No Cost CEU and PDH Credits
Kinsley offers topics just for engineers, these courses are a great way to earn CEU credits while building useful knowledge and skills.
Basic explanation of components of a generator set. Explanation of: fuel systems, cooling systems, accessories, enclosures, and applications
Explanation of types of automatic transfer switches, application, and operation. NEC requirements and healthcare applications, coordination study
Explanation of types of paralleling switchgear (gen-util, gen-gen, util-util) , Applications: standby, redundant, and utility peak shaving.
Codes and Standards – 2017 update
Review of federal EPA emissions regulations as applies to emergency and non-emergency generators, tier levels, applications, operating hours, maintenance, and record keeping
NYCRR Part 222 Distributed Generation Sources Revised Express Terms
Review of new legislation which specifically allies to generators used as distributed generation sources. Applicability, definitions, compliance options, records keeping
The recommended procedure for sizing a generator for standby and prime applications. Review of: environmental considerations, fuel systems, types of loads, and how motor starting methods affect the size of a generator.
Explanation of different types of fuel systems as they apply to standby and prime generators. Topics include: code requirements for onsite fuel, diesel systems and alternate fuels, natural gas, and propane
Troubleshooting onsite generating systems
Topics include: formal troubleshooting process, data analysis, data validation, and solution process