Kohler Generator Maintenance, Service, And Scheduled Maintenance Solutions
Whatever the scale of your operation, Generator Power is your nationwide one-stop shop for all of your power needs. In addition to maintenance, we also provide refuelling, fuel polishing, portable rental generators, load bank services, complete engine rebuilds, along with disaster response and electrical services. We are your one source for power generation, we have teams with the knowledge on how to make sure your systems stay operational whenever you need it.
Arranging for scheduled maintenance service, field service, emergency service and support, Generator Power is ready to help you with all of your Kohler generator repair & servicing needs. Our power generator service teams are available to provide a variety of services:
- General inspection
- Troubleshooting and system diagnostics
- Lubrication service
- Cooling system service
- Fuel system service
- Servicing and testing batteries
- Regular engine exercise
Contact Generator Power About Your Kohler generator service & Repair Needs
To schedule a generator service or learn more about Generator Power services, contact your nearest office.
This Is What Working With Generator Power Gives You
Reliability and Peace of Mind
We offer planned generator maintenance, essential to the reliable operation of any power generation system in Australia. One of the most important reasons for having a planned maintenance agreement for your generator is that it offers you peace of mind, knowing that your Kohler generators are protected and that any minor issues are diagnosed before becoming a serious issue. This all results in reduced unscheduled downtime, and overall – lower generator repair costs.
Maintenance Packages Customised to Your Operational Needs
The best way to ensure the continuous operation of your power generation equipment is with an ongoing maintenance program. Generatorld Power takes a proactive approach toward Kohler power system maintenance solutions. Our plans help maximise the life of your generator equipment, minimise downtime and prevent the inconvenience and cost of unplanned outages due to equipment failure.
Extensive Service Coverage
We service all generator sets, transfer switches, and switchgear. Our certified generator technicians are experienced and very knowledgeable on the recommendations for every generator application, as well as for supplying genuine Kohler generators and parts.
Kohler Co., founded in 1873 by John Michael Kohler, is an American manufacturing company based in Kohler, Wisconsin. Kohler is best known for its plumbing products, but the company also manufactures furniture, cabinetry, tile, engines, and generators. Destination Kohler also owns various hospitality establishments in the United States and Scotland. In February 2017, Kohler Co. acquired UK-based Clarke Energy from the management team and ECI Partners, a multinational specialist in the engineering, construction, installation and maintenance of engine-based power plants and is an authorised distributor of GE’s reciprocating engines in 19 countries worldwide.
Some Kohler History
Kohler Co. was co-founded in 1873 by Austrian immigrant John Michael Kohler and Charles Silberzahn with the purchase of the Sheboygan Union Iron and Steel Foundry from Kohler’s father-in-law, Jacob Vollrath, for $5000. Early products included cast iron and steel farm implements, castings for furniture factories, and ornamental iron pieces including cemetery crosses and settees. A breakthrough came in 1883 when John Michael applied enamel to a cast-iron horse trough to create the company’s first bathtub. The company has been primarily in the plumbing business ever since and is known for its plumbing fixtures.
In the early 20th century, Kohler made drinking fountains with a “bubbling valve”, from which water shot vertically. Eventually, the entire fountain came to be known as a “bubbler” in the area in which Kohler products were sold. The term bubbler is still used in a few areas of Wisconsin and some other areas of the United States.
In 1934 and 1954, Kohler Strikes took place. A third strike took place in 1983 and lasted only a few weeks. On November 15, 2015, workers voted for the 2015 Kohler Strike, making it the fourth strike in the company’s history.