Generac’s innovative Modular Power System (MPS) can provide the needed large kWs for hospitals along with the benefits of redundancy, scalability, and safety, through integrated paralleling.
While it rarely happens, should your single large kW backup generator fail in an emergency, lives are at risk. With Generac’s MPS, you have at least one other backup/emergency generator operating to ensure critical operations continue. This means the kW requirements of the smallest genset in the paralleled system is sized appropriately to meet those needs.
With our unique MPS you can also combine generators using a variety of fuels such as diesel and natural-gas. This not only gives you the benefits of genset redundancy, but now you have fuel redundancy as well.
Generac’s MPS approach does not require dedicated switchgear sections. Future expansion generators simply tie directly to the generator bus. Because the paralleling is already built into our generators, the MPS system fundamentally has greater flexibility for growth, requires less electrical room space, and reduces initial capital cost.
Whether it be multiple generators in parallel, or a large single engine generator, Generac has the product solution to meet your requirements.
Nursing Homes, Long-Term Care Facilities Need Low Maintenance Units
Diesel generators require constant care. With engine requirements for low-sulfur diesel fuel, the fuel now needs to be re-conditioned every 12-16 months to ensure stability and ease of flow. This fuel requirement along with the maintenance of the exhaust after treatment system, requires an experienced facility manager to handle this process. If you do not have this person on staff, you would need to turn to a third-party provider for the service, which will add cost. It will also require the rental of a backup generator during servicing when not using a MPS solution.
To reduce the maintenance burden, many short- and long-term care facilities are turning to natural gas generators, as they need little maintenance. They are also eco-friendly with fewer missions and a smaller carbon foot print.