Industry We Serve

  • Corporate House
  • IT/BPO
  • Manufacturing Unit
  • Educational Campus
  • Hospitals
  • Airport
  • Residential Township
  • Restaurants
  • Automobile
  • Telecom
  • Finance
  • Banking
  • Malls/Multiplexes

Diesel Generator Refilling

There are three general reasons why home owners and businesses choose to purchase generator sets:

  • No mains electricity is available
  • There is insufficient power from the mains supply to meet requirements
  • To protect against the possibility of periodic or sustained loss of mains power, which can cause¬† economic loss, loss of power, loss of lighting, loss of life support equipment, loss of production, loss of data storage and loss of products, livestock or even human life.

Our Services in Diesel Generator set maintenance include:

  • General inspection
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Lubrication service
  • Cooling system service
  • Fuel system service
  • Servicing and testing starting batteries
  • Regular engine exercise
 

Services

  • House Keeping
  • Facade and Glass Cleaning
  • Pest Control Services
  • Training
  • Food & Beverage Services
  • Maintenance
  • Contract Staffing
 
  • Using the diesel generator set for continuous duty (prime power)
  • Care during Extreme ambient temperatures
  • Service air cleaner, check for restrictions and contaminants.
  • Check coolant concentration and level- adjust to 50/50 mix.
  • Inspect cooling system hoses for cracks and distortions, tighten clamps.
  • Inspect radiator for restrictions and corrosion, check block heater.
  • Check for coolant, fuel and oil leaks, tighten connections as necessary.
  • Check belts and pulleys for cracks and wear, adjust as necessary.
  • Inspect and clean crankcase breather- check for excessive pressure.
  • Inspect governor and injection pump for leaks and proper operation.
  • Check turbo charger for proper clearance and freedom of movement.
  • Inspect ignition system (pts, rotor, plugs etc. for gaseous engines).
  • Check air intakes and outlets for contaminants, airflow and restrictions.
  • Check fuel tank for contaminants and condensation.
  • Check hoses, piping and connections- check for chafing and restrictions.
  • Inspect silencer, remove debris and build-up.
  • Drain exhaust line trap.
  • Inspect hangars, anchors and supports for exhaust system.
  • Inspect exhaust for cracks and leaks.
  • Check battery charge operation and charge rate- adjust as necessary.
  • Load test battery- Clean terminals and apply protector
  • Check cables and ends.
  • Visually inspect generator end for signs of heat and wear- check brushes and bearings.
  • Visually inspect controls and breakers for signs of heat and wear.
  • Check mounting bolts/anchors for tightness and stability.
  • Test run generator. Check all gauges for proper operation.
  • Check for proper frequency and voltage- adjust as necessary.
  • Check engine alternator charge rate.
  • Check for vibration, leakage and noise.
  • Inspect Transfer Switch connections for signs of heat and wear.
  • Inspect Transfer Switch with infrared temp gun to check for loose connections.
  • Transfer building load to generator (if permitted), monitor for proper transfer sequence.
  • Return Transfer Switch to standby position, monitor for proper shutdown sequence.