Meet Our OnSite Generator Institute Sponsors
Briggs & Stratton
Briggs and Stratton is an American Fortune 1000 manufacturer of gasoline engines, based out of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. The production average per year is around 10 million units. Their engines are most commonly used on lawnmowers, pressure washers, electrical generators and much more.
Mosebach was originally the supplier of electrical gear for coal mines in PA and WV. Today, Mosebach is a designer, manufacturer and distributor of Dynamic Braking Systems, Dynamic Braking Resistors, AC and DC Load Banks, Electric Heaters, Neutral Grounding Resistors, and High-Power Resistors.
Gillette is the supplier of the standby and power generators for: waste water, institutional, commercial, industrial, oil/gas, telecom, military and high end residential markets. Gillette Generators is based off of Elkhart, Indiana.
ComAp is a designer and manufacturer of control products for power generation and engine control but also accessories and software associated with it.
Gen-Tracker is a universal monitoring solution for standby generators. Gen-Tracker monitors a generator’s critical functions 24 hours a day and companies receive a text message or email when a change in status or failure occurs.
Power Temp Systems
PowerTemp has been focusing on building the best portable power distribution equipment since 1991. They have developed a full line of standard portable electrical products that use the most current technology.
Semler Industries is the manufacturer and distributor of industrial liquid handling equipment. Our products have a computer-aided design and are combined with skilled component selection and fabrication process to create a cost-effective and high quality system.