Kanary takes time to understand your specific energy needs and the equipment you want to have. Our team determines the kind of equipment, the specifications of the equipment, and any kind of certifications that are required for successful importation into the destination country. After we have a clear understanding of your needs, Kanary begins to look for suppliers.
Kanary starts with a list of 20-50 China suppliers, which we then narrow down based on factors like factory lead times, experience, quality, and pricing. Our team confirms that factories can make machinery that can receive the required certifications for operation within your destination country, too.
Once Kanary has a list of 3-5 highly-qualified suppliers, our team begins a more thorough vetting process. We physically inspect factories, study quality control protocols currently in place, and personally speak with factory owners or managers. After we confirm that factories are trustworthy, Kanary consults with you to make a final supplier selection.
Kanary monitors production once it begins, remaining available to quickly respond to problems as they arise. We maintain a physical presence in factories, manage quality control, and test machinery to make sure they function properly (for example, load tests for generators are performed). When production is complete, we supervise packing so that your machinery can be safely shipped.
Our team monitors your machinery while it's in transit via sea freight, and we help prepare all required documentation in order to clear customs. Kanary helps navigate customs problems if they arise, and we coordinate domestic freight shipping after your machinery has cleared customs.
After your machinery is delivered to its final destination, Kanary acts as a liaison between you and the supplier during machinery calibration. If there's a problem, Kanary handles communication between you and the factory until all problems and issues are resolved.
Whether you choose a geothermal, air source, or water source heat pump is completely dependent on your business needs. Each of these systems has significant pros and cons which should be considered before a business makes a decision on which system to use:
A commercial or industrial air source heat pump will vary widely in cost based on multiple factors, some of which can include:
If you're looking to get the best price on an air source heat pump without sacrificing on quality, partnering with a high-quality China factory is an excellent solution.
Industrial wind turbines most commonly use synchronous generators (and more specifically permanent magnet synchronous generators). However, direct current and alternating current generators are sometimes used, depending on the specific kind of wind turbine or general system being built.
The price of an industrial wind turbine will be based on several factors, especially on the materials used to build the turbine as well as the size of the turbine. Partnering with Kanary to find a reliable China supplier is a great way to get an excellent price on industrial wind turbines without sacrificing overall build quality.
Marine generators are different from other generators in how they are designed. Marine generators are built to withstand the corrosion of salt water and other harsh weather conditions typical of the ocean. It's also common for marine generators to be extra compact to save space on sea-faring vessels.
There's a lot of variables in the cost of solar panels. While the number of panels you need will have an obvious impact on cost, the kind of solar panels will also need to be considered. There are two primary kinds of solar panels that businesses should consider:
Another factor of the cost of commercial solar panels to consider is what specific solar product you are sourcing. Aside from solar panels for commercial buildings, there are a number of other solar solutions that a business may need to consider, including:
Commercial solar panels (as well as solar panels in general), tend to last anywhere between 20-30 years. This range can vary and is dependent on the initial quality of the solar panels and the quality of their initial installation.
Yes! As long as you've chosen a high-quality supplier, you can absolutely trust the energy equipment you source from China. If you aren't sure how to choose a trustworthy China supplier, then we recommend partnering with a sourcing specialist, like Kanary, to remove the guesswork in the process.
Yes! Generators you source from China will meet EPA standards if you are sure to do the following:
If you're concerned about your ability to find a factory that is capable and has a history of making generators, if you aren't confident in your ability to clearly communicate with factories, or if you aren't positioned to manage production, you may want to consider a sourcing specialist that can, like Kanary.
Both style of panels are popular, though there are specific reasons to get either one:
Generally, if a business has the resources, monocrystalline panels are more highly sought after given their superior efficiency and longevity.
Yes. Kanary conducts industry-standard load tests on any generator sourced from China. If you're unfamiliar with what a load test entails, the following is a basic explanation:
Load tests are how we can know for sure that your generator doesn't have underlying, hard-to-see problems before the generator is shipped from the factory. If there are issues, Kanary works with the factory to resolve those problems before the final product is shipped.