Category Archives: Generator Information

Perform Your Own Power Grid Blackout Scenario

Federal authorities and electric utility companies are working together this week to simulate a national electric grid blackout. The purpose is to educate the Federal Government on what will happen if a terrorist attack or other event caused a widespread … Continue reading

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Be Prepared for Winter Storms

Winter has arrived in some places or is on the way in others. Winter storms bring a variety of conditions including cold temperatures, high winds, ice, rain, and snow―sometimes in paralyzing accumulations. When multiple factors add up, the results can … Continue reading

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The Generac Promise

The #1 selling brand of home standby generators. A Home Standby generator provides the automatic backup power you need to protect your home and family during a power outage. Generac invented the home standby generator category in 1977, and we … Continue reading

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Five Reasons to Own a Standby Generator for Home Use

As our reliance on electrical power grows, our lives are increasingly impacted by a loss of power, whatever the reason. Interruptions range from events that affect only a few homes, to entire regions, and causes include violent weather events, automobile accidents, … Continue reading

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Briggs & Stratton Providing Reliable Power for over 100 years

Briggs & Stratton has been providing reliable engine power for over 100 years. So, it’s no wonder why professionals and homeowners worldwide, put their faith in Briggs & Stratton to provide power when it’s needed most. A leading designer and … Continue reading

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Kubota Diesel for Standby and Prime Power

The new diesel Kubota GL Series generators comes to Norwall Power Systems. Generators are available for shipment direct from the factory in one to two days. The GL11000 and GL7000 are 120/240-volt single-phase generators capable of supplying either standby or prime power. … Continue reading

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Generac Protector Series: Diesel Powered Standby Generators

New at Norwall Power Systems are Generac’s Protector Series Standby Generators with capacities from 15 to 50 kilowatts. These liquid-cooled generators feature the reliability of a liquid-cooled generator along with the power and efficiency provided by a diesel engine. With … Continue reading

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Kohler Offers End User Rebates and Referral Incentives

Kohler Power Systems is offering rebate incentives to new purchasers and existing owners of their standby generators. The Kohler air-cooled standby generators offered by Norwall Power Systems qualify for the program and combine with Norwall’s already low pricing for even … Continue reading

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PERC Offers EcoGen Off-Grid Standby Generator Incentives

The EcoGen was introduced by Generac Power Systems as the first standby generator designed specifically as a backup source of power for off grid alternative energy systems. Off grid systems generate power using solar panels, wind turbines, or both to … Continue reading

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How Standby Generators Work

The first generators required a team of engineers to keep them working. They kept the steam engines running that provided the mechanical power for the generator, and made constant adjustments to the generator to regulate the power production. As the … Continue reading

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