Current generators come in many different sizes and types, from small ones that are used for homes to very large, industrial appliances. Here are some of the most common uses of generators:
- Emergencies – whether you get frequent power cuts in your home before your Arvada electricians can arrive or you need to prevent the downtime caused by power shortages in your offices or for your other, energy-sensitive operations, generators are great devices to supply the energy you need for the time of the black-out;
- Camping – a small generator might give you the comfort you need while out camping. You can use your unit to power your music center, your lights, a fan or even an electric skillet to prepare your food;
- Construction – construction sites usually have no electricity, at least during the initial phases of site preparation, when utilities are not yet introduced. There are many processes that need electricity even during these phases, therefore generators are essential for any building site;
- Concerts and festivals – in some cases, the energy needed for powering the stages and for supplying the electricity needed for food trucks and other facilities is supplied from the grid, but the energy to be consumed during these events is usually supplied by large and very complex generators.