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Category Archives: The Genset Doc
Effective January 1, 2011 mobile engines greater than 130 bkW (175 bhp) and non-emergency stationary engines less than 10 liters per cylinder and greater than 130 bkW (175 bhp) are required to meet Tier 4 Interim emissions regulations.
Subject: On-line Partial Discharge Testing of Medium voltage Cable Performance Contract: Independent 3rd Part (NETA) Testing Agency Purpose: to proactively Test and Measure the structural integrity of the MV cable’s insulation. Case Study: Hotel Casino in Las Vegas loses entire … Continue reading
Here is part four of our five part series of ‘Deciphering The Code’. Other topical discussions coming soon! Enjoy!
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In any place of employment, notoriously so in a technical one, acronyms are ubiquitous, and apparently, there is an acronym for everything! Equally frustrating, each industry utilizes its own unique lexicon of acronyms.
On January 1, 2011, new interim Tier 4 emission requirements commenced. The more stringent emission requirements are in deliberation this year, though a specific time for resolution is unspecified. Please be advised that permit issuance could be delayed and the new Tier 4 … Continue reading
Many new projects are being reviewed with serious concerns about being in compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency. The new rules and regulations are migrating from the over the road engine applications, to the stationary engine/generator systems used in on-site … Continue reading
Occasionally, I come across some interesting articles that pertain to our industry. Sometimes, in our fast-paced business environment, these articles are overlooked, however, it may be good to take a moment and reflect on this particular article, as it provides … Continue reading
It’s always important to be clear about the details in any generator project! Most of the engineering community has engaged in projects that required certain nameplate e-kW rating in order to provide enough power for the facility’s loads. Only some … Continue reading