1.0 PDH Credit Certificate of Completion*
Our society has become highly dependent on electrical power. Moreover, virtually all of the critical infrastructure for communications, security, as well as emergency services and life safety, depend on power. This has caused a wide variety of organizations to consider adding or upgrading back-up power to their existing facilities or include them as a requirement for new buildings.
When a utility outage occurs, the backup-generator is expected to immediately start and support the load. However, even the best emergency back-up power system-utilizing the highest quality equipment-can be rendered useless if not properly maintained.
In the final part of our 5 part series of webinars, we will examine the issues of inspection, maintenance, and testing and other related topics to consider when designing, selecting and installing an emergency back-up power system.
- Electrical Systems
- Mechanical Systems
- Fuel System
- Load Bank Testing
- Live Load Testing
*It is up to each individual to verify that the course is approved by their state licensing board