Generators are useful appliances that supply electrical power during a power outage and prevent discontinuity of daily activities or disruption of business operations. Generators are available in different electrical and physical configurations for use in different applications. In the following sections, we will look at how a generator functions, the main components of a generator, and how a generator operates as a secondary source of electrical power in residential and industrial applications.
A generator forces electric charge (usually carried by electrons) to flow through an external electrical circuit. Possible sources of mechanical energy include: a reciprocating or turbine steam engine, water falling through a turbine or waterwheel, an internal combustion engine, a wind turbine, a hand crank, compressed air, or any other source of mechanical energy. Generators supply almost all of the power for the electric power grids which provide most of the world’s electric power.
AI Group Team is commitment is to provide our clients with the highest quality product service and support throughout the entire life of their client’s power equipment.
AI Group Generators service and support is available for routine and scheduled maintenance, as well as for emergencies 24/7/365. AI Group Technicians are factory trained and certified to service and maintain peak performance of your generator system. AI Group fleet of service vehicles carries a full line of parts to avoid the cost of multiple visits.
AI Group Generators service department goal is to be the “best power equipment service team in the nation”. AI Group Generators team of Power Technicians have the skills, knowledge, and engineering expertise to handle the most difficult problems. AI Group Generators is able to custom-design, repair, and service any manufacturer’s power equipment with our mechanical and electrical capabilities.