Emergency Generators, can be installed in a building so that power will be available during a power outage or during a fire. They typically power emergency equipment like, emergency lighting, exit lights, fire alarm systems, an elevator and other equipment deemed mandatory for the safety of the buildings’ occupants. In this regard, some of the rules have changed over the last number of years, you may 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.