Generators for Home and Business




There are many reasons American's purchase standby emergency generators for their homes and businesses. Some are insurance related, some mission critical, while others have to do with emergency planning. Here are just a few things that can happen when the power goes out:

Loss of Revenue Due to Down Time
Tarnished Reputation
Compromised Security and Safety of Customers and Staff
Spoiled Food, Lab Work,

Loss of Data, Communication Systems, Telephones and Fax, etc.

Loss of Heating, Cooling and Ventilation

Risk to Live Stock

Well Pumps Don't Provide Water
Water Damage Caused By Inoperable Sump Pumps

In a power emergency, a used diesel generator or natural gas generator provides the electricity required to maintain productivity and maximize safety and profitability. At the first hint of a power outage your generator starts up automatically via the automatic transfer switch, which is the computer circuit boards that sense utility interruption and send a signal to transfer the electrical load to the generator. Within seconds, it assumes production of electricity for your home or business.

Where power shortages cause frequent brownouts or "rolling blackouts," your used diesel generator lets you produce your own electricity. So your vital electrical systems can operate undisturbed, regardless of the duration of the outage. You get 24 hours a day, 365 days a year protection from your generator.

Productivity equals profits. Efficiency depends on continuous electricity for refrigeration, computers, office equipment, air conditioning, heating, communications, cooking equipment, security systems, electrical appliances, or machinery. Your emergency power generator from US Power & Environment keeps those systems running smoothly in the event of a power outage.