ADE Power FAQ's
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ's / Frequently Asked Questions surrounding ADE Power, generators, the power generation / distribution industry & more.
ADE Power (formerly Advanced Diesel Engineering) was established in 1997 and today is a market-leader in the supply, installation & maintenance of power generation & distribution systems.Read More About ADE Power
To view our available positions or apply for a role at ADE Power, visit our careers page.View Available Positions
We supply organisations within any and every industry that depend on a reliable power supply in order to continue operating. However, our main industry sectors include: Data, Healthcare, Retail, Infrastructure, Petrochemical, Telecoms, Pharmaceutical, Mining & Agriculture.View Industries
ADE Power is based in Yorkshire, UK & New South Wales, Australia, with large manufacturing facilities located in Pontefract (West Yorkshire, UK), Hellaby (South Yorkshire, UK) & Hexham (New South Wales, Australia).See Our Locations
To contact us, visit the contact page where you will find a simple enquiry form as well as our telephone number, email address & business hours.Contact Us
kVA (kilovolt-amps) is a measure of apparent power: it describes the total amount of power being used by a system. Fundamentally, 1 kVA is equal to 1,000 volt amps. Whereas volts is a measurement of electrical pressure and amps is a measure of electrical current, apparent power is equal to the product of the volts and amps.What is kVA?
Most soundproof containers or silent generators use composite materials in their generator enclosures. These are typically layers of hard material intended to reflect the sound energy back inside the enclosure, as well as layers of soft, porous and resilient materials which actually absorb that sound energy, converting it into heat.Silent / Soundproof Generator Enclosures
When it comes to enquiring about a large project involving one or more power generators, there are 6 main factors to consider while in the planning stage: the generator(s), the enclosure, the fuel supply, louvres, synchronising & additional features.Planning a Large Generator Project