GENERATOR SET TEST AND INSPECTION AFTER REPAIR OR
Section I. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
The activity performing the repair or overhaul is
responsible for the performance of all applicable tests
and inspections specified herein. Activities performing
erator set must perform those tests and inspections
required by the applicable component or system repair
Section II. INSPECTION
Refer to Table 9-1:
Section III. OPERATIONAL TESTS
The following operational checks will be
The proper operation of all components
under no load and full capacity load conditions.
Proper function and adjustment of all
instruments, controls, gages and lights.
Overheating, vibration and unusual noises.
Record voltage, current, power factor,
frequency and temperature readings at the above loads.
Check operation of control and protective
equipment while conducting the test run and when the
test run periods are completed and the load gradually
removed, shut down the unit after the ¼ hour idle period.
Oil or fuel leaks.
malfunctions occur which may cause
necessary repairs are made.
If the malfunction is minor and will not
damage the generator set, the tests may continue and
defects corrected upon completion of tests.
Inspect for proper functioning, components
which have been overhauled or repaired
Presence of one or more defects shall be
cause for rejection until acceptable repair has been
made. If repair is required to a major component, repeat
the entire operational test.