Title: Standby Power Generator: Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Safe-Operation

Brunei
Date: 20th – 21st February 2017
Venue: Radisson Hotel, Brunei Darussalam

Kuching
Date: 27th – 28th February 2017

Venue: Riverside Majestic Hotel, Kuching

ABOUT THIS COURSE & WHY ATTEND THIS COURSE?

System Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI) is a reliability indicator used by power utilities to measure the average outage duration experienced by each customer in a year. Sabah recorded a total of 777 minutes in 2014 and 379 in 2015. Far worse than its counterpart, Peninsular Malaysia which recorded a 55 minutes of SAIDI in 2015.

For decades, this regular occurrences of power supply interruption has made Standby Generator a vital asset for most industries in Sabah. Despite its large initial investment, a backup power asset is a form of insurance for businesses to ensur uninterrupted daily operation.

A solid maintenance plan for your generators not only ensures that your business is up and running when you need it most – but it also protects and prolongs the life of your backup power assets by minimizing the need for repairs, increasing reliability and reducing long term costs. This 2 days course will walk the participants through the critical part of maintaining troubleshooting and safe-handling of Standby Generators.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ATTENDING THIS COURSE?

  • To Ensure A 0% Failure Rate Of a Standby Generator
  • Minimise Cost Of Maintenance & Repair of a Standby Generator
  • Optimise The Life Cycle Of This Asset
  • Learn To Troubleshoot And Safely Handle A Standby Generator
  • Selecting The Right Type Of Gen-Set For Your Organization
  • Keep up With The Latest Trends & Technology of Standby Generators

For more information on this course, please do contact us at:

Brunei: Emily: emily@cfrontier.com / +6 088 731412
Kuching: Joan: joan@cfrontier.com / +6088 731570

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