Commander Cares Program
Nursing Home Standby Power Generator Inspection And Maintenance
Receive The First Years Minor Inspection (Free) When You Sign A 3YR Preventative Maintenance Agreement (PMA)*
Commander Power Systems is one of the top providers of service and installations of standby power generators in Nassau and Suffolk counties – currently servicing nursing facilities and large hospitals. Commander Cares, our nursing home standby power generator inspection and maintenance program, ensures facilities satisfy their annual certification requirements.
Our Standby Power Generator Preventative Maintenance Agreements (PMA) provide your facility annually:
- Annual, Quarterly, or Monthly Inspections
- Major Tune-Up Services
- 24/7 Priority Emergency Service
- Priority Repair & Non-Emergency Service Call Scheduling
- Reduced Rate Service Call & Repair Charges
We Know The Facts
Certification Requirements: Inspection and Testing of Emergency Generators
NFPA 101(00), Sec. 126.96.36.199 requires that emergency generators be installed, tested and maintained in accordance with NFPA 110, Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems. Chapter 2 of NFPA 101 references the 1999 edition of NFPA 110.
Buildings that fall under Chapter 18 of NFPA 101(00) and are equipped with or in which patients require the use of life-support systems (e.g. hospitals, nursing homes with residents on ventilators) must also meet the maintenance and testing provisions of the 1999 edition of NFPA 99, Standard for Health Care Facilities [see NFPA 101(00), Sections 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168].
Maintenance and Testing – Applicable Standards
We know the requirements for routine maintenance and operational testing of emergency generators. To support your certification requirements, Commander Power Systems meets the standards outlined in:
- NFPA 1999 Ed – Chapter 6
- NFPA 2002 Ed – Chapter 8
- NFPA 99(99) – Sections 3-4.4, 3-5.4, and 3-6.4
Information on these standards can be found at www.nfpa.org
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We understand that allocating budget for installations, upgrades, and maintenance for standby power generators is difficult and complicated. Our team is prepared to assist you.
- Client equipment must be operational prior to commencement of Preventative Maintenance Agreement (PMA) services.
- Should the client equipment be non-operational, client equipment repairs will be billed at standard rates.
- New 3 Year Preventative Maintenance Agreement (PMA) must include:
- Minimum Qty=1 Major Tune-up Service Annually
- Minimum Qty=1 Minor Inspection Service Annually
- First Years Free ($0) Minor Inspection Service to be preformed during first years major tune-up service