If you have recently bought a diesel generator for using it in your factory or for an upcoming party, follow the safety tips given below to avoid any accident or injury due to mishandling.
- Always read the instruction manual when using your generator. The instruction manual would familiarize you with the basic safety procedures for handling the generator.
- Never keep your diesel generator indoors as it emits harmful gases such as carbon monoxide which can prove to be fatal if inhaled. Place the generator outdoors so that fumes can escape easily into the outside air.
- Make sure that children and pets are kept away from the generators and they are not allowed to touch it.
- Do not connect the diesel generator to your main power grid as it can result in power overloads.
- Cover up the generator with a roof-like structure to protect it from rain and wet weather conditions.
- To prevent the generator from stopping abruptly, make sure that someone is always there to refuel the generator when it starts running low.
- While refuelling the generator, keep in mind that it is going to be very hot if it has been running for many hours. Before you re-fuel the generator read the instruction manual carefully.
- Maintain your diesel generator regularly to keep it in good condition and to get the most out of it.