Providing regular maintenance for your standby generator power system ensures you enjoy years of reliable service.
Generator Power Systems’ trained technicians take the work out of maintaining your system. We recommend having them perform basic routine maintenance twice a year–or, anytime you run the system for an extended period of time.
Our 50-point checklist begins with an inspection of your generator’s engine. It’s the hardest working component of your system. Our technicians provide a comprehensive review while also covering the basics:
- OIL: Check oil level; change the oil as necessary. Typically, it should be changed after 200 hours of use.
- SPARK: Check spark plugs, change as necessary.
- COOLANT: Check coolant on liquid-cooled generators, change as necessary.
It’s just as important the enclosure and space around your generator be examined. Generator Power Systems technicians perform a visual inspection, looking for damage, debris, or anything that might block airflow.
Finally, GPS certified technicians inspect connections and wiring visually. If there’s a problem, you’ll be alerted for authorization to perform necessary repairs. Please note: While you may feel comfortable changing oil in the engine, do not attempt to service electrical circuits on your own.
By having Generator Power Systems’ certified technicians perform a 50-point checkup on your system, you can rest assured your it will start when needed. Contact Generator Power Systems and learn how you can save with an annual maintenance plan.