Load Banks for Government and Military Applications

Comrent is providing solutions for mission-critical power testing infrastructure.

You may know Comrent as being the most experienced provider of load bank rentals in the industry, but you may not have known that we work directly with military and government clients, and are a trusted vendor/subcontractor through leading government contractors.

That means you can count on us for commissioning and maintenance testing of campus power networks at your government and/or military facilities – as well as the diesel and gas turbine generators for applications in Navy and Coast Guard vessels.

Whether you need a 50MW test on a utility substation on base or a 30MW test on a new electrical power system on a ship, Comrent can be your single source for AC and DC load bank testing. Even better, renting from Comrent’s vast selection of load banks eliminates the cost of buying different load bank equipment for every project.

The team of experts at Comrent has provided load banks for testing the new generation of sophisticated electrical systems used in avionics, ground systems, and weaponry research and development. We’re proud of our success in key projects including:

  • Comrent load banks were used to commission the backup diesel generators on CVN 77, the USS George Herbert W. Bush nuclear-powered aircraft carrier
  • As a subcontractor, Comrent used small DC load banks to test several hundred transfer switches that support ground-based systems at Patrick Air Force Base
  • Comrent's proprietary CR922A medium voltage load banks ensured the backup power system on the Coast Guard Icebreaker Mackinaw would continue to protect the “Queen of the Great Lakes”

Learn more about Comrent's load bank solutions for government and military.

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