Buying A Used Generator Isn’t Just Specs And Models
There are a lot of other factors involved in choosing the industrial generators that are right for your company. Here are some ways to avoid any issues during the buying process:
Is Your Retailer And Installer Reputable?
Choosing a vetted, reputable used industrial generator retailer and installer is possibly the most important decision you’ll make in this process. If you can’t trust your retailer, you may end up with the wrong used industrial generator, or you may get stuck with a generator that doesn’t perform the way you need it to.
What Are Your Power Needs?
How much power will you need and what will you be powering? Does your business need or want to power emergency equipment only? Does your business need full power or close to full power to function? Answering these questions will help you to determine how much power and what generator you’ll need.
Which Fuels Are Available To You?
Most people don’t think of this, but fuel availability is essential. We’re not just talking about what’s close by, but also what is the most cost effective and stable fuel in the area. Most industrial generators run on either diesel, propane, or natural gas. Depending on where your data center is located will determine what’s most available.
Expert Tip: Just because a type of fuel is close by, doesn’t mean it’s the best to buy. Stability is a huge factor in fueling a generator. Make sure you choose a generator that runs on the most stable fuel available.
Critical Power Is Here For Your Used Industrial Generator Needs
Critical Power Products and Services knows how vital your used industrial generator is to your company. When the power is out, it can be a lifeline to your business, so it’s important to have the right one. Contact us for more info on our unique, customer-friendly approach the purchasing and installation process.