Generators

ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR 
STANDBY AND EMERGENCY GENERATORS
 
We specialize in evaluation of existing systems and design of new standby and emergency power generator systems
Protect Your Facilities' Investment

Becht Engineering can: 
  • Provide expertise in planning and designing a new generator system for your facility. 
  • Provide expertise in planning and designing upgrades or replacement of your existing generator system.  
  • Evaluate your existing generator system for present and future performance. 
We can help when: 
  • You require a new emergency or standby generator system installed to enhance the functionality of your existing facility. 
  • You have a new facility that requires a new generator system. 
  • You require analysis of your existing generator system to determine if it will support addition power needs. 
  • You require analysis of your existing electrical system and facility to determine the feasibility of a new generator installation. 
  • Your existing generator system is experiencing deteriorating operation. 
We can:
  • Survey your generator system for Code compliance, general condition, operating status, and power support capacity. 
  • Provide a professional report summarizing your generator system's Code compliance, general condition, operating status and power support capacity along with recommendations for correction, upgrade, or replacement. 
  • Provide design services for existing system correction, upgrade, replacement, or new system design. 


Overview of Services

Basic Services:
  • Determine potential issues and approach to correction
  • Inspection and analysis
  • Ascertainment of proper fuel system requirements
  • Advise possible solutions
  • Prepare performance specifications for existing system remediation
  • Design drawings
  • Specifications
  • Solicitation of bidders, bid review, and recommendations
  • Shop drawing review
  • Construction administration, oversight, and inspections
Generator Systems:
  • Site inspection
  • Existing system examination
  • New system feasibility
  • Load analysis
  • Load support study
  • Code compliance
  • Distribution system and load transfer evaluation
  • Equipment location examination
  • Fuel source evaluation
  • Product selection
  • System design
  • Bid phase support
  • Construction administration
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