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  • Thank you for your hard work and support this last year. Don't take this personal but the best part of our relationship is I rarely need to talk to you. Your scheduled maintenance program has been excellent and our equipment is running great.

    Lou Fuqua
    Director Operations
    Cardica, Inc.

    Quick Tip: Run Your Unit Every Week!

    October 15, 2013

    The single most important step you can take to preserve your equipment's value and dependability is to...

    Run Your Unit Every Week!

    Why is this so important? Quite simply, engines are made to run - not sit idle in readiness for an emergency. When they sit, all sorts of bad things can happen. Air can get into the fuel lines, lubricating oil can drain from the rubbing parts, water can condensate on electrical parts, and many more. In contrast...

    By running your unit each week (called "exercising the unit"), you accomplish the following:

    a) make the unit happy by preventing bad things from happening and, equaly important,

    b) you get positive verification your unit is ready for a power outage.

    Most units have some type of "exercise clock" that will automatically exercise the unit. If you are not sure, call.


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