NextGen Power Systems

NextGen utilizes the best generator maintenance practice by following the maintenance schedule provided by the manufacturer/s of the generator.

  • Generators | Engines | Maintenance

    Diesel generator sets – used for either prime or backup (emergency) power – must be regularly maintained to ensure they provide quality power throughout their service life. If you own generators at your location/s that provide backup power in the event of an outage, you definitely want to establish a maintenance contract to maintain your genset/s. The life-cycle of power generators is well established and documented making routine maintenance fairly straight-forward. NextGen utilizes the best generator maintenance practice by following the maintenance schedule provided by the manufacturer/s of the generator.  The long outstanding use of generators over time has provided the necessary knowledge to predict when certain components will fail or be in need of service. A fairly reliable maintenance schedule can usually be acquired from the manufacturer and can be employed by NextGen, who is an approved Cummins generator dealer with experience in power generation, who has the backup and support from Cummins.  Adhering to this schedule will ensure maximum service time for the generator and proper operation when it is called upon to provide power.

  • Preventative Maintenance

    Preventative maintenance thus ensures that you get uninterrupted power supply for all your needs. You are assured of service on priority basis in case of dire emergency and discounted service rate for additional support or work. Once you enter into this contract, the facility can relax on this aspect as NextGen keeps track of when the next servicing is due and makes the visits in regular intervals. We ensure that the products maintained through us receive consistent and reliable service.

The main responsibilities of NextGen would be to inspect systems, study the technical data provided by the manufacturers, maintain records and take precautionary measures for safety as suggested by the manufacturers.  Some of the steps NextGen will take to ensure smooth generator operation while carrying out scheduled maintenance include:

  • Timely removal of worn out parts or upgrading the components

  • Checking fluid levels

  • Battery inspection and cleaning of connections

  • Load bank testing

  • Verifying control panel readings and indicators

  • Changing fuel and air filters.

Small investments made in replacing components and maintaining generators on a regular basis can save expensive and unnecessary upgrades or even replacement of the entire genset in the future.

When performing routine maintenance, each action taken should be logged, and the readings and various parameters are recorded along with the date of inspection and hour meter reading of the generator. These set of readings are compared with the next set of data collected. Any absurd variation of readings indicates faulty performance of the unit. Load testing of automatic transfer switches in regular intervals keeps track of the component’s electrical and mechanical integrity in the actual mechanical transfer operation. Other factors to be checked periodically are starting and timing relays, start signal continuity, and utility phase sensing.

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