Most commercial buildings have emergency backup power generators, and some have internal combustion engines used to power supplementary blowers required for air support. These systems are not only a part of responsible operational practices; they are also requirements of Fire and Building Codes.
These systems require servicing, not only to ensure that they operate when needed, but also to meet regulatory requirements with regards to the inspection, testing and maintenance of liquid fuel in storage tanks supplying emergency generating equipment and supplementary blowers. To read more on this, please visit our News.
Examples of commercial buildings with emergency backup power systems that ChemKleen regularly services include:
- Office towers and campuses
- Retail shopping malls
- Grocers (wholesale and retail)
- Department stores
- Logistics centres
- Data centres