In today’s modern society we rely on essential services such as healthcare, banking and manufacturing, and these businesses rely on a constant power supply to keep these operations running smoothly.
These essential businesses can suffer serious ramifications if their power supply experiences any interruptions.
Many of the expensive and extremely sensitive equipment being used in such businesses cannot endure loss of power for more than a few seconds. These facilities are also at risk of power anomalies including over-voltages, sags/spikes and transients from the power grid or the building.
Because of this, it is crucial to implement safeguards that will ensure a constant and reliable power supply. These are known as Critical Power Systems.
To put it simply, Critical Power Systems offer your facility peace of mind knowing that it will always maintain a consistent power supply with no interruptions.
Such systems can manage changes to power levels during blackouts or brownouts, and can also continue operations for servers, telecommunications and office equipment.
There are several benefits to having a Critical Power System in place. It can prevent any loss of turnover or other costs to your business including damaged equipment, lost data/assets and loss of productivity.
These systems ensure the safety of not only your equipment, but your colleagues.
Uninterruptible Power Supply’s (UPS): UPS systems are one of the most important components of a Critical Power System. UPS’s maintain a clean power supply when your Mains power is interrupted for any reason. These systems are different depending on the power needs of each specific site, so call us today if you have any questions regarding this.
DC Power Systems: A Direct Current (DC) Power System is used to provide consistent and uninterrupted DC power to your building. Its main purpose is to convert Alternating Current (AC) power to DC power. It can also maintain and charge a back-up battery system.
Industrial Batteries: These are industrial-grade battery stations. These are just one type of UPS systems ensuring consistent power supply to your building.
Call us today for advice on how we can upgrade your facility ensuring zero loss of power to your building.