The HVAC equipment is powered by your electrical system and its distributional network, and when ‘Hydro’ fails a reliable generator is required to keep it all working!
In the event of the power going out or a natural emergency, the last thing you want is to shut down operations. Especially if it is due to a generator or electrical maintenance not being up-to-date. Ensuring all components of your HVAC-R units are up and running is imperative to protecting your business or building in an emergency.
To mitigate potential shutdowns, Coral Canada Wide Ltd. offers a range of predictive and preventative maintenance programs to keep equipment operational. Without regular maintenance equipment will deteriorate faster, resulting in a higher cost to building owners.
Electrical preventative maintenance is as an essential part of the overall health of your HVAC-R and generator units. We schedule regular electrical maintenance checks to ensure everything remains in working order. This includes checking electrical wiring for exposed wiring and tightening connections. Control panels, fans, blower motors, and capacitors are also inspected.
While a ‘quick fix’ may temporarily solve the issue, it won’t resolve it. At Coral Canada Wide Ltd., we employ problem solvers. Our certified technicians can get to the root cause of a problem and often fix it right away. The result is minimized impact and damage to your business or property. Coral’s rigorous inspection guidelines are in place to predict and prevent an issue before it happens.
Coral’s goal is to help your commercial business lower its costs while increasing operational reliability. Our predictive and preventative maintenance, advanced diagnostic systems, and team of journeyman technicians nationwide help us achieve that. Coral offers 24-hour emergency service, 365 days a year to be there when you need us most.
A well-maintained generator will reduce the impact of a power outage by ensuring your business stays up and running. With generator maintenance, the starters and contactors should be checked regularly for wear and tear. Batteries should also be tested often and replaced as needed. Coral’s generator technicians will assess the equipment and provide a detailed maintenance schedule designed to protect your business.
- Panel Changes
- Surge Suppression Devices
- Phase Monitoring
- Lighting Audits
- Lighting Retrofits
- Circuit panel changes and upgrades
- New circuit installation
- Electrical repairs
- Outlet wiring
- New electrical installations
- Appliance wiring
- Electrical wiring & re-wiring projects
- Cracked generators
- Leaking generators
- Improper engine load
- Radiator damage
- Lack of fuel pressure
- Generator power failure
- Malfunctioning generator controls & sensors