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Emergency Power Services Enhance Backup System Dependability

If you rely on an emergency backup system, assuming commissioning as being unnecessary may be a very big mistake. Power sources whether main or secondary contain mechanical parts that can fail due to design inconsistencies, improper installation, manufacturer defects, and limited operation. Professional services ensure each internal component along with the unit as a whole […]

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Emergency Power Services: The Importance of Arc Flash Analysis

An arc flash occurs due to low impedance between phase busbars or between a phase busbar and neutral or ground. Small flashes cause limited damage and are rebuffed by protective equipment, but large flashes can cause an emergency. Often referred to as “explosions” due to their ejection power, these flashes can kill workers and damage […]

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Emergency Power Services: Infrared Technology Improves Preventative Maintenance

An emergency situation calls for reliable backup equipment. Generators serve as a secondary power source for both business and residential buildings. Specific services are recommended by the National Fire Protection Association or NFPA. This organization is in charge of the installation and maintenance of emergency power services, and tests the components used for operation. Load […]

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Emergency Power Service Providers: What Type of Equipment do they supply?

Because different entities have different power needs, emergency power services providers offer various types of power equipment, some for producing emergency power and some not. Below, we look at six types of power equipment commonly supplied by an emergency power service provider. 1. Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) A UPS provides short-term emergency power when a […]

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