Technical Data


Welcome to Kelly Generator & Equipment, Inc. Technical Data section of our web site.


Here you will find access to our information sheets related to specific topics within the power generation industry and brochures and technical information.

Info Sheets

To fulfill our commitment to be the leading supplier in the power generation industry, the KG&E team ensures we are always up-to-date with the current power industry standards as well as industry trends.

As a service, our Information Sheets are circulated on a regular basis to existing and potential power customers to maintain their awareness of changes and developments in standards, codes, and technology within the power industry.

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  • Servicing Diesel Particulate Filters on Diesel Generator Systems
 
  • Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Emissions with Diesel Generator Systemss
 
  • Water Separators for Diesel & NG Generator Systems
 
  • Lubrication Oil Makeup Systems
 
  • EPA Requirements for Diesel Generator Systems in Data Centers
 
  • The Importance of Clean Diesel Fuel Supply for Generator Systems
 
  • Remote Radiator Systems for Generator Sets
 
  • Importance of Grounding Standby Generator Systems
 
  • Bi-Fuel Natural Gas & Diesel Generator Systems
 
  • Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupters
 
  • Troubleshooting Gaseous Generator Systems
 
  • Safety Guidelines for Rental Generator Sets
 
  • Battery Charging Systems Recommended for Standby Generator Sets
 
  • Predicting Generator Failure Issues by Remote Monitoring
 
  • Auto Transfer Switch Service and Maintenance
 
  • Specifying a Generator Set for Telecommunication Cell Towers
 
  • Maintenance of a Generator Set Systems Batteries
 
  • Guide to Generator Set Exhaust Systems
 
  • Reliable Residential Power During Extended Outages
 
  • Generator Applications in Healthcare Facilities
 
  • Specifying a Generator Set for a Data Center
 
  • Selection of Rental Generators
 
  • Diesel Generator Set General Planned Maintenance Programs
 
  • Differences Between 80% and 100% - Rated Circuit Breakers
 
  • Final EPA Emissions (Standby & Prime) for Stationary Spark Ignition Generators
 
  • Diesel Generator Set Fuel System Planned Maintenance
 
  • Types of ATS’s and Application in Generator Set Systems
 
  • Exhaust Emission Standards for Larger Spark-Ignition Engines
 
  • Cold Climate Considerations for Generator Sets
 
  • Service Entrance Rated Transfer Switches
 
  • Testing Standby Generator Sets - Resistive Versus Reactive
 
  • EPA Emissions Standards for Emergency Standby Diesel Generator Sets
 
  • Engine Block Heaters for Generator Sets
 
  • Monitoring Systems for Generator Systems
 
  • NFPA 110 Levels 1 and 2 Standards for Generator Systems
 
  • The Importance of Maintaining a Generator’s Cooling System
 
  • The Key to Standby Generator System Reliability
 
  • Guide to Generator Set Installation in Areas of Seismic Activity
 
  • Wet Stacking and How to Avoid it
 
  • EPA Emissions Standards for NON - Emergency Standby Diesel Generator Sets
 
  • Generator Systems in Areas of Seismic Activity
 
  • Alternative Fuel Options for Generator Set Systems
 
  • Considering Instantaneous Voltage Dip Versus Sustained Voltage Dip
 
  • Vibration Isolation Used on Engine Generator Sets
 
  • Guide to Delivering Gas to Gas Fueled Generator Sets
 
  • Fuel Maintenance for Diesel Generator Sets
 
  • Key Factors In Sizing Generator Set Systems
 
  • The Paralleling of Generator Systems - Basics, Applicable UL Codes and When to Use
 
  • Three Cycle vs. Series Rated Automatic Transfer Switches
 
  • Sound Attenuation of Generator Set Systems
 
  • When Should Neutral Be Switched – ATS
 

Corporate Headquarters (Owings, MD)

1955 Dale Lane

Owings, MD 20736


Phone: 410-257-5225

Fax: 410-257-5227

Butler, PA

295B Delwood Rd.

Butler, PA 16001


Phone: 800-677-3815

Fax: 410-257-5227