How Does a Cummins Generator Work?
Many homeowners are wondering how a Cummins Generator actually works in an emergency situation. There are many of great benefits to having a generator for your home when a storm hits and a power outage occurs, but actually goes into the mechanics on how it turns on and fuels energy for your home is a mystery to some people.
Here is how a Cummins Generator from GenTech Generators works:
This is What Happens When There is a Power Outage
A standby generator offered from GenTech Generators will keep your house running with power when there is a power outage. This is how it works:
When there is a power outage in your home, whether that’s from a storm or other malfunction, the automatic transfer switch connects the generator to your home’s electrical system and powers your home.
- Transfer Switch monitors voltage from utility line
- Transfer Switch signals generator to supply electricity when a power disruption occurs
- The electrical circuits in your home are connected to Cummins Generator set
- When power is restored, circuits switch back to the home’s utility power line
The Advantages of Cummins Generators
The Cummins generator set produces some of the highest quality of clean power to your home when there is a power outage with the home’s utility line. When purchasing a generator from GenTech Generators, you’re getting the highest quality installation services. Our generators are lower in noise than the competitors, easier to repair, and lower cost for installation.
At GenTech Generators, we take pride in our service and installation of backup generators for homeowners that may be worried about losing power due to a storm or power outage. We can help you get the backup energy you need in case of an emergency. Contact us at 301-365-4226 today!