Keeping Your Generators Compliant with NFPA 110
The NFPA (National Fire Protection Agency) Standard 110 is the standard for testing emergency and stand-by generators. This standard outlines ways to prevent the disruption of critical loads in case of emergency. The standard also lists the tests necessary to fall within compliance with the authorities who have jurisdiction (AHJ) for code enforcement. However, the NFPA 110 only provides a recommendation on the tests that should be performed; they are set by the following entities:
- Manufacturer’s Recommendation
- Instruction Manuals
- NFPA 110 Chapter 8 Minimum Requirements
- AHJ (Authorities Having Jurisdiction) Requirements
Are your generators compliant?
Testing the diesel fuel in stand-by power generators is critical for the safety of those who may be in need of emergency power. The tests necessary to remain compliant with the standards set by the NFPA for your area may vary, but the frequency of testing should be monthly to ensure that the stand-by generators will work up to spec if called upon.
Contact POLARIS Laboratories® today to learn more and to get diesel fuel testing set up for your stand-by power generators today!
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