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Maintenance and testing are critical to the continued reliability of your emergency generator and must be performed in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations, instruction manuals, and the minimum requirements of NFPA 110.
Your facility should have at least two sets of instruction manuals for all major generator components. One set should be kept in a secure, convenient location near the equipment.
Registration to be renewed every 3 years with the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). The DEP will issue a registration application to the building owner.
Monthly and annual generator tests are important measures for preparing generators for power outages, but they should not be the only measures.
Every 3 years the NFPA 110 emergency generator testing must be performed by building owners and perform retrofitting, as necessary.
NFPA 110 does not establish a specific date and time of day for required testing. Those are to
be determined by management and are typically scheduled so as to provide minimum
disruption of facility operations.
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