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by Armando M. Last Saturday, 10th September took place at the Northland Expo, in Edmonton (capital city of Alberta; Canada), the first event created by IFBB President, Dr. Rafael Santonja; to honoring the memory from Mr. Ben Weider (Montreal; 1923-2008), co-founder and first president of the International Federation.
The 1st. Ben Weider Legacy Cup was open to athletes from North American countries: México, USA and Canadá and offered most of the official disciplines in IFBB: Bodybuilding, Classic Bodybuilding, Men´s Physique, Women´s Physique, Bikini and Bodyfitness.
Results will be published, coming soon in www.ifbb.com
Picture: Dereck Rafla, champion Bodybuilding Heavyweight
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Blackouts are common occurrences. The emergence of major storms in the recent past has served to emphasize the importance of reliable home backup power . The storms can hit an entire region, disrupting power for millions of people and rendering families homeless even as temperatures drop to all-time low levels. You do not have to go through such hard times. Expertly installed a Standby Generator which automatically starts and takes over the powering of your crucial appliances. Note that reconstruction of power lines can take months or even years after such huge storms. With recent harsh climatic changes, grid-disabling natural calamities, with the potential of causing widespread power interruptions are common. Experts warn of dire power outages in the coming years. So, A standby generator is the best solution for the backup power of home automation.
Types of generators to consider
There are two main types of generators appropriate for this purpose, portable generator and stationary or standby model installed onsite.
The most outstanding features are; it can easily be moved around, and costs less. Portable generators are not permanent; they are normally stored in garages and only put to use once in a while. They run on gas or propane that you may need to stock up in large quantities. Due to their power outputs (normally from 1500~8,500 W), they can only be used to power a limited number of appliances. Such appliances include a Television, a small refrigerator, and a few lights.
Also known as stationary generators, these generators are installed permanently on a concrete pad in your backyard, and the installing should be handled by a certificated electrician. This type is at times referred to as home automation generator unit. The word automation denotes the fact the generators start and restore power for most of the whole house appliances spontaneously when the utility electric power goes out whether you’re home or not.
Furthermore, These units even run a self-diagnosis and alarm you whenever maintenance is needed. For some, you can even grasp the operating condition through a mobile app on your phone.
Additionally, This type of generator is run by natural gas or LP (Liquid propane), both of which are less risky to store than gasoline.
How can you shop for the ideal generator?
You need to first determining your power priorities. This will tell you what generator size you should buy. Generators are usually sold by wattage. The wattage of a generator determines the number (and sizes of appliances) you can operate at a go as well as how well and for how long. So, proceed as follows to find your best home backup generator.
In conclusion, having a standby generator will permanently eliminate the hassles and inconveniences associated with frequent power blackouts. Except when the primary role of the generator is to power just a few electric appliances, a stationary generator is an ultimate solution. You definitely would want to power up all your electric appliances when a disaster strikes. So, invest in a huge generator and have it automated and enjoy your life to the fullest.
About the author: Victor Hill is the owner and blogger at Trustworthypower.com a website that provides expert generator reviews. He is a graduate in Mechatronics and currently works as a Quality Assurance Engineer at DENSO. He has a passion for generators and has an immense knowledge about the various types of generators. He also loves helping users get value for their money while shopping for generators.
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