Containerised UPSs - The Perfect Solution For Your Business!
Uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) are essential for businesses that need to protect their critical equipment from power outages. Traditional UPSs are typically large and bulky, which can make them difficult to transport and install as they do require additional space within the site. Containerised UPSs are a type of UPS that is housed in a self-contained container. This makes them much easier to transport and install, whilst providing the same degree of security and protection that a traditional UPS provides. Here at Levant UPS Ltd, we have several containerised UPS’s available to hire to meet the needs of your business. In this blog, we will discuss the many benefits of containerised UPSs and who might benefit from using them. We will also provide some tips for choosing the right containerised UPS for your business.
What is a containerised UPS?
A containerised UPS is a type of UPS that is housed in a self-contained container. As mentioned, this makes it easy to transport and install, and it also provides a degree of security and business protection. They are typically available in two sizes - either 10ft or 20ft containers, which keeps them fairly compact and tidy on your site. Everything needed to keep the UPSs running is also contained within the container, such as the batteries and other remedial parts. In addition, we have fitted these with Mitsubishi air conditioning units to ensure that the temperature remains optimal for the UPSs to run smoothly.
What are the benefits of containerised UPSs?
Overall, containerised UPSs offer several advantages over non-containerised UPSs. If you are looking for a UPS that is portable, secure, scalable, and easy to install, then a containerised UPS is a good option for you. Many of our clients choose containerised UPSs to support their businesses growth or as a solution to a current project they are managing. They can be a good option for businesses that need a reliable, secure, and scalable power solution. Since they can be used for both short-term and long-term needs, and they offer a number of advantages over traditional UPSs.
Here we go into more detail on their benefits:
Portability - They are easier to transport and install versus non-containerised UPSs, making them ideal for businesses that need to relocate or expand. Since they come in fairly compact sizes at 10ft and 20ft, you can choose the right size for your business needs and easily store the container outside your premises.
Minimal disruption/downtime – Often, we will have a container available to meet the needs of your business, but they can also be built to order. Since they are fitted out off site, at our head offices, there will be minimal disruption to your business. We just need to turn up on the day to install! Containerised UPSs are typically easier to install than traditional UPSs. This can be helpful for businesses that need to get their power system up and running quickly, or that do not have the expertise to install a traditional UPS system. Everything is self-contained, meaning once they are dropped into location, it is just a case of running the cables, with minimal downtime.
Scalability - Containerised UPSs can be easily scaled up or down to accommodate changing power needs. This can be useful for businesses that experience seasonal fluctuations in power demand, or that are planning to grow their operations in the future.
Durability – Since the UPS is containerised, the equipment is protected from any damage that they might otherwise be exposed to within a location. Containers are also built to last and are designed to withstand harsh environments. This can be important for businesses that operate in demanding conditions.
Security - Containerised UPSs are housed in a secure container, which helps to protect them from theft and vandalism. This can be important for businesses that operate in high-risk areas, or that have sensitive equipment that needs to be protected. Rest assured that your back up system will remain safe and sound.
Who Are Containerised UPS’s For?
Containerised UPSs can be used in a variety of different business settings. Here are some of our most popular clients:
Data Centres - They require reliable power to protect their critical equipment. Containerised UPS’s can provide this essential protection.
Telecommunications - Telecom companies need to ensure that their networks are always up and running. Containerised UPS’s can help to keep these networks running even during power outages.
Manufacturing - Manufacturing plants rely on a steady supply of power to operate their equipment. Containerised UPSs can help to ensure that these plants can continue to operate even during power outages.
Choosing the Right Containerised UPS
So, you can see that containerised UPS’s offer a number of benefits over traditional UPSs, including portability, security, protection, and a wide range of applications. When choosing the right containerised UPS for your business, it is important to consider a few factors. Containerised UPSs do require regular maintenance and service to ensure that they operate properly, and we can support you by providing you with a suitable maintenance package.
When choosing a containerised UPS, there are a few factors to consider, including:
· The size and power requirements of your business
· The conditions in which the UPS will be used
· The budget available
· Maintenance and service
At Levant UPS Ltd, we are here to help you decide which containerised UPS is suitable for your business needs. Get in touch with us on 0844 381 4711 or via email@example.com