OWINGS, MD -- (Marketwire) -- 10/17/12 -- ComRent International, the leading global provider of load bank rentals and service, has recently increased its Canadian inventory to include Load Bank equipment specifically designed to meet Canadian Standards Association (CSA) guidelines for testing and acceptance of power systems. With "no waiting" inventory, ComRent's Canadian customers can immediately begin to leverage CSA-rated equipment to test power loads of up to 89,336 kW and 22,535 kVAR.
With the largest load bank and cable fleet in North America, ComRent empowers customers to test any load -- low or medium voltage, AC or DC. As the exclusive provider of transportable medium-voltage load banks that do not require transformers, the company enables customers across North America to conduct faster, more accurate testing.
"Supplying load banks for testing and commissioning of core power systems is not just a division of our business -- it's our only business," said Clay Taylor, Founder & CEO of ComRent. "This is why ComRent has taken a proactive approach to meeting CSA requirements. By giving immediate access to CSA-rated load banks, customers can now leverage our technology faster and at a lower cost. This means mission critical testing can be done both on-time and on-budget while meeting strict industry guidelines' -- a mandatory element for any business -- critical power testing initiative."
ComRent offers more than 2,500 pieces of load bank equipment and 90 miles of cable. The company has the largest set of inventory to support virtually any low- and medium-voltage requirement -- offering a single resource for whatever electrical or thermal load customers require. ComRent has performed more than 30,000 load tests with a 99.99% on-site success rate.
Continued Taylor, "At ComRent, we know accurate and on-time testing is key to protecting the credibility of our customers. With today's announcement, we're giving them yet another way to protect their reputations and achieve success in this highly competitive business environment."
ComRent's Right, Ready, & Reliable service centers in Edmonton, Montreal, and Toronto are available to serve any power testing needs. Contact one of ComRent's Canadian centers by phone or email: (888) 881 -7118 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about ComRent and the company's newly CSA-rated equipment in Canadian inventory centers, please visit: http://www.comrent.com/Solutions/load-bank-rentals.html
About ComRent International
Since 1997, ComRent International has been providing Industrial Electrical professionals and facility engineers with reliable, electrical and thermal load banks, transformers, cables and switch-gear to commission and test mission-critical electrical and mechanical systems in high-performance structures such as data centers, healthcare facilities, nuclear power plants, municipal wastewater treatment plants and commercial cruise ships. ComRent offers North America's largest inventory of load banks, transformers, switchgear and cables. Its load bank rental solutions and value-added consulting services help construction managers and facility engineers validate designs, installations, total system performance and even LEED compliance. With 20 global distribution centers strategically located across the U.S., Canada, Brazil and Saudi Arabia, ComRent makes it possible to quickly and cost-effectively identify potential power and performance issues in these environments -- where uptime is paramount to continued operation. For more information, please visit www.ComRent.com.
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