Load Bank Applications
Crestchic provide load bank rental services across the globe for both resistive and resistive-reactive applications.
With over 40 years of experience, we can tailor a load bank test to your exact requirements and delivery specification. From a small 20kW unit on a supply-only short term rental, to large multi-megawatt high voltage projects managed by our own experienced engineers, our load banks are available when and where you want them.
The reliability of a power supply feeding modern medical systems is of paramount importance. Crestchic can test back-up generators and UPS systems.
Crestchic provides load bank testing systems to companies around the globe, commissioning generators and turbines and testing back up systems used in the oil and gas sectors.
Both cruise ships and cargo ships require regular testing to ensure the smooth and efficient transportation of passengers and goods. Crestchic is a leader in turbine testing.
With power outages being the biggest single cause of datacentre downtime, Crestchic works tirelessly with sector leaders to provide a comprehensive testing solution.
Downtime at a mining and drilling plant can cause catastrophic delays and incur mounting costs. Crestchic can test generator systems at these plants to ensure downtime is not an issue.
Damage to lifting systems through regenerative power can be a costly problem. Crestchic’s load banks help negate the power issues by removing the cause of the problem.
The Crestchic team is looking forward to meeting customers, prospects and colleagues at this year’s PowerEx Live event, which takes place on 7th December 2023, at the Park Plaza Hotel, Westminster, London. PowerEx Live offers networking opportunities for...
WHY USE A LOAD BANK?
Load banks are primarily used for testing electrical power output on diesel generators, gas turbines and UPS systems whilst carrying out commissioning and maintenance work.
The load banks are used for simulating real electrical loads enabling essential setup and commissioning which ensures that all electrical and control parameters are met prior to power generation/back up equipment being energized on line.