By their nature, emergency generators are complicated. The resulting standards that deal with generators are complicated. I provide workshops on NFPA 110, 99, 70, 70E, and 25 to explain these codes in layman’s terms.
If you don’t understand it, it is difficult to enforce!
Look at these videos, in particular the one on remote manual stop stations.
Any contractor can look at this article to get it right. A surveyor can use this article to make sure the contractor did his job. This is a Life Safety issue! Now look at the owner’s inspection and testing requirements. My articles explain the provisions of NFPA 110. Again, Life Safety.
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