Knowledge is Key
From telecommunications, to transportation and medical applications, UPS battery power can keep your business operating during short-term power outages. Choosing the right generator is more than simply selecting a product model or specification, it’s about managing the process to offer you a seamless, personalised customer experience.
We pride ourselves on a personal touch that provides a range of benefits beyond the normal level.
• Vast industry experience. Our skilled team works with everyone from Local Government departments to sports stadia, universities and the emergency services. That wealth of knowledge puts us in a fantastic position to offer practical, impartial advice.
• One-stop shop. We offer a holistic approach to servicing your power supply that takes care of everything in one place. This eliminates the frustration of dealing with multiple suppliers, engineers and cost centres, keeping the entire project accessible and easy to follow.
• Class-leading maintenance. We tailor the specification of our generator solutions to each customer. Everything from 24-hour cover to response times within four hours for parts is possible, based on the risk assessment of your site or business.
• The Bigger Picture. You’re almost certainly not choosing a generator in isolation, it’s part of a wider sizing and power strategy. This is where our team comes into their own, guiding you through a range of options to make sure the final solution is fit for purpose.
Clean, high-performing energy
A common misconception is that a generator is only used in case of emergency. It is in fact used to keep your power clean, efficient and performing at a high level.
We’re seeing more companies want increased power conditioning capabilities, aiming for purer energy that is more cost efficient. This is an area we can explore as a trusted partner of your business, devising a plan that ensures you’re ready for anything that arises.
Generator supply and maintenance
From telecommunications to transportation and medical applications, UPS battery power can keep your business operating during short-term power outages. For longer-term disruptions, you’ll probably want to supplement your UPS installation with a generator set, providing a standby power supply for your critical systems.