We have 2 NG generators (one 20kva the other a 12kva).  One runs the
computer room, first going to a 13kva UPS that holds the room up during the
generator startup.  The other generator runs the 2 A/C units.  Originally we
had the AC on the same generator, but it cause the power to be "dirty".  We
test ours every week and have had several outages that have been flawless.
The NG generators are pretty quiet as well.  Baring an earthquake, I like
knowing we will always have fuel.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Graap, Ken [mailto:keg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, March 12, 2004 2:32 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: RE: Power Outage story ...

Believe it or not, our generator is a tried and true diesel generator... 
That it failed during a monthly test and took everything with it wasn't very

comforting, but at least the fire in the switch didn't spread! Ha! We were 
lucky that this was an "attended" test. 

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