Installing surge protection in your workplace protects your valuable electrical equipment from over-voltage spikes. This is particularly useful for protecting sensitive electrical products such as computer hardware.
Given that many businesses now rely heavily on electronic data records, surge protection is becoming a necessity.
Haines Electrical Service can supply and install Generator Sets at your site. The Generator Set can be designed to power either the entire site or just the essentials services in the event of power loss.
Generator sets allow your business to remain operational when a loss of power is experienced. They can also prevent loss of stock in refrigerated settings.
A UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) is an electrical device that is designed to provide emergency power in response to a power failure at a given site.
One of the key differences between a generator and a UPS are that the UPS unit will engage almost instantaneously in the event of power loss while the generator will experience a short delay. For this reason, the most common use of UPS devices is to protect computers and servers to ensure that important data is not lost in the event of sudden power loss.
UPS devices typically utilise batteries as their energy source, so unlike generators which can be re-fuelled and used for extended periods, the UPS can only provide a finite amount of power.