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  • I have had the pleasure of working closely with Electro-Motion on my fire pumps and emergency generator. They correct problems on the spot and report on anything which may need to be corrected in the future, keeping equipment in top working order saves us all in emergency repairs and costly down time.

    Scott W. Varady
    Director of Engineering
    San Ramon Marriott Hotel

    Now is the Time to Catch Up on Past-Due Services

    May 12, 2020

    The current shelter in place order has caused many businesses to temporarily shut down or operate at minimal capacity. While these circumstances are not ideal, it may give your company an opportunity to perform maintenance that you may otherwise not have been able to authorize due to the potential impact to daily business operations. Remember, the purpose of a preventive maintenane program is to identify potential issues with your equipment before they can escalate into problems that can be of a greater financial impact to your organization.

    As an essential business per Section 13c and 13f of the current shelter in place order, Electro-Motion remains open to support our customers in maintaining their emergency power system integrity during this challenging time.

    Emergency power is essential not only for life-safety purposes, but also a requirement as back-up in the day-to-day operations of many types of businesses here in the Bay Area. Call Electro-Motion now at 650-321-6169 and ask to schedule any past due work in order to keep your emergency generator set system in top operating condition.


    Today, Downtime Isn't Measured by the Day, but by the Minute

    May 4, 2020

    Fuel Testing is the most cost-effective way to prevent downtime.

    "In this industry, the cost of downtime isn't measured by the day, but by the minute." These words, spoken by an engineer employed at one of the largest Data firms in California, couldn't be more true.

    Fuel degrades over time, and quality issues are the leading cause of emergency power failure. Annual tank-bottom inspections and fuel testing can save thousands in repair and downtime costs, and ensure the reliability of standby emergency power.

    In accordance with National Fire Protection Association 110, Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems, 2019 Edition, Electro-Motion has teamed with Dynamic Fuel Solutions to include annual Fuel Inspection & Testing as part of our core maintenance services to bring our customers a comprehensive fuel-testing package that will avoid costly repair and downtime due to preventable fuel-related issues.

    Regardless of tank size, the poorest quality fuel always rests at the lower end of the tank. More importanty, this is the first fuel to be drawn into the engine when the system is called upon. If you're not regularly taking samples from the bottom and mid-level of the tank, you may find out too late that the fuel meant to support your emergency and standby power equipment is out of spec, unfit, or requiring some upkeep to maintain optimal quality and ASTM specifications.

    Improve your emergency backup power system with annual fuel testing. Call Electro-Motion at 650-321-6169 to learn more or to scheudle a fuel inspection & testing service on your unit now.


    Don't Miss This Opportunity to Perform Downtime-Required Maintenance

    April 23, 2020

    With the current shelter in place order causing many businesses to temporarily shut down or operate at minimal capacity, this is the most advantageous time to schedule your Automatic Transfer Switch maintenance when it will have the least impact on day-to-day operations.

    Your Automatic Transfer Switch is an integral component in your emergency backup power system. No matter how well you maintain your emergency generator, if your ATS suffers a complete failure, not only are your business' critical loads down, you're also potentially faced wth a multi-week wait time for a new transfer switch.

    As an essential business per Section 10c and 10f of the current shelter in place order, Electro-Motion remains open to support our customers in maintaining their emergency power system integrity during this challenging time.

    Remember, the purpose of a preventive maintenance program is to identify potential issues with your equipment before they can escalate into problems that can be of a greater financial impact.


    March 31 Health Officer Directive Defines Electro-Motion as Essential Business

    April 1, 2020
     
    Electro-Motion, Inc. will remain open supporting our customers to maintain their emergency power system integrity during this unprecedented and difficult challenge that the Bay Area and several communities in the world are experiencing today.
     
    The new shelter in place order issued March 31, 2020 by the health officer for several counties in the Bay Area exempts "Essential Businesses" as outlined in Section13.
     
    Our #1 priority is to protect the health and well-being of our employees, their families, our customers, and the communities that are supporting products and services that are critical to Life Safety, business continuity, community wellness, and supply.
     
    Our teams are implementing best practices and following protocols outlined by the CDC and government agencies to mitigate exposure and community spread during our interactions at home, in public, at the workplace and while we are onsite at your location.
     
    Our phones will be operating and are monitored 24/7, our expert team of EGSA-certified technicians, support teams, and supplier partners have commited to best practices to ensure we can respond to your needs during this difficult moment in history.
     
    We wish you and your families all the best in the coming weeks.
     
    Thank you for your ongoing business and support.
     
    David McAnelly
    CEO
    Electro-Motion, Inc.
     

    EMI Remains Operative During Bay Area Shelter in Place Directive

    March 17, 2020
     
    Electro-Motion, Inc. will remain open supporting our customers to maintain their emergency power system integrity during this unprecedented and difficult challenge that the Bay Area and several communities in the world are experiencing today.
     
    The shelter in place order issued March 16, 2020 by the health officer for 7 counties in the Bay Area exempts "Essential Businesses" as outlined in Secitons 10c and 10f.
     
    Our #1 priority is to protect the health and well-being of our employees, their families, our customers, and the communities that are supporting products and services that are critical to Life Safety, business continuity, community wellness, and supply.
     
    Our teams are implementing best practices and following protocols outlined by the CDC and government agencies to mitigate exposure and community spread during our interactions at home, in public, at the workplace and while we are onsite at your location.
     
    Our phones will be operating and are monitored 24/7, our expert team of EGSA-certified technicians, support teams, and supplier partners have commited to best practices to ensure we can respond to your needs during this difficult moment in history.
     
    We wish you and your families all the best in the coming weeks.
     
    Thank you for your ongoing business and support.
     
    David McAnelly
    CEO
    Electro-Motion, Inc.
     

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