It’s an unfortunate fact of life that you can’t plan for every outage or unscheduled downtime in your facility. We are living and working in a world that operates at an unprecedented rate, and the one thing no matter the industry that every facility relies on is – power. Ensuring your facility is safe and your systems can run smoothly calls for a sustained effort.
With the many evolving factors that can potentially inflict downtime on your power supply, it has become even more important to protect against outages. When a facility loses power, the costs to the organization in time and money can not be recouped. That is where a backup power strategy becomes key.
In this article from Facility Executive, they review the levels of protection you need to consider and have broken them down into three levels. Backup power systems and strategies can be relatively simple or complex and robust. But no matter your level of protection, it needs to be in place before an outage.
Click here to read the full article originally posted on October 25, 2021 by Facility Executive.
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