Emergency Generators are installed in buildings to ensure that power will be available under extreme circumstances. These circumstances can range from such events of a power blackout to a fire in the building, to name a few. Emergency generators typically provide power to emergency equipment such as emergency lighting, exit lights, fire alarm systems, elevators and other equipment deemed mandatory for the safety of the buildings’ occupants. Certain rules and regulations have been updated over the last number of years, thus you might find that your existing generator does not now comply with the required local codes.
Regulation, Code Requirements, & TSSA
The Code, Regulations and Enforcement have changed in regards to your Emergency Generator.
Non compliance means no fuel Delivery, deadlines for compliance & possible fines.