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SOURCE: HPS Loadbanks
Author Discusses the Case for Resistive/Reactive Loadbank Testing for Stationary Engines
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 10, 2012
Ever wonder what the differences are between resistive and resistive/reactive load testing? And why the latter is necessary? Answers to these questions are an important first step in how facility managers can understand the importance of using resistive/reactive load testing to identify potential system-wide weaknesses in their backup power generation system.
To help explain the benefits and need of resistive/reactive load testing, HPS Loadbanks (HPS), the leading distributor of Crestchic® Loadbanks in North America, has developed a new eBook, Resist or React: The Case for Reactive Loadbank Testing for Stationary Engines.
Kirk Fowkes, HPS Director of Sales and Marketing says “Our new eBook is the first in a series of new thought leadership books. We want to provide important information facility managers need to properly identify the best load testing methods for their backup power generation system.”
Brian Cleary, General Manager of HPS continues, “Our goal at HPS Loadbanks is to share the breadth of our load testing knowledge and expertise. We feel our new eBook series is the best way to get that information out to our customers and the general public.”
The eBook is available for FREE downloads at http://www.hpsloadbanks.com.
About HPS Loadbanks
Based in San Diego, CA, HPS Loadbanks is the leading authorized distributor of Crestchic loadbanks in North America and a recognized premier dealer of Vantran transformers. Whether you choose to buy or rent, HPS offers the best selection of new and used resistive loadbanks, resistive/reactive loadbanks, transformers, trailers and cables. Our load testing products and services include sales, rental, training, parts and service.
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