Best Practice Testing and Commissioning of Mission-Critical Power Generating Equipment on Public Display
Upper Marlboro, MD, October 29, 2013 – Continuing to energize its presence as a global leader in load bank solutions, ComRent today announced the company is hitting the road with its award-winning portfolio at nationwide industry tradeshows and conferences throughout the fall. The company will offer demonstrations and strategic advice on the testing and commissioning of mission-critical power generating equipment for companies across Data Centers, Facilities, and Power industries.
Throughout October and November 2013, ComRent will display and discuss load banks for testing and commissioning of primary and backup electrical generating and mechanical systems. During each event, executives will focus on the power requirements of each industry vertical – from data center commissioning load banks to utility solutions. Events include:
- Design Build Institute of America, November 4-6 - At the DBIA Conference and Expo in Las Vegas, NV (Booth No.806), ComRent will be available to offer insight into the value of commissioning planning from the design phase through project turnover from a design-build perspective.
- Power-Gen International, November 12-14 - During Power-Gen International in Orlando, FL (Booth No. 2453), ComRent will focus on Load Banks for Utilities and onsite generation, offering the only transportable, medium-voltage solution to handle commissioning of transformers, and emergency diesel generators.
- 7x24 Exchange, November 17-19 - At the 7x24 Exchange Fall conference in San Antonio, TX, ComRent will lead attendees through the company’s solutions specifically designed for the data center commissioning process. The rack-mounted and water-cooled load bank technologies offer precision thermal and power testing options for generators, UPS, switchgear, PDUs, and cooling systems for mission critical data center projects.
“Now more than ever, it’s crucial to bring load bank experts on board early in the process — before any design or commissioning takes place. As the power industry is in a rapid state of change, these projects demand strategic counseling even prior to ‘day one,’” said Raul Martinez, CEO and President of ComRent.
For more information on ComRent’s award-winning load banks, please visit: http://www.comrent.com/Solutions/. For deeper insight into the importance of load bank testing and design, access ComRent’s whitepaper covering the three phases of the testing process.
About ComRent International
Founded in 1997, ComRent International, LLC provides load banks for the testing and commissioning of primary and backup electrical generating and mechanical systems. Headquartered in Upper Marlboro, MD, ComRent has 18 strategic locations in the United States, Canada, Brazil, and Saudi Arabia and can meet a wide variety of electrical and thermal load testing requirements anywhere in the world. ComRent built the first and only medium voltage load bank in the rental market for testing large, multi-generator plants and the first rack mount load bank with variable load, CFM and advanced controls. As an industry leader, ComRent boasts the largest set of load banks to support virtually any low and medium-voltage requirement. With more than 2,500 pieces of equipment and 90 miles of cable, the company has the largest load bank and cable fleet in North America. Learn more at www.ComRent.com.
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