When it comes to buying a large and industrial generator set, given it is a considerable investment for any company, it is vitally important to have everything controlled down to the last millimetre and know how to accurately and rigorously identify the power that will best suit your energy needs. You also need to know all of the factors that should be taken into account from a mechanical and electrical point of view, so it is worth allowing yourself to be advised by professionals.
Equally, if you already have a generator set that you have not used for a long time and you would like to know whether everything works as it should, or you want to monitor its period of activity to identify potential faults, we have a test bank for generator sets.
Where it is not possible to carry out switch tests with a load, it is important to apply loads to the generator set to check if it is working properly, whilst also guaranteeing that residues are not forming in the injection and exhaust circuits due to the underperformance of the motor.
These residues are to blame for the reduction in performance during the periods of activity and, if not detected on time, they can cause serious faults and greater problems.
By applying the load banks close to the generator set’s power limit, all of the residues are eliminated by combustion, they burn and the motor works perfectly again.