• Whole House Generator

  • Partial House Generator

  • Fully Automatic Generator

  • Portable Generator

What happens when the power goes off?

In this modern era, we have become so dependent on electricity that we forget how fundamental it is to our way of life. We forget, that is, until the day there’s a power outage! Lights, refrigerators, heating and cooling systems, hot water, freezers, basement sump pumps…all gone. In just a few hours food can be spoiled, pipes frozen, basements flooded. Now is the time to prepare for the next power outage. A generator can be:

  • Easy to install
  • Fitted with an automatic switch
  • Ultra quiet
  • Sized to run your entire property or just a few main circuits
  • Powered by propane supplied by Lamprey Energy

Together with our electrical contractor we can ensure that you never again have to worry about losing power.

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What should you expect when you get it serviced?
At Lamprey Energy we don’t service generators but we do work closely with service providers. But not all services are equal. See below for a check list that should be covered by both an annual service and a mid-year (6-month) service.

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Annual Generator Maintenance Check List

GENERATOR ENGINE, ALTERNATOR and CONTROLS

  • Change lubrication oil
  • Replace oil filter and inspect base
  • Replace and gap spark plugs
  • Inspect ignition coil wires and plug caps
  • Inspect cooling system, clean fins (air-cooled), top off radiator (liquid-cooled)
  • Inspect fan guard
  • Inspect and clean air filter and pre-cleaner
  • Replace fuel filters
  • Inspect engine gaskets, breathers and fuel regulation components for any fuel or oil leakage
  • Inspect and adjust engine belts, hoses, and clamps
  • Lubricate governor and carburetor linkage
  • Load test battery and record VDC readings
  • Service battery, add water to electrolyte and clean posts
  • Check and record battery static and running charging rates
  • Inspect engine and battery heaters for proper operation
  • Inspect engine and electrical safety shutdown devices
  • Inspect unit for excessive noise or vibration
  • Inspect mounting bolts, brackets, and coupling connections
  • Check, calibrate, and record AC output voltage and frequency
  • Inspect engine, alternator, and control wiring
  • Inspect and clear dampers, louvers, and air intakes
  • Wipe down outside of generator and engine
  • Update main controller OEM firmware as updates become available

AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH

  • Inspect for overheated power terminals and lugs
  • Inspect control board wiring and connections
  • Check and adjust exercise clock setting
  • Inspect mechanical switchgear mechanism
  • Check time delays
  • Perform power outage simulation

Mid-Year Generator Maintenance Check List

GENERATOR ENGINE, ALTERNATOR and CONTROLS

  • Check and top off lubrication oil
  • Inspect oil filter and base
  • Inspect and gap spark plugs
  • Inspect ignition coil wires and plug caps
  • Inspect cooling system, clean fins (air-cooled), top off radiator (liquid-cooled)
  • Inspect fan guard
  • Inspect and clean air filter and pre-cleaner
  • Replace fuel filters
  • Inspect engine gaskets, breathers and fuel regulation components for any fuel or oil leakage
  • Inspect and adjust engine belts, hoses, and clamps
  • Lubricate governor and carburetor linkage
  • Load test battery and record VDC readings
  • Service battery, add water to electrolyte and clean posts
  • Check and record battery static and running charging rates
  • Inspect engine and battery heaters for proper operation
  • Inspect engine and electrical safety shutdown devices
  • Inspect unit for excessive noise or vibration
  • Inspect mounting bolts, brackets, and coupling connections
  • Check, calibrate, and record AC output voltage and frequency
  • Inspect engine, alternator, and control wiring
  • Inspect and clear dampers, louvers, and air intakes
  • Wipe down outside of generator and engine
  • Update main controller OEM firmware as updates become available

AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH

  • Inspect for overheated power terminals and lugs
  • Inspect control board wiring and connections
  • Check and adjust exercise clock setting
  • Inspect mechanical switch gear mechanism
  • Check time delays
  • Perform power outage simulation
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