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Here at Bellwood Rewinds Limited we have many years of experience with regards the servicing and maintenance of your diesel generating sets. We believe that our many approaches to your servicing and repair needs offers complete transparency and minimal disruption for our clients, thus building long term trusting relationships. As specialists in generator servicing, we are here to answer your questions.

Servicing your Generator

We offer part and full service packages for your generators, including the following:

  • 24/7 breakdown cover
  • Winter servicing and maintenance
  • Major and minor engine servicing
  • Engine oil and coolant analysis
  • Electrical component testing and inspection
  • Control panel upgrades
  • Alternator checks and fault diagnosis
  • Large stocks of spares at our Hartlepool works
  • Our own fleet of hire generators
  • A large range of new and used generators in stock up to 500kva
  • Our own resistive load banks for the on-site testing of your machines
  • Wireless diagnostic equipment to communicate with most makes of commercial engines such as Catterpillar, Perkins, Scania, Volvo, John Deere, Mitsubishi, Doosan and many more…

In addition to the above on-site services we have our 12,000 sq. ft. works in Hartlepool where we can carry out alternator rewinds up to 2000Kva, panel modifications, alternator reconfigurations, engine repairs and much more.

Our workmanship is guaranteed as all of our engineers are fully time served and trained to use the latest diagnostic methods; we are also quality assured to ISO 9000 standards.

For all your Generator Servicing Needs

You will have a dedicated contact who will be your point of call should you have any inquiries about your machine. We can carry out immediate breakdown visits or scheduled visits to suit your requirements. We can also arrange night time and or weekend working to suit your needs.

To ensure your machine is kept in tip top condition with generator servicing, please call our sales team now on 01429 264097. Find out why you should get your generator serviced here.


What Type Of Oil Should I Add To My Engine?

Well, that depends on the specifications of the engine manufacturer. Generally, high quality 30-weight detergent is acceptable for summer conditions; quality 10W-30 is acceptable for winter conditions, but be sure to refer to your engine manual for oil recommendations.

Do I need to remove gasoline before storing my generator?

Removing the gasoline is always a good idea when you’re going to be storing your generator for a long period of time, especially if you plan on storing it inside. It’s never advisable to store combustible materials inside of your home, as the result can be very severe.

Do I Need To Use A Fuel Stabiliser?

Like we mentioned above, it’s not a good idea to store gas in a generator. However, if you’re storing gas in a can for your generator, a fuel stabiliser is definitely a good idea. If you require additional information, we offer generator servicing to all of our clients.

How Do I change the oil?

We can do this for you as we offer generator servicing to all of our customers, but if you’d like to do it yourself, it’s important to know that regular generator servicing involves changing the oil. A good tip is to run your generator for a few minutes first, to get the engine warm as this will help the oil and other contaminants to drain easier. You will then need to place an oil catcher under the oil pan and remove the cap, replace the cap and change the oil filter. Now you can add the recommended oil and restart the generator, after running for a few minutes you should turn the generator off and check the oil level again. This is one of the most important services that you can perform on your generator, but we can perform it for you if you require professional generator servicing services.

How Long Will My Generator Run On A Full Tank Of Gas?

This will vary a lot depending on your generator, its capacity, the size of its tank and the size of the load you are placing on it. We recommend checking with the manufacturer to learn more about your generator. If you think your generator is under-performing and you’d like a professional to take a look, bring it to us for generator servicing.