You don’t have to be the victim of the next inevitable power outage. Preparing yourself with a backup generator can mean the difference between business as usual for your company or lost revenue.
The next step is finding the right generator for the job. Here are some reasons why a backup diesel generator may be the right generator for you and your business.
Most generators run on gasoline, propane, natural gas or diesel. Although any type of emergency generator will offer your home or business temporary power during outages, diesel is a more cost-effective fuel. It offers more power per ounce of fuel than propane, natural gas or gasoline. Diesel is not expensive or difficult to get, either.
Though diesel is flammable, it is less volatile and flammable than other fuels. This may seem insignificant, but most power outages are caused by hurricanes, tropical storms and other damaging weather, which in turn can cause dangerous conditions. Using a highly volatile fuel compounds an already dangerous situation.
Easy To Use:
Its true, backup diesel generators can be a little intimidating for first time buyers. Most backup diesel generators have easy and straightforward maintenance and operation, especially if your generator is professionally installed. You should always follow safety procedures and read all of the literature about your generator.
Once you’ve had your generator installed, you should be able to get through most power outages, as long as the generator itself is still standing. But, rest assured, your diesel generator is designed to endure extreme weather and rugged conditions.
Critical Power Offers A Wide Variety Of Backup Diesel Generators
The type and size of your generator depends on whether you need basic power, like lights, refrigerators and your stove or you need full power for medical equipment or data center equipment. Ask a trusted backup generator retailer for advice on which generator works best for you.
Critical Power offers a wide variety of both new and used backup diesel generators. We also have the experience and knowledge to help you or your company choose the right generator for your needs. Call or email us for more information on how to choose the right diesel generator.