Single & 3 Phase Leads
The leads are available in 10 or 20m runs and can be joined for longer runs if required. We stock the following types of leads:
- 10 Amp Single Phase
- 15 Amp Single Phase
- 32 Amp Three Phase
- 63 Amp Three Phase
Power Distribution Boards
Distribution boards are designed to help you harness the power of your generator. With our hire services, you can re-establish mains power in a building or connect to multiple outlets with your equipment. We have a large inventory of distribution boards (10Amp, 15Amp, 32Amp and 63Amp) available at Green Power, our boards are specifically constructed for quick deployment and safe transport for temporary installations. Designed to be easy to use with a plug and play arrangement saving time and cost whilst on the job.
Acoustic Sound Blankets
Reliable temporary fencing panels constructed from tubular steel. Fence panels are supported by 24kg rubber blocks.
Auto Transfer Switch
We have both manual and automatic switches to help you transfer to generator power when you need to. Changeover switches are a useful generator accessory – they are used to transfer a building’s power supply from the mains electricity to a generator system (usually during a power outage).
If you’re looking for an easy transition to generated power, we can set up and Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) in conjunction with a generator to automatically monitor the mains power supply. If this supply is lost for some reason, the ATS will automatically intervene and start the connected generator. The ATS will then transfer the responsibility of power supply to the generator. The entire process happens within a matter of seconds – all without human intervention!
When the mains power is restored, the ATS will check that the supply is steady and transfer the power supply back to the grid. The generator will be shut down after a cool down phase and be ready to go again during any future power outages. If a critical supply is needed, we can run two generators through an ATS where there is no mains power available.
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