Cummins has engine and generator set technicians, control engineers and electrical systems experts to get your plant up and running, and keep it running. We can design, supply, install and service all power system components, as well as make modifications to existing power systems.
We offer numerous training courses for our customers as well as for Cummins distributors. Training for engineers, operators and technicians is available on site at your plant or office, at our distributor locations worldwide, or at our factory training centers in the United States, United Kingdom and Singapore. Courses range from a general overview to in-depth maintenance and troubleshooting of Cummins products. For more information, choose the link that best describes your training needs:
Maintenance and Operations Agreements
Our service agreements can provide some or all of your operating and maintenance needs, freeing you to concentrate on your core business. We can guarantee power system up-time, parts, maintenance, and operation and maintenance costs for one year or 15 years for total peace of mind.
We offer numerous training courses at our factory facilities in Fridley, Minnesota, USA; Daventry, United Kingdom and Singapore. We also offer them at our distributor locations worldwide, or even conduct them at your plant or office. Courses are available for diesel and natural gas generator sets and related products at three levels: "familiarization," "user," and "technician." For example, we offer "Electrics for Mechanical Engineers" to support your on-site engineers, and "Cogeneration Training" to familiarize your personnel with reciprocating engine-based combined heat and power systems. For more information on available training please visit our Continuing Education page.
Power generation equipment sometimes requires special tools for service or an overhaul. We can rent the tools you need at a fraction of the cost of buying your own.
Upgrades and Reconditioning Services
Electrical, mechanical and control system factory upgrades are frequently introduced to help keep your power system running at top efficiency. These improvements can often be retrofitted to existing power systems to extend their useful life.