Monthly Archives: September 2011

30 Sep

Dieselec Thistle Generators deliver Greater Flexibility

Dieselec Thistle has upgraded its 26-275 kVA range of generators, offering customers greater flexibility and speed thanks to the addition of the FG Wilson Lean 2 range. The new range also has greater commonality of parts across different models making it quicker and easier to source and fit replacement parts. The generator specialist is already supplying

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18 Sep

Staying in condition without piling on the pounds

In this article, Kenny Berrie, technical manager from Dieselec Thistle Generators will examine the implications of EU-legislation governing the formulation of red diesel on the way that it is stored, advising on the potential costs to hospitals of fuel stagnation and how to avoid them. Introduced in January 2011, EU Directive 2009/30/EU sets out the

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12 Sep

Better Together but not as one

Buying into the latest technological craze doesn’t always mean being ahead of the game: sometimes it simply means paying more than is necessary for a concept that is unproven.  In this article, Kenny Berrie, technical manager at Dieslec Thistle Generators will outline why improvements in generator technology make it both unnecessary and uneconomical to opt

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03 Sep

Dieselec generates brighter future after Thistle takeover

As featured in the Herald When Paul Moore left school at 16 for an electrical engineering apprenticeship at Thistle Generators in Glasgow, he little imagined that 25 years later he would be rescuing the company, as he built one of Scotland’s fastest-growing businesses. After leaving Thistle at the age of 34, with two young children

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