In commercial facilities, having a reliable source of emergency power is essential to ensure business continuity during power outages.
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Emergency Power Solutions, Brampton
Emergency Power Solutions, Brampton
In commercial buildings, having a dependable emergency power supply is crucial to maintaining operations during power outages. Many factors, such as bad weather, defective equipment, or natural catastrophes, can cause power outages. Unfortunately, commercial facilities may incur downtime, data loss, and income loss in the absence of a backup power supply, which is why it is essential to install an emergency power system.
Critical equipment and systems are powered by emergency power systems during power outages. Uninterruptible power supply, automated transfer switches, and backup generators are common components in these systems (UPS). When there is a power outage, the emergency power system’s backup generator powers the facility with electricity.
When the primary power source fails, automatic transfer switches (ATS) are utilised to switch the load from the primary power source to the backup generator. The transition takes place quickly, guaranteeing that the facility will always have electricity. During the brief moment when the switch from the primary power source to the backup generator is occurring, uninterruptible power supply (UPS) are employed to power essential equipment and systems. During the few seconds it takes for the generator to start and settle, UPS systems keep the load powered.
Along with providing electricity in the event of a power loss, emergency power systems need to undergo routine testing and maintenance. Emergency power systems are kept in good working order through testing and maintenance. Oil changes, battery checks, load bank testing, and fuel testing are all examples of maintenance activities.
Emergency power is a critical component within a commercial facility. By investing in emergency power systems, commercial facilities can mitigate the impact of power outages and ensure that critical equipment and systems remain functional. If you’re interested in installing an emergency power system in your commercial property, contact us today here at MADE ELECTRIC! Our electricians are skilled and knowledgeable, and we are proud to provide quick and efficient service in Brampton and across the GTA.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is the cost of installing an emergency power system?
The cost of installing an emergency power system will depend on several factors, including the size of the system, the type of equipment and systems that need to be powered, and the location of the facility. Reach out to us today for an estimate of the cost to install an emergency power system for your commercial property.
How often should I test and maintain my emergency power system?
It is recommended to test your emergency power system on a regular basis to ensure that it is operational when needed. Testing should be done at least once a month to verify that the generator starts and runs properly. Additionally, you should have a professional perform annual maintenance, including fuel testing, oil changes, battery inspections, and load bank testing.
What permits are required to install an emergency power system?
All electrical projects in Canada require a permit. Here at Made Electric, our experienced electricians can obtain permits on your behalf to ensure that the installation process goes smoothly, and is completed in compliance with the Electrical Safety Authority’s (ESA) codes and regulations.