Secure Power’s Generator Installed
A generator is vital for any business needing to have continuous power supply during a power cut. Not having power could be disastrous for any company, due to data loss, losing potential business deals, health and safety, e.g. emergency lighting, and much more. Therefore, when there is mains failure, the UPS kicks in without any drop of energy. This 0’ms energy transfer allows UPS to power critical load that is connected to the output of the UPS.
However, UPS is only designed to provide a critical load for a short amount of time until the generator starts up. Generators are designed to provide emergency energy supply for a much longer period which could be hours or days depending on the size of the generator’s fuel tank. The image below shows the offload and positioning process of 80kVA genset.
Our own Secure Power generator allows us to run for days without mains electricity supply. Also, Secure Power has shown to its key stakeholders the procedure when there is a power cut in our very own ‘Demo Room’ at our office here in Sheffield. A demonstration is shown by cutting the energy to the building and showing how the equipment functions. This helps customers understand the importance of UPS and generators and why they are needed to keep businesses running during a power failure.
If you would like to find out more about UPS and generators or to see the demonstration, please call us on 0800 080 3118 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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