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  • Mining Expo


    Total Power’s Sudbury location will be attending the Canadian Mining and Industrial Expo coming up on May 2-3 2012. The Canadian Mining and Industrial Expo is considered Canada’s leading mining trade show. The Expo is taking place in the heart of Canada’s mining cluster, Sudbury, Ontario; the ideal location for Canada’s mining trade show.
    With over 1000 people attending from all over the world, Total Power looks forward to being among the elite of the mining industry.

    For more information please call 800-461-7071. Feel free to stop buy and visit Total Power Limited at our booth!
    Thank you for your continued support and keep on eye out for more of Total Power Events.

  • April Tradeshows


    Total Power participated in two tradeshows over the past month. One was hosted by the ORCA and OLTCA, “Together We Care” was the largest gathering of healthcare professionals across Canada. As Total Power recently joined the two organizations, the tradeshow was a new opportunity to get connected with the healthcare industry. A small give-away draw took place after the 2-day show and Total Power would like to congratulate Kerry Chartrand on winning a variety-pack of gift cards.

    Shortly after “Together We Care,” Total Power attended Springfest 2012 at the Metro Convention Centre. This was a day-only show directed at property managers, building owners, plant managers and engineers, facility managers, building operations staff and others responsible for the maintenance, repair, retrofit and management of all forms of buildings. Total Power conducted another draw and would like to congratulate Maggie Wu on winning a gift card on behalf of Total Power.

    Thank you everyone who took the opportunity to visit our booths at these tradeshows.
    Keep your eyes open for more Total Power Events!

  • Rogers Wireless


    A variety of outdoor and indoor units supporting telecommunications shelters throughout the province of Ontario. These remote sites are equipped with upsized alternators to assist with UPS harmonics. A specialist in the telecom industry, Generac Power Systems has deployed over 30,000 units to various telecom towers throughout North America.

  • Toronto Zoo


    The generators tie into a high-voltage transfer switch and are used to back up the power for the indoor animal and plant pavilions requiring climate control for survival.

  • Algoma Manor


    Algoma Manor is a nursing home that provides quality long-term health care to 96 residents in Thessalon, Ontario. Over 100 employees are currently employed at this location. Unit is housed in a custom sand attenuated enclosure to meet local noise regulations.

  • Data Center


    The data center is an IT – technical support center with around 1000 employees. Generators support server loads and general building operations. The generators’ connection cables run through an underground tunnel to the main electrical room using removable plates for easy access. Each generator enclosure houses a nested muffler for reduced noise emissions.

  • Research Facility


    This location is a repair & research facility for handheld PDA’s. Units support multiple servers and general building operations. Total Power also supports several similar facilities for this customer across Canada and the United States.

  • Monterey Gas Field


    As of February 2011, Monterey shale acreage encompasses approximately 183000 acres making it the largest natural gas shale field in Canada. Its related pipeline project is estimated to be approximately 155 km long using 36-inch diameter pipe to transport gas from Horn River to tie in to the TransCanada’s existing Alberta system. These Waukesha powered units, built by Total Power, run continuously run to provide power for the gas plant.

  • Loblaws Distribution Center


    Supports both frozen and fresh food products for distribution to Ontario Stores. The system offers redundancy and scalability. Should one module fail, others will continue to operate. Additional units can be “plugged in” to increase the overall output to accommodate load growth.

  • Jamieson Place


    Jamieson Place is a 38-storey office building named after Calgary’s Alice Jamieson. Jamieson was the first female judiciary in the entire British Empire. Units support life safety systems and operate on both diesel and NG simultaneously. Bi-fuel helps with the fuel storage issue arising from having the units placed near the 24th floor.