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Peterson Power Systems has earned our customers’ respect by consistently providing excellence in products and service. We are a recognized leader of distributed power for:
Rental generator sets, are the go-to in the event of power failure. Fast, modular and scalable, rental power is a common staple in contingency plans. These plans should be reviewed and updated often, especially when plant equipment is updated or replaced.
Imagine you are contracted to supply power for a nationally televised sporting event and the power goes out, twice.
Peterson Power Systems, Inc.—authorized Cat engine dealer to customers in California, Oregon, and southwest Washington—has earned the respect and loyalty of our customers by consistently providing excellence in products and service.
Wine production requires a carefully maintained temperature. During the production process, each batch of grapes is carefully handled before and after fermentation.
When you don’t have power for your manufacturing lines, you’re not making money. Peterson Power Systems, Inc. provides both permanent and temporary power systems to keep up with your manufacturing or planned outage schedule.
In 2009, the single largest piece of gear that Peterson Power Systems ever sold was delivered: a fully self contained electrical switchgear building measuring over fifty feet long, sixteen feet wide, and sixteen feet tall. The unit weighed nearly one hundred thousand pounds, and was the primary piece of equipment in a multimillion dollar electrical upgrade project for the City of San Francisco’s Water Department.
Assistant Chief Engineer, Nicholas Stoliar, explains how El Camino Hospital reacted to a major equipment failure. With help from Peterson Power, he had a 300 ton chiller delivered in nine hours.
By David C. Oehl, President
Maven Power, LLC, Houston, TX 77070
The main electricity and telecommunications services provider for Costa Rica, Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) (English: Costa Rican Institute of Electricity) experienced an electric power shortage in the largest city in the country, San Jose. A severe rainstorm caused flooding that damaged the city’s hydroelectric power plant. Two different plant locations were affected, and an immediate solution was crucial.