Standby, Oil and Gas, and Agricultural Generators by Taylor Power Systems

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About Us

Taylor Power Systems, Inc., located in Clinton, Mississippi, has served its clients by providing a variety of reliable power generating resources. TPS is a part of The Taylor Group of Companies and was established by W. A. Taylor Jr. in 1986 to distribute industrial engines and manufacture generator sets.

Taylor Machine Works has been designing and building high quality industrial lift equipment for more than 90 years. Taylor Power Systems provides that same quality and integrity designing and building dependable prime and stand-by power generation resources in a variety of challenging and critical environments.

Taylor Power Systems main office and production facility includes more than 300,000 sq. ft. of office, training and production manufacturing space, giving TPS the technological resources to produce the finest electrical power generating resources for a variety of different needs.

Taylor generator sets have been awarded the Underwriters Laboratories and ETL certifications. Depending upon specific requirements, TPS provides power generating units with capacities from 9 kW to 2000 kW and power units ranging from 25 BHP to 225 BHP; diesel and LP/natural gas engines are also available. Control units with analog or digital configurations are rugged and built for dependable, extended service. The availability of many optional features permits TPS to tailor its units to meet the many unique needs of individual customers.

The Taylor name is identified with development and delivery of equipment built to the highest standards meeting the unique needs of each customer. Taylor does not adhere to a "one-size-fits-all" philosophy. This is true in the heavy industrial lift equipment Taylor Machine Works has marketed around the world for more than 90 years. It is also true of the multiple power resources offered by Taylor Power Systems.

The founding commitment to FAITH-VISION-WORK of Taylor Machine Works continues in Taylor Power Systems.