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Commercial Generator Installation Services in Ocala, FL

Never Lose Business Productivity During a Blackout

It’s important to be ready if a power outage occurs at your business. Mr. Electric of Ocala provides professional commercial generator installation services in Ocala, FL. Losing productivity is a serious challenge for a business, so it’s essential to ensure you have power at all times. Our commercial generator installation services ensure you don’t have productivity gaps due to power loss. Get an estimate today on our commercial generator installation services.

Commercial Generator Installation Services in Ocala, FL

Never Lose Business Productivity During a Blackout

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  • A power generator is an important tool that offers backup electricity during a power outage. Power generators convert supply fuel in the form of gasoline, natural gas, or diesel into mechanical energy and then into electrical power. A generator offers a seamless transition when your electrical supply fails. You may not even notice you have a power outage. Some of the most important ways power generators are helpful include the following:

    • When you have a power outage, a generator ensures your comfort and electricity by switching on automatically.
    • You will have continued electricity during a power outage, ensuring all mechanical and necessary equipment stays in operation.
    • A generator helps protect computer data and allows security systems to keep working.
    • A generator supplies an uninterrupted power supply during power outages to keep your devices operating.
  • Mr. Electric of Ocala offers portable and standby generators for your company. Reach out to us about the following generator types:

    • Portable Generators – A portable generator is a simple, cost-effective option for a power generator. Portable generators easily connect to appliances or can be wired into a subpanel. This type of generator only supplies power to essential devices, including high-powered appliances, lighting, and computers. Portable power generators offer a limited supply of electricity that will power two to four outlets. It’s vital to keep these generators in an open area to avoid the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
    • Standby Generators – A standby generator is permanently installed outdoors. A power generator automatically starts during a power outage or brownout. This type of generator is powered by natural gas or propane. The standby generator will operate any device in your building without worry of power failure. Standby generators require a subpanel, switch, and hardwiring by experienced professionals.
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Common Power Generator Issues

While power generators are a company lifesaver during a power outage, they are not immune to problems. The best way to help prevent power generator issues is to get routine maintenance. Some of the most common power generator issues we address include the following:

  • Battery Failure – Battery failure is the most common problem with power generators due to sulfate building up in the terminals. You may also experience shorts, charger failure, tripped charger breakers, open cells, or loose components.
  • Low Coolant – If you have an internal or external coolant leak or a clogged radiator, your power generator may run too hot and shut down.
  • Faulty Block Heater – Block heaters frequently run, so they may produce a low coolant temp alarm and become faulty.
  • Wet Stacking – Excessive no-load run time can sometimes result in an over-fueled engine that gets damaged from the accumulation of carbon particles, unburned fuel, and condensed water, oil, and acids in the exhaust.
  • Controls Not in “Auto” – When a power generator is correctly shut off, it serves as the main control switch. This may happen during emergency shutdown, due to human error, open breakers, or improperly reset alarms or switchgear.
  • Air in Fuel System – If your generator doesn’t always run, air can enter the fuel lines and prevent the injectors from running. It’s important to perform weekly generator inspections.
  • Out of Fuel – Generators automatically shut down when the fuel level dips too low to ensure it won’t draw in air.
  • Tripped Breaker – If the emergency shut-off is engaged, it may trip the breaker. Check the automatic transfer switch status if the emergency shut-off is not engaged. Never try to operate the switch yourself, as it may result in severe injury or death.
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