Load Bank Rentals

Load Bank Rentals
  • Equipment specification range may include:
  • Resistive and reactive options
  • 3Ø low and medium voltage options
  • Hardwire and/or camlok connections
  • NEMA 3R and NEMA 1 options
  • Trailer mounted and protective frame w/ crane/forklift /pallet jack lifting points options

Working with industry leading suppliers, Trinity Power offers 100kW Load Banks up to 5mW that can be used for both resistive and reactive load requirements. Voltage options include: 600V delta, 480V delta and 208V delta. We also carry a medium voltage line of load banks at 4160V and 13.8V. Most units are portable and any unit under 2500kW is NEMA 1 indoor rated and anything over 2500kW is NEMA 3 outdoor rated.

The applications for load banks are to simulate artificial load in order to validate the correct operational performance of a generator. This equipment will land on site, supply an artificial load and allow the testing company to monitor and generate reports on the functionality of the generator.

If you have any questions about our Load Bank rentals please contact us. One of our Power Specialists will work with you to find the correct solution for your needs.

Industry Articles & Information:

From the Blog
An Emergency Power Checklist for Business

Is Your Business Prepared For a Power Outage?

Spring has arrived and, with it, unpredictable weather and the power outages that often follow. As recently as April 7th, a snow and wind storm caused a major outage in Ontario that affected 45,000 residents. Meanwhile, the spring melt in BC is see...

Gas Plant Case Study

Trinity Goes the Distance To Power A Gas Plant Project

What does it take to deliver a bid-winning temporary power solution? In the case of our recent project at a phase III gas plant, the answer is: 2 designs, 5 vendors including Trinity Power, and 8 equipment locations spread across North America. ...

YVR Jet Fuel Delivery Solution

Fuel Delivery System Construction Underway For YVR

With over 20,000 runway movements and 1.6 million passengers coming and going in February alone, the Vancouver International Airport sees a lot of air traffic. Fueling that air traffic is no small feat. Currently, fuel arrives at the airport b...