Bex's New Website Explains Variety Of Generators

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A new website is making it easier than ever for Bex customers to learn about the myriad types of generators the company offers.

A new website ( is making it easier than ever for Bex customers to learn about the myriad types of generators the company offers.

"We wanted to be able to give visitors to our website more information about which types of generators would be best suited for their needs," says owner Maury Schwegman. "There are so many options for generators, and we wanted our site to be an easy reference to help customers determine what they need."

The company provides industrial and commercial generators throughout the United States and around the world. Types of generators sold include natural gas, diesel and electric, among others. Each has benefits and uses, all of which are explained on the new site. Natural gas generators, for instance, tend to have a longer lifespan, extended run times and cleaner burning. Industrial electric generators are best suited for businesses such as power generation plants, wine storage facilities and electronic manufacturing plants.

"We also have generators that will help keep anyone's business up and running, regardless of weather or power conditions," Schwegman says. "Every company is concerned about power loss, but in some situations it could be critical to the survival of your business. By having a generator, you are all but guaranteeing that your product and business will remain viable if the power goes out."

Especially in areas where there are thunderstorms or frequent power outages, these generators can be crucial to the survival of the business. Should the power go out, the generator will allow production to be able to continue and employees will still be able to do their work without having to sit around and wait for the power to come back on. Without a generator to keep service uninterrupted, companies could be looking at wasted time and money - something no company can afford, especially in today's economy.

"Consider, too, hospitals and medical facilities," Schwegman says. "If any other piece of equipment were to stop working, you could likely use another piece from another department. But if a generator stops working and there is a power outage, lives could then be at stake. Machines that monitor patients will no longer function, and devices that provide medication and oxygen will shut down.

"There are other such places that require constant power, such as police and fire stations, prisons and air traffic control towers," Schwegman continues. "All are required to have generators to keep things running smoothly in the event of an outage. We remind officials in such places that these generators will wear out with time, so they always want to make sure they have one that is in top condition - just in case."

In addition to the information about the types of generators the company offers, the new site also lists specs for generator sets, an important factor when determining which generator to purchase.

"We encourage visitors to our site to read over all of the information we have provided," Schwegman says. "I think they will find what they are looking for, but we do know that sometimes the information can be confusing. We are always available to answer any questions."

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