UK-leading generator specialist, Dieselec Thistle Generators (DTG), has published its very own comprehensive ‘Gen Set Guide’ – a complete guide to generators including the generator basics, external generators sets, plant room installations and control systems, as well as a handy jargon buster.
John Kinstrie, Solution Sales Manager, led the project for Dieselec Thistle Generators. He said: “We wanted to bring something new to the market that would be a free, helpful, resource for our customers. In bringing the Gen Set Guide together, there has been a significant investment in time and knowledge across our team, and so we are delighted that the finished article, volume one, is now available.”
Ian Arbuckle, Senior Electrical Engineer at Rybka, is already putting his Gen Set Guide to good use. He said: “The Gen Set Guide is an invaluable resource, and it’s great to see a company pro-actively producing such a publication, and really thinking about the needs of the customer. It means I now have all the information I need at my finger tips without the need to go searching through a variety of different sources, so it’s a real time saver.”
Dieselec Thistle Generators (DTG)
Working with customers throughout the country, DTG is the UK’s leading generator specialist. It supplies, installs and maintains diesel generators, providing customers with products, support and advice throughout the life cycle of their generator set.
Operating from its 6.3 acre head office facility, the 80,000 sq ft warehouse space accommodates workshops, a parts distribution depot, the biggest load test cell in the country as well as the largest stock of generators in the UK. DTG holds up to £2m of generators at its warehouse, and supplies from six to 3,000KVA – to ensure customers can quickly be provided with the right solution for their power needs.
The DTG team of expert sales engineers and skilled service technicians operate the length and breadth of the country providing comprehensive support across a range of industry sectors including commercial, construction, retail, data centres, health and government. DTG currently employees 60 staff, with a further three apprentices starting soon.