Best Practices for Protecting Your Emergency Power System

Best Practices for Protecting Your Emergency Power System

Why investing in emergency power system protection remains one of the most cost-effective steps you can take to ensure continuous power to critical processes and the entire plant.

Your industrial uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is the foundation of the emergency power system, and it ensures the continual operation of your facility under fault or other abnormal conditions. Should power be interrupted for any reason, your UPS and backup system must support the critical load, or you risk shutdown of critical processes, controls systems, and fire/life safety systems — putting your business and your employees at risk.

UPS failures have been known to cost

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