Wolter Power Systems is the premier service & repair provider for industrial engines and generators. All technicians are factory-certified and strategically located throughout the state of Wisconsin & Upper Michigan, designed to offer the quickest response times possible. Our service vehicles are state of the art, four-wheel drive diesels capable of reaching almost any customer location.
All technicians have wireless connections with a truck stock inventory ready to respond to service calls and resolve problems the first time. Trucks are equipped with GPS to immediately locate the closest technician to get you up and running quickly or to provide routine scheduled maintenance.
Preventive Maintenance Plans
Wolter Power Systems offers preventive maintenance plans (also called scheduled maintenance plans) for all makes, models and types of generators, whether home standby, industrial or commercial generator sets or diesel, gas, or natural gas powered. Wolter Power Systems has a scheduled maintenance plan that is best suited for your specific needs. Annual agreements are available with semi-annual, quarterly or monthly generator inspections. Scheduled maintenance covers an engine & transfer switch check as well as lubrication, fuel, cooling and air system functionality checks.
Wolter Power Systems provides preventative maintenance agreements for all sizes of generator sets from home standbys to 2 megawatt units.
Load Bank Testing
A load bank is a self-contained, systematic device, designed to supply a controlled electrical load to a given power source. It allows the operator to accurately mimic the “real life” operational loads an emergency power supply, such as a standby generator, might experience during a loss of normal power (utility). By conducting a load bank test at generator start-up, the technician can confirm the equipment will perform, as designed, should the need arise.
In some cases a load bank test may be required to satisfy certain local and national code authorities. The National Fire Protection Association, for example, maintains several standards that pertain directly to standby generators and automatic transfer switches. NFPA 110, the standard for emergency and standby power systems, details three categories: class, type, and level. Each category must be defined in order to ensure the correct equipment is supplied and in compliance.
Wolter Power Systems has the equipment and the trained technicians to perform your load bank testing needs. Request a quote today!