Information Sheets

  • Docking Stations and Selector Switches within a Generator System
  • Battery Charging Systems Recommended for Standby Generator Sets
  • FEMA Recommendations for Generator Set Installations
  • Types of Generator Mounted Enclosures
  • Safety Guidelines for Rental Generator Set Systems
  • Fuel Maintenance for Diesel Generator Sets
  • EPA Requirements for Diesel Generator Systems in Data Centers
  • Servicing Diesel Particulate Filters on Diesel Generator Systems
  • Generator Systems Built to Withstand High Winds
  • Remote Radiator Systems for Generator Sets
  • Importance of Grounding Standby Generator Systems
  • Monitoring Systems for Generator Set Systems
  • Types of Generator Set Mounted Enclosures
  • Types of Automatic Transfer Switches and Application in Generator Set Systems
  • Engine Block Heaters for Generator Sets
  • Generator Set Systems Installed On Top of Tall Buildings
  • Predicting Generator Failure Issues by Remote Monitoring
  • Water Separators for Diesel & NG Generator Systems
  • Troubleshooting Gaseous Generator Systems
  • Arc Flash Protection Boundary During ATS Service
  • The Importance of Clean Diesel Fuel Supply for Generator Systems
  • Above Ground Sub-Base Fuel Tanks
  • Selective Coordination of Circuit Breakers
  • Winterization Packages for Diesel Generator Sets
  • Trouble Shooting Diesel Generator Sets
  • Specifying a Generator Set for Telecommunication Cell Towers
  • Generators in Data Centers
  • Generators in Healthcare
  • Recommended Lubrication Oils for DieselGenerator Set Systems Using EGR and DPF Technology
  • Coolant Fluid Options for Generator Set Systems
  • Thermal Imaging Tests on Generator Set Systems
  • The Importance of Maintaining a Generator's Cooling System
  • Voltage Drop in a Generator System
  • Testing Standby Generator SetsResistive Versus Reactive
  • Service Entrance - Rated Transfer Switch
  • Key Factors in the Sizing of Generator Sets
  • Auto Transfer Switch Service and Maintenance
  • Guide to Generator Set Installation in Areas of Seismic Activity
  • Short Circuit and Overload Protection Devices Within an Electrical System
  • NiCd versus Lead Acid Starter Batteries for Generator Systems
  • Above-Ground Sub-Base Fuel Tanks for Generator Sets
  • Lubrication Oil Make Up Systems
  • The Key to Standby Generator System Reliability: Planned Maintenance
  • Cold Climate Considerations for Generator Sets
  • Guide to Generator Set Exhaust Systems
  • Vibration Isolation used on Engine Generator Sets
  • Concrete Platforms and Mounting Arrangements for Generator Systems
  • Maintenance of Generator Set System Batteries
  • Diesel Generator Set Fuel System Planned Maintenance
  • Diesel Generator Set General Planned Maintenance Programs
  • NFPA 110 Pertaining to Generator Set Systems Level 1 and 2
  • Wet Stacking of Generator Sets and How to Avoid It
  • 3,000

    Generators Serviced Per Year

    1,600

    PM's Performed Per Year

    6,800

    Pieces of Equipment Tracked

    5,000

    Reports Generated Per Year

    Customer Testimonials

    Ultimate Service Associates has been a company that we have depended on to get any job done put forth to them on time, within budget, and surpassing expectations every time.

    Our company has successfully utilized the services of Ultimate Service Associates, and has been very satisfied with your ability to perform generator system maintenance and repairs I would like to commend you on the quality and professional service you provide to us.

    I have had the fortunate experience to work with the Ultimate Service Associates (USA) team over the past two years. We utilize their services to provide portable power solutions for expansion project for our independent terminal system. I have been completely satisfied with their performance, timely responses, and ease in which they provide their services

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Question - How do I ensure my generators will start when the utility fails?
    Answer – You need an effective planned maintenance generator service schedule.

    Question - Why should a correctly installed generator fail to start?
    Answer – It may be susceptible to fuel deterioration, battery discharge, component corrosion or other issue that only schedule maintenance will diagnose.

    Question – Is it not more economic to use service technicians for other equipment on site to service the generator.
    Answer – No. Only a trained and certified generator technician should perform maintenance on a generator system.

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    Ultimate Service Associates' mission is to provide quality generator system service as a single point of contact nationwide.

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    Tulsa, OK 74105

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