The first step is to prepare the site where the generator set will be installed. This may include leveling the ground, installing a concrete pad, or constructing a weatherproof shelter for the generator set.
FUEL SYSTEM INSTALLATION:
The generator set will need a fuel source, typically either diesel or gasoline. A fuel tank and fuel delivery system will need to be installed and connected to the generator set.
The generator set is need or require to running electrical cables and connecting to the electrical system, including the transfer switch and main service panel.
COOLING SYSTEM INSTALLATION:
The generator set will need a cooling system to regulate the temperature of the engine. This will typically involve installing a radiator and connecting it to the generator set.
CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION:
A control panel will need to be installed to control and monitor the generator set. This will typically involve installing a control panel and connecting it to the generator set.
INSULATION AND SOUNDPROOFING:
Insulation work must comply with local building regulations, the insulation work should have a good understanding and be able to ensure that the work is performed in compliance.
START-UP AND TESTING:
After the generator set is installed and connected, it will need to be started and tested to ensure that it is operating correctly. This may include testing the electrical connections, fuel system, and cooling system.