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Diesel GeneratorDiesel Generator

A diesel generator is the combination of a diesel engine with an electrical generator to generate electrical energy. Diesel generating sets are used in places without connection to the power grid, as emergency power-supply if the grid fails, as well as for more complex applications such as peak-lopping, grid support and export to the power grid. Sizing of diesel generators is critical to avoid low-load or a shortage of power and is complicated by modern electronics, specifically non-linear loads.

Backup Generator

Backup Generator

When a storm or disaster causes a power outage, it may take days or weeks before electrical power is restored. A backup generatorgives peace of mind and comfort in case of a power outage , It create a second energy source for houses in a time of power outage. Hurricanes, tornadoes, snow storms and other emergencies may leave a home without electricity for days or even weeks. By setting up a generator, you prepare for these emergency situations.backup generator can be a critical investment for your home, especially if you live in an area that experiences frequent or prolonged power outages.

An important factor to in your purchase decision is the power output of the generator. Too little capacity and the generator may not support the use of important household systems such as heating, well pumps, refrigerators and other high-energy users, possibly causing damage to the generator as well as electrical equipment.

Backup Generator

are becoming increasingly popular for many reasons including:-

  • The need for “always on” power.
  • Lower generator prices.
  • Advances in the technology resulting in quiet generators.

Tips and Warnings

  • Do not place backup generator inside of a closed-in space such as a garage.
  • Make sure to place backup generator in a well-ventilated area.
  • backup generator are often dangerous because of carbon monoxide poisoning.

Power Washer

The power washers are powered by an energy source such as electricity or gasoline. Electric type are easy to use and require little in the way of additional maintenance whereas petrol type have the benefit of being entirely portable, but do require regular fueling. A gasoline power washer is a good choice for jobs where there is no electricity supply.

The main purpose is to increase the pressure output from the garden hose and focus the water into a pressurized stream. The pump works as a compressor. It allows power washers to output pressurized and concentrated steam of water.


How to use power washer ?

The first thing to do on the power washer is to set the machine in a relative distance where the hose that’s connected to the gun can be used. Once you have the machine set in place, connect the hose into the machine and then connect the other end into the gun. Once this is set, set down the gun and turn on the compressor. The last part prior to using your power washer is to ensure that you have a water source connected to your machine. Now that you have a water source connected to the machine and the machine is turned on, you are now ready to turn on your water source and begin using your power washer.


Tips and Warnings

  1. Always read the owner’s manual and follow instructions properly when using a power washer.
  2. If it is on but you are not using it, secure the safety lock trigger to prevent accidental injury.
  3. Avoid cleaning glass, windows or other delicate surfaces with a power washer.
  4. Stay at least 6 feet away from power lines when using it.
  5. Do not use it while standing on a ladder
  6. Don’t point the nozzle in one spot for more than a few seconds at a time or you risk damaging the surface.

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This entry was posted on August 30, 2012 by in Generators and tagged , , , , , .
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