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Is your Generator Ready for an Emergency?
Is your Generator Ready for an Emergency?

Do you know what you should keep an eye on for your diesel generator?

If you have a diesel fuel generator but almost no technical knowledge about its proper basic operation, we can help you with the following list of what you should observe / monitor in your generator, which is very necessary to do throughout the year:

  1. Oil leaks
  2. Fuel leaks
  3. Refrigerant leaks
  4. Corrosion
  5. Exhaust leaks
  6. Loose fan belts
  7. Damaged cables or wires
  8. Damaged, cracked or loose hoses
  9. Radiator cleaning
  10. Expiration date of oil changes (must be done as specified)
  11. Equipment alert activated

In any of these situations, consult a qualified service provider for your generator.

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Brenda Ginés
Brenda Ginéshttp://www.antillespower.com
In Antilles Power we are available to serve you! We provide emergency service and maintenance contracts in Puerto Rico, the Caribbean and the Virgin Islands. Our company locates in Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, St Croix and St. Thomas. More than 20 years of service Antilles Power: Servicing the Caribbean since 1999 - Headquarters in Carolina, Puerto Rico and service locations in St. Thomas, St. Martin, St. Croix & the Dominican Republic. We provide marine service, parts and engine sales, stationary generators, parts, service and sales, energy management, cogeneration, turn-key projects, generator rental. More than 20 years of service.

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