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  1. Brexit could delay your order!

    On the 1st Jan 2021, the UK will leave the EU. This means new rules will come into force for transporting goods across the border.

    It is essential to order now to ensure your project isn't delayed by Brexit Chaos!!

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  2. How a UPS System keeps you online

      Over the last two decades, the internet has become a way of life. Constant wireless connectivity is now a standard many of us expect every day. It is something often taken for granted and only when we aren't connected do we become aware of the true value of our wireless connectivity.  
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  3. New Vacancy - Sales Executive

    UPS systems Group together with its sister Companies DCResponse, Computer Power Protection and Powersaver Ltd provide complete turnkey power protection solutions across the UK. We require a candidate for a combined sales, key account management and new business development role.

    The role would be ideal for an individual who wants a commercial role with a technical background. It would suit an individual with a can do/ will do attitude and high degree of drive to be an active part of a target driven team.

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  4. UPS Maintenance more essential than ever

     

     
    The UK is still suffering under the COVID-19 pandemic, which is continuing to put a strain on key workers not just in healthcare, but also in supermarkets, warehouses, public transport and deliveries, and countless other environments. Our maintenance contracts ensure that your employees can continue to do their roles.

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  5. Riello UPS Sentryum

     Riello UPS Sentryum The Riello UPS Sentryum range is available in the 10kVA, 15kVA and 20kVA and 3 different footprints. It’s the ideal choice for any small data centre or similarly mission-critical environment. 
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  6. How Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System Configurations Achieve Power Redundancy

    Uninterruptible Power Supplies have been designed to harness maximum power capacity with redundancy in a finite space. This is accomplished by increasing the number of UPS systems in any configuration that supports a load while reducing the number of points of failure risk to, ideally, zero. However, a configuration like this is not always achievable or necessary and you must also consider the customers’ infrastructure, risk tolerance and budget.
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  7. Can you low load a diesel generator?

    diesel generator  The engines that are used in diesel generators are designed to use as much power as possible, from 30% up to 100% of the declared maximum power available.
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  8. British public could face blackouts as coronavirus lockdown continues

    Homes across the country could soon suffer from power cuts as the coronavirus lockdown continues. All energy suppliers have put all non-essential work on hold as they prepare for a potential shortage of engineers caused by social distancing, self-isolation and staff sickness. Uninterruptible Power Supply
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  9. Preventative UPS Maintenance can extend their life up to 50%

    UPS Maintenance

    Just like a car, boiler or air conditioning unit, a UPS (uninterruptible power supply) system needs to serviced regularly. 

     

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  10. Home Office Backup Power

    Home offices are more important than ever now a lockdown has been declared. Ensuring that PC's, phones and broadband don't go down in a power cut is now essential to continuing to work at home. Home Office Backup Power
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