Bi-Fuel Generators For Care Facilities

Bi-fuel Generators for Care  Facilities

Each year power outages disrupt operations in many organizations across the US, causing losses of up to $150 billion. Care facilities, with their critical operations and dependence on uninterrupted power for the safety of their residents, are particularly vulnerable. One way care facilities try to mitigate the impact of outages is by using diesel generators. While these generators provide a backup power source, they often encounter challenges. Diesel supply problems, high fuel costs, and CO2 emissions are just some of the drawbacks, resulting in the need for an innovative solution. That’s where OptiBlend® bi-fuel retrofit kits come in.

What Are Bi-fuel Generators?

A bi-fuel generator is a generator that introduces an additional energy source into the fuel mix. With OptiBlend® technology, this means using clean-burning natural gas in addition to diesel. The new system reduces the amount of diesel needed, resulting in lower costs and reduced CO2 emissions. More importantly, it extends your generator’s runtime, keeping your business running longer during power outages.

Typically, the OptiBlend® kit is installed as a retrofit to your generator’s existing system. That means you don’t have to worry about costly modifications to your generator’s fuel delivery system or engine. The new system displaces between 50 and 70 percent of the diesel your generator uses with natural gas while still maintaining performance and efficiency.

The OptiBlend® bi-fuel retrofit kit can be installed quickly and easily, allowing you to get back to business in no time. What’s more, you can opt to switch to using diesel-only instantly by pushing a button, all the while maintaining your generator’s speed and performance.

Bi-fuel OptiBlend®

The innovative OptiBlend® technology is applicable to many different industries. In the healthcare sector, where electricity can mean the difference between life and death, it provides reliable backup power during outages. When there are earthquakes, storms, hurricanes, or other natural disasters, OptiBlend helps ensure that your care facility has the necessary power to keep running.

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By providing a reliable, cost-effective, and CO2 emissions-reducing solution, OptiBlend® is the answer for care facilities that want to make sure they are prepared for any power outage. With its quick installation time and ability to switch back and forth between diesel and natural gas fuel sources, you can get your generator up and running in no time.

Find a representative in your area and learn all you need to know about OptiBlend® bi-fuel generators today. OptiBlend® kits are available worldwide, so call us today.

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*calculation assumes 70% displacement, 1 Gallon CNG = 5.66lbs , Diesel Equivelant = 6.384 lbs
**calculations are based on your input data and are approximations