Are Your Business Critical Power Protection Equipment Batteries Able To Last For The Rest Of The Winter?
This winter is becoming one the most severe in decades. As an example it is probable that Lake Superior will become fully iced over for the first time in many years. Erie, Pennsylvania has already had more than 100” of snow and it is just Valentine’s Day. The ground hog saw his shadow and that means another 6 weeks of this stuff. Snow Storms, Ice Storms, high winds and record freezing temperatures.
Quite likely your business has suffered through several power failures already. Which means that the batteries that provide the back-up power through your UPS, those that start your emergency generators and also the ones that power your emergency lighting systems have all had a lot of exercise. Are they still in good enough condition to keep working as needed?
Don’t wait for another weather related power anomaly to tell you that your power protection equipment isn’t ready, or that your UPS doesn’t provide the back-up time you expect because its battery is failing.
The continued operation of your business critical equipment during a power outage is usually dependent upon the operation of your UPS with its associated battery. Even though the vast majority of all utility power failures last less than 1 minute, with a bad battery you might not make it. Even in smaller facilities the loss of power can cost you more than $5,000/minute in lost revenue due to down time. Are you confident in your system? Don’t let a weak UPS or Generator battery be part of the cause.
Jantech Services, Inc, the leading Independent Service Provider on the Eastern Seaboard has been providing ‘Best in Class’ preventive and emergency service to healthcare, industrial and commercial businesses for more than 25 years.
Our knowledge of the complete power system from the service entrance all the way to critical load uniquely enables us to quickly identify performance issues with your emergency power battery system(s) and should the need occur we will work with you on the required course of action to maintain system integrity.
Learn about our Battery Maintenance options or contact a specialist at 1.800.452.6832