engineer to ensure that they are functioning to the manufacturer’s standards. If the generator is not installed by a qualified engineer, you risk voiding the manufacturer's guarantee.
We provide a high-quality service all year round, commissioning generators worldwide. Our experienced engineers are on hand to help with your generator commissioning, making the whole process as pain-free as possible. No matter where your site is located, our expert team are on call 24/7 throughout the year ready to commission your generator to your requirements.
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What should be considered during the installation of a generator?
Proper attention to mechanical and electrical engineering details will assure a satisfactory power system installation. Factors to be considered in the installation of a generator are:
- Access and maintenance location
- Floor loading
- Vibration transmitted to building and equipment
- Engine exhausts piping and insulation
- Noise reduction
- Method of engine cooling
- Size and location fuel tank
- Local, national and insurance regulations
- Smoke and emissions requirements
What is generator commissioning?
Commissioning generally means booting up the generator system, which needs to be tested to make sure that it works as it was designed too. Generators feature complex mechanics and there are certain components that have to be checked prior to the boot-up in order for the system to be ready for commissioning. Once all components have been verified, typically the boot-up should run smoothly and will not require additional trips.
Why do I need my generator commissioning?
A generator is a very large piece of technical equipment that features many complex components, each of which could face inefficiencies due to a number of reasons. Generator commissioning will ensure that each and every component works as it should, achieving a successful generator installation without the need for an additional trip.
What does generator commissioning involve?
Once the generator has been installed successfully, it will require further attention before the system will operate as intended. ‘Commissioning’ refers to the tests that are carried out to ensure that the generator works as intended. Certain components need to be completed before the generator is ready for commissioning. Upon completion, each component needs to be verified to ensure the generator is fully operational to achieve optimum performance.