Generator By Fuel Type
Gaseous Visit Site
A gaseous-fueled generator has extended run time provided by a continuous supply of natural gas. Most reliable source in situations that cause power outages. Gaseous-fueled generators are often chosen for residential and small commercial standby applications.
Generator By Application
Industrial Visit Site
Generac offers low kW generators ideal for smaller manufacturers such as tool and die shops and at the same time, can deliver multi-megawatt solutions designed to keep large operations running smoothly.
Modular (MSP) Visit Site
While many facilities can be served by a single large kW generator, your operation may be growing and need more flexibility and scalability for backup power. Generac’s disruptive Modular Power Systems (MPS) allow you to easily add generators as your power needs grow.
Mobile Visit Site
Mobile generators are designed and engineered to support a variety of projects, regardless of the weather conditions. Configured to meet your needs including: choice of containment, cold weather packages and trailer options. Most of the mobile generators come parallel-ready, enabling a scalable approach to power – parallel up to 32 units.
Generator Solutions by Industry
Data Centers Visit Site
Average power consumption at the rack is going up and more power needs to be available to support growth and backup/emergency power supplies. Generac genset systems deliver the best available technology with massive kWs and a support network offering industry-leading expertise.
Healthcare Visit Site
If your hospital backup generators are sized to only support your most critical functions, you will have additional issues. Elevators may not operate, hallways may not be lit, and your cafeteria may not be able to serve food.
Municipal Visit Site
There is no one “cookie-cutter” generator solution that will meet the incredibly diverse needs of municipalities. Generac provides a wide range of gensets, accessories, controllers, and enclosures, to help you find the optimum solution to surpass your challenges.
Education Visit Site
Power outages can cripple schools. Outages impact class schedules, fire alarms, phone systems and fall-out shelter lighting. For universities, this could mean losing thousands of dollars and countless hours of time should heating/cooling units preserving grant-based experiments become inoperable.
Manufacturing Visit Site
The backbone of America relies on generators. Everything from vehicles to medical equipment to furniture to electronics to aerospace to pulp and paper mills to plastic molding, and more. When the power goes out, industry could suffer inventory losses, equipment failures or miss “just-in-time” delivery dates resulting in the loss of thousands or even millions of dollars in revenue. For many processes, loss of power spoils the end product which now becomes scrap.
Business Visit Site
In the U.S., “what-if” power outages are becoming “when-if” scenarios. Between 2000 and 2013, we averaged 200 reported power grid outages per year. This does not include weather-related outages or accidental outages, which can be caused by animals or human error during a construction project.
Telecommunications Visit Site
Competition in the telecommunications industry means your network must be the best and most reliable. Factor in more than 400,000 calls to 911* being made every year on wireless devices. This means no failures in your cell towers and data collection centers, even during major grid or weather-related outages.
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