One of the major causes of an emergency generator not to start is starting batteries. Corrosion, sulfation, and loss of electrolyte are the most common reasons. With proper maintenance and testing, these failures can be prevented and extend the life of your battery. Not caring for your starting batteries could cost the life of a […]
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Assuming that acceptance testing is completed using the P.E.’s specifications, manufacturer’s recommendations and the minimum requirements of NFPA 110, and the machine is pronounced healthy; you are to proceed with the maintenance and testing program the next day as if the EPSS had been there for years.