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Make sure your emergency power is ready to perform.
Automatic Transfer Switch Maintenance
Keep your Automatic Transfer Switch in the best possible operating condition.
Remote Monitoring Services
Remotely monitor your emergency power system around the clock.
Load Bank Testing
Confirm your generator can reliably operate at its maximum capacity for an extended period of time.
Diesel fuel degrades over time and requires care while in storage.
Generator Service FAQs
We design customizable generator service & maintenance programs for your emergency power systems to help mitigate your day-to-day operational risks from equipment failures, power outages, and unforeseen downtime costs that can cost your business hundreds of thousands of dollars.
At a minimum a generator should be serviced by a professional at least once a year and the oil & filters changed during that time. However, Weld Power recommends that a generator be checked semi-annually or quarterly in order ensure the generator is being properly maintained and to be able to identify any issues prior to failure.
Weld Power’s technician fleet is factory authorized and certified for all makes and models of generators.
Yes. We service numerous critical care sites that cannot afford to interrupt daily operations. If testing needs to be performed after hours, we can accommodate it.
Our customers receive real-time documentation of our service call inspections. Weld Power created an iPad application to create one-of-a-kind back-up power equipment reports. We interviewed hundreds of directors of operations, facility managers, and property managers and received feedback on what is appreciated and needed on these forms and we implemented it. We have been receiving phenomenal feedback on how well they suit individual site needs but most importantly the group regional contract needs. The easy readability along with the photographic evidence has made a really profound statement in the region. Our regional technician fleet is equipped with iPads, laptops, and printers in their fully stocked vans.