Bi-Fuel Kohler Generators For Care Facilities

Bi-fuel Kohler Generators for Care Facilities

Care facilities such as hospitals and nursing homes use diesel generators as backup power sources. Backup generators power electrical systems and ensure seamless operations during power outages.

While effective, diesel generators have a major drawback—limited runtime due to finite diesel fuel supply during a crisis. By switching to a bi-fuel configuration, diesel generators can overcome this challenge.

Dual-fuel backup generators run on a combination of diesel and natural gas to reduce reliance on diesel fuel while significantly extending runtime. Care facilities located in disaster-prone areas can readily benefit from switching to bi-fuel diesel generators.

Dual-fuel systems can help overcome the logistical challenges of securing a steady diesel supply during a crisis. Hurricanes, fires, floods, tornadoes, and earthquakes often disrupt supply chains and damage roads, cutting off consumers from suppliers.

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Facilities with traditional diesel generators can retrofit them into a dual-fuel system using aftermarket technology. OptiBlend® is a premium fuel blending system that reliably turns diesel generators into efficient dual-fuel systems.

The conversion kits comprise a control module, sensors, natural gas regulator, a mixer, and other necessary components. The system is designed to blend natural gas with the intake air in a precise ratio to optimize engine performance, increase runtime, and reduce emissions.

Care facilities with retrofitted bi-fuel diesel generators can significantly extend their runtime and reduce their consumption of diesel fuel by up to 70%. Retrofitting a backup generator with OptiBlend enables care facilities to overcome the challenges posed by extended power outages.

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The increasing frequency of natural disasters highlights the need for reliable backup power. Traditional diesel-only backup generators often run out of fuel during extended power outages. Retrofitting them with an OptiBlend® kit can increase their runtime and reduce overhead costs.

Further, switching to a bi-fuel diesel generator reduces a care facility’s reliance on fossil fuel and shrinks its carbon footprint. It drastically reduces the risks associated with power outages or running out of fuel during a crisis.

A steady and consistent power source ensures minimal service interruption. All the systems in the facility, including power, lighting, and HVAC, run as expected. It helps ensure safety and security for residents, caregivers, and visitors.

Reliable backup power helps protect human lives by powering critical medical devices, including respirators running during power outages. Additionally, care facilities can safeguard temperature-sensitive medication by storing it within the prescribed temperature range without worrying about losing power. Weathering such disasters unscathed can help bolster a care facility’s reputation and curry favor with potential residents.

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Ready to shield your care facility from unexpected power outages? Consult an OptiBlend® expert today!

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