Generator installations are complicated. Building Codes change and there are many that apply to your generator installation. NFPA 110—the generator code, NFPA 99—Health Care Facilities, NFPA 101—Life Safety, NFPA 25—Water Based Fire Suppression, NFPA 70—NEC among others may be municipal or state law with fines and imprisonment attached. At best, if you get it wrong you may be exposed to legal action in civil court.
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