THE DIESEL COMMISSIONING PROCESS
A generator set is brought online and tested for functionality during the generator commissioning process. Because it frequently involves civil works, mechanical equipment, fuel and storage tanks, and storage tanks, this process can occasionally be complicated. We handle the installation of the generator itself, transmission and distribution lines, switchgear, and other necessary equipment as part of our commissioning service.
After that, we put it through a rigorous testing process to make sure it is producing power and heat within the predetermined limits. Testing methods include vibrational analysis, thermal imaging, and load testing. We frequently measure fuel efficiency and sound attenuation as well. The generator can be safely put into service once it has undergone testing and is working well. In addition to completing our internal testing checklist, we’ll also be using our unbeatable experience to look for the non-obvious faults and potential problem areas that others may miss.