70kW Generac Liquid-Cooled Generator installed in Coral Gables

Posted On: April 18, 2013

Reliable Power Systems technicians can handle whatever generator installation needs you may have. For example, we recently installed a whole-house 70kW Generac liquid-cooled generator in Coral Gables, complete with a custom engineered and reinforced concrete pad built to withstand a force of 4,000 PSI.

Let us put our expertise to work for you when the time comes that you are ready to have a generator installed. No matter how small or large the model you choose, we will have it up and running as efficiently and quickly as possible.

Generac 70kW liquid-cooled generators run so quietly that you may well forget you even have a generator until the time comes that you need it. Not only is this model perfect for large homes, it can even power small- to medium-sized businesses.

Generac 70 kW Liquid-Cooled Generator Features in Coral Gables

Advanced engine – This model comes with an industry-leading engine that only needs to run at 1,800 rpm, meaning it will not only be significantly quieter than competing generators, it also has a longer engine and alternator life and greater fuel efficiency.

Test mode – The 70kW generator also features a Quiet-Test mode that runs weekly to ensure proper operations. Compared to competing models, Generac generators’ test mode consumes less fuel and is much more environmentally friendly.

Fuel – Generac models can easily connect to a liquid propane or natural gas fuel supply, providing reliable performance at significantly lower fuel costs.

Durability – Generac generators have a standard, all-weather aluminum enclosure that not only provides superior protection against the elements, but also naturally fights corrosion. This is a must in South Florida’s humid, salt-air climate.

Intelligent controls – All Generac generators come equipped with the company’s Nexus controller, which makes it easy to monitor the status of your generator and program functions as well. It comes with an easy-to-read LCD display and key panel. An optional wireless remote monitor allows an owner to monitor the generator’s operation without having to go into the elements.

Differences Between Liquid-Cooled and Air-Cooled Generators in Coral Gables

Much like an automobile, liquid-cooled generators use enclosed radiator systems for cooling. Larger generators such as the 70kW model use this type of system due to the higher power output it provides. The increased horsepower of these larger engines make them perfect for providing back-up power for larger homes, as well as businesses such as restaurants, convenience stores and offices.

Air-cooled generators, on the other hand, have engines that force air across the engine for cooling. This type of generator is good for homeowners who want a smaller generator to back up critical circuits as opposed to having a larger unit powering their entire home.

Regardless of whether you choose a liquid-cooled or air-cooled model, a Generac generator will provide the reliable power you need when an outage occurs. Call Reliable Power Systems and we will work closely with you to help you choose the right size model for your needs.