When businesses, government agencies, nonprofits and NGOs need temporary, portable power, they often turn to leased or rented generators. That’s a viable solution, but it can be challenging to connect, maintain and later disconnect the portable power. Too often, buildings are not set up to receive portable power, and the result is long, heavy runs of auxiliary power cables that are publicly accessible. Not to mention requirements for onsite electricians and lack of flexibility.
The solution – a generator docking station that provides a permanent connection point between the portable generator power supply and the building’s electrical system.
Trystar Generator Docking Stations are designed to safely connect and disconnect a portable generator to a building, lift station, or portable piece of equipment. During a power outage, a generator docking station allows you to quickly return power without an electrician, which helps protect your building from the risks and costs of power loss.
Generator Docking Stations can also be used to support temporary and emergency power needs for pandemic response, mass casualty disasters and other urgent needs, including medical testing/screening centers and temporary hospitals.
Usually, during a power failure or emergency, electricians are in high-demand, resulting in shortages and additional fees. Trystar generator docking stations make it easy for you to restore power to your building with minimal delay.
Other benefits include: