Power Generation

Power when you need it most

Power Generation

Trinity Emergency Services understands the critical importance of providing power when it is needed the most. Our approach involves leveraging efficient manpower and expertise to ensure a reliable and timely supply of power using our extensive fleet of generators.

Generator Sizing and Selection
Properly sizing and selecting the appropriate generator for the power requirements of the site is crucial. We will assess the electrical load of the site, taking into account the wattage needs of various appliances, equipment, and systems to determine the suitable generator capacity.
Generator Installation
A qualified electrician or generator technician will install the generator at the site. This includes connecting the generator to the electrical system using transfer switches or interlock devices, establishing fuel connections, and ensuring proper grounding to meet safety standards.
Fuel Supply and Management
Ensuring an adequate fuel supply is crucial for continuous generator operation. We will ensure a sufficient fuel source, such as diesel, natural gas, propane, or gasoline, and set up fuel storage and delivery systems as necessary. We will also provide fuel management services to monitor fuel levels and schedule refueling.
System Testing and Startup

Before restoring power, the generator is tested to ensure it is functioning properly. This involves conducting load tests to verify the generator’s capacity, checking control panel settings, and ensuring all safety mechanisms are in place. Once the testing is successful, the generator is started up and prepared for power restoration.

Power Distribution and Connection

After the generator is operational, power distribution and connection are established. This involves connecting the generator to the site’s electrical system through appropriate transfer switches or panel connections. The electrical distribution is configured to direct power from the generator to critical circuits or areas as needed.

Load Management and Prioritization
In situations where the generator capacity may not meet the entire electrical load of the site, load management and prioritization are necessary. Service providers work with the site owner or operator to identify critical loads and allocate power accordingly. This ensures essential systems and equipment receive power priority during the restoration process.
Monitoring and Maintenance

Continuous monitoring of the generator’s performance is essential to ensure smooth operation and address any issues promptly. We offer monitoring services, including remote monitoring capabilities to track generator status, fuel levels, and operational parameters. Regular maintenance, such as oil changes, filter replacements, and system inspections, is also conducted to keep the generator in optimal condition.

Shutdown and Transition to Utility Power
Once the utility power is restored, the generator is safely shut down and disconnected from the electrical system. This includes transferring the load back to the utility grid, proper storage of the generator, and any necessary maintenance tasks to prepare it for future use or storage.
Documentation and Reporting
Throughout the generator restoration process, documentation and reporting play a vital role. We maintain records of generator installation, testing, maintenance, fuel consumption, and other relevant data. This documentation helps track performance, plan future power needs, and comply with regulatory requirements.