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New Load Bank for Power Electric's Fleet

As part of Power Electric Generator's business development strategy, continued expansion plan and commitment to customer service it has added a new load bank to its fleet. The 2.2mVA Froment MC1C; a combined resistive/inductive unit which enables non-unity load testing.

Load testing a Generator or UPS is essential. Without it users can never be confident that their standby power equipment will work in that crucial moment that it is needed. There are two ways to undertake a load test - a full Mains Failure Simulation affected by throwing off the circuit breakers on the electricity supplies and allowing the system to pick up the operational load, or by attaching Load Banks to the system to simulate it. Clients can have their loads tested onsite or at Power Electrics Bristol headquarters. This can be undertaken as a 'one off' or as part of a maintenance plan by the company's highly trained engineers. 
Power Electrics' Service Sales Manager, Leigh Preece commented; "Power Electrics has an unparalleled reputation as a specialist Generator business whose detail to service is second to none. All our engineers are highly skilled and fully conversant with all aspects of diesel power Generation. The new load bank is an excellent addition to the fleet and allows us to conduct both automatic and manual test programs. We are committed to providing first class Load test services to our customer's generators and this investment will help us to deliver that." 
Load banking is also a key part of maintaining Power Electrics hire fleet as well as an integral part of commissioning and testing new Genset installations. The company has a wide range of load banks and provides a nationwide service. 
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