Pramac Generators

Should your business have a generator on site?

  • 11 Apr 2016

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Could your business benefit from having a backup generator on site? Pramac Generators take a look at the types of generators available, and why your business might benefit from purchasing one.

Generators convert mechanical energy obtained from an external source into electrical energy. The two most common types of generators are diesel generators and petrol generators.

Diesel generators are available in a variety of power outputs and are portable so can be shifted easily from place to place. They are available in silent and super silent units, ideal for construction projects taking place in residential areas.

For greater economic performance with a consistent and reliable output, petrol generators are available. 

Petrol generators are portable and ideal for both public areas where disruption must be kept to a minimum and heavy-duty industrial tasks.

Why have a generator on site?

Power is essential to many businesses. Losing power can disrupt productivity and result in a significant financial loss.

If you require a generator for your business, Pramac Generators offer a wide range of high quality products available for purchase.

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