Diesel & Natural Gas Generators
Global Power Supply offers new and used generator solutions from the top manufacturers in the world. From offices to remote data centers, you can depend on GPS for all your power supply needs.
GPS Natural Gas and Diesel Generators
At GPS, we understand that losing power means losing business. Securing your critical facility with appropriate standby and back-up power applications can ensure your business stays up and running during unexpected blackouts and power outages. In industries, during critical processes, generators can supply emergency power to all vital and selected loads as desired.
Applications for our generator products include a range of industries, such as hospitals, data centers, critical information facilities, or anywhere an electrical current must remain constant.
A power generator is revolutionary product that brings clean and affordable standby power within the reach of millions of people, businesses, and enterprises all over the world. Global Power Supply offers new and used diesel and natural gas generators, available for rental or long-term solutions.
In today's power industry, the increasing demand and diminishing supply of fuel in our economy makes a cost effective fuel solution an essential part of your primary or back-up power system. Diesel power generator sets remain the number one choice for standby and emergency power systems worldwide. Diesel generators are also well suited to utility peaking plants, Distributed Generation (DG) facilities, peak shaving (or peak lopping), and power management at large commercial or industrial sites.
- Atlas Copco
- MTU Onsite Energy
- Volvo Penta
- Detroit Diesel
- John Deere
- MQ Power
Global Power Supply only offers the highest quality brands in new and used generators. In addition, we offer a range of natural gas and diesel power generator solutions to meet all your energy needs. For more information, contact a sales representative today.
Natural Gas generators are designed to provide reliable performance, high fuel efficiency, and very low emissions for applications such as high-hour peaking, prime power, and combined heat and power (CHP). Running on a lean mixture of fuel and air, natural gas generators significantly reduce the production of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and increase fuel efficiency.
About GPS Power Generators
A Power Generator supplies electricity in the event that the main power supply is unavailable and electricity is needed. Generating units provide power by converting mechanical energy, such as natural gas or oil, into electrical energy. An electric load (or demand) is the power requirement of any device or equipment that converts electric energy into light, heat, or mechanical energy, or otherwise consumes electric energy.
The total load on any power system is rarely constant and it varies with hourly, weekly, monthly, or annual changes in the requirements of the area served. The minimum system load for a given period is termed the 'base load' or the 'unity load-factor component'. Maximum loads, resulting usually from temporary conditions, are called peak loads, and the operation of the generating plants must be closely coordinated with fluctuations in the load.
The size or capacity of electric utility generating units varies broadly, depending upon the type of unit, duty required (that is, base-, intermediate-, or peak-load service), and system size and degree of interconnection with neighboring systems.
Generators and power systems must be synchronized and matched with the instantaneous voltage of an alternating-current generator (incoming source) to the instantaneous voltage of a power system of one or more other generators (running source), then connecting them together.
In order to accomplish this, the following conditions must be met:
- The effective voltage of the incoming generator must be substantially the same as that of the system.
- In relation to each other, the generator voltage and the system voltage should be essentially 180° out of phase; however, in relation to the bus to which they are connected, their voltages should be in phase.
- The frequency of the incoming machine must be near that of the running system.
- The voltage wave shapes should be similar.
- The phase sequence of the incoming polyphase machine must be the same as that of the system.