Diesel Service & Supply has been buying, servicing, and selling new, surplus, and used industrial diesel engines and electric power generators for over 23 years. When you work with them, not only can you rest assured that you will always get a competitive price for your equipment, but you'll also be dealing with a professional organization backed by years of experience and the infrastructure to support it. As one of the nation's leaders in industrial generator sales, Diesel Service & Supply prides themself on their reputation for selling only low-hour, high quality equipment, and selling what they own. They do not broker other dealers' inventory.

Diesel Service & Supply, Inc.

Products Offered

Diesel Service & Supply's primary focus is on large engines and diesel powered generators from 50kW to 3 Megawatts. They specialize in Caterpillar, Cummins, and Detroit sales and service, but also carry a wide range of other manufacturers such as Onan, Kohler, Allis Chalmers, Perkins, SDMO, Generac, and more, all viewable with their up-to-date inventory of generators and engines. In addition to diesel products, they also buy and sell other types of generator sets, including natural gas, propane, and electric. They do not offer small home generators or automobile engines. In addition to generator sets, they also offer a wide range of new, used, and rebuilt diesel engines, automatic transfer switches, power units, parts, and accessories.

Company History

Diesel Service & Supply was established in January of 1983 and has grown from a small 1,250 square foot one-man business, to a 12 acre site with a 140,000 square foot industrial complex. They have full machine shop capabilities, overhead bridge cranes, a full service multi-port garage, an experienced staff of the industry's top mechanics and technicians, the best testing equipment and de-installation tools money can buy, and a friendly and knowledgeable office staff that can assist you with all your industrial diesel and power generation needs.

Knowledgeable and Experienced Staff

The company's staff of experienced professionals includes electricians, riggers, de-installers and field mechanics to handle service, de-installations, in-house load bank, and dyno testing. The staff has been responsible for the professional de-installation of countless generators throughout the United States and Canada, with multiple units up to 6 megawatts.

Customers and Growth

Sprint, Qwest, Wal-Mart, Office Depot, CITGO, Halliburton, Clear Channel Communications, and Denver International Airport are just a small sampling of Diesel Service & Supply's most satisfied customers. The company's advancement and unprecedented growth in this highly competitive arena is attributed to seeking and providing complete customer satisfaction with professionalism, ethical standards, and excellence of product knowledge.

Member of Electrical Generating Systems Association (EGSA)

Diesel Service & Supply has recently become a member of the Electrical Generating Systems Association to better establish themselves in the industry as the leader for new, used, and surplus power generating sets. The association offers the latest technician training to aid in delivering high-quality generators as well as other activities including trade shows, industry standard specifications, continuing education, and much more.

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