In today’s world, there are three critical components you need to consider when choosing a provider for your power quality protection:
At Precision Power Services(PPS) we do all this…and more! With a 7,000+ square foot warehouse that is stocked with thousands of dollars of parts and equipment, which means that you won’t have to wait weeks for your parts to arrive to get the help and care to keep your systems operational. Our field engineers have more than a decade’s worth of experience, and are available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days per year – we are always on call!
Finally, we guarantee the response time within your customized corrective service maintenance agreement.
UPS Service Agreements
We offer a variety of different types of UPS service agreements:
Corrective Maintenance Service Agreements (24/365 Emergency Service) – Problems happen, but being prepared is the difference between success and disaster. If your current service warranty is about to expire allow us to develop a customized service agreement plan that will ensure your power source is protected and covered.
Maintenance Service Agreements – Keeping your system running optimally and efficiently requires regular maintenance and equipment testing. Keep your facility protected not just from power outages, but from costly repairs. Preventative maintenance helps to safeguard your power source and keeps it running smoothly. A preventative maintenance and testing schedule will ensure that your power system has a long and healthy life!
Maintenance Agreements include:
Battery Maintenance Services
Why are batteries so important? – Batteries are the life blood of your Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS). More often than not, UPS disruptions can be attributed to a single dead battery. One dead battery is all it takes to bring down an entire system. PPS offers several battery Maintenance Service plans to help make certain you don’t have any battery failures. All battery maintenance services comply with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) guidelines for VRLA and Flooded batteries.
Battery Maintenance Services include:
Thermal Imaging UPS Battery Testing
Sometimes a problem is so small it can be hard to detect, but with the use of a thermal imaging camera, our engineers can pinpoint exactly where the hot spots are without intrusive testing that may be on a live system. Thermal Imaging testing allows us to collect thermal images, and shows any connection defects, the status of airflow, and can serve as an early warning indicator for insufficient cooling or any high impedance connections. Adding thermal imaging testing to your Battery Maintenance Service agreement is not only cost effective, but will reduces the risk of thermal run away.
UPS Load Bank Testing
Load bank testing validates the correct operational performance and battery autonomy of the UPS system. It tests the UPS and generator under load conditions. It is most often carried out during preventative maintenance. As a UPS battery set is only as strong as its weakest battery cell, load bank testing can also be used to ascertain the condition of UPS batteries and battery sets (or ‘strings’ as they are also known) to indicate if any individual cells are approaching the end of their working life and not holding a charge or about to fail. This enables them to be replaced in advance of critical application.