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Diesel engines comprise the vast majority of prime movers for standby power generators because of their reliability, durability and performance under load. This remarkable set of credentials is unique to diesel engines, but like any mechanical device, maintenance is critical for ensuring that a diesel powered standby generator will start and run when needed. Preventive maintenance Preventive diesel engine maintenance consists of the following operations: • General inspection • Lubrication service • Cooling system service • Fuel system service • Servicing and testing starting batteries • Regular engine exercise. Some of the factors that can affect the maintenance schedule include: • Using the diesel generator set for continuous duty (prime power) • Extreme ambient temperatures. If the generator set will be subjected to some or all of these extreme operating conditions, it is best to consult with the engine manufacturer to develop an appropriate maintenance schedule. General inspection : Exhaust system: With the generator set operating, inspect the entire exhaust system including the exhaust manifold, muffler and exhaust pipe. Fuel system: With the generator set operating, inspect the fuel supply lines, return lines, filters and fittings for cracks or abrasions. DC electrical system: Check the terminals on the starting batteries for clean and tight connections. Cooling system service, Fuel system service.
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