The initial free site survey is essentially a gap analysis, and our subsequent report and recommendations will help identify how you can optimise your power and energy management.
Existing UPS Installations
Many sites operate several UPS brands and often require advice on how to optimise their power protection systems, including seeking advice on:
UPS age and history: battery, capacitor and fan replacement issues and costs
Environmental impact: electrical efficiency, heat output considerations and battery management versus the latest technologies
UPS sizing and efficiency: including actual system loading and potential for system expansion
Potential savings: for an optimised maintenance and service plan
New UPS Installations
New installations generally provide a ‘green-site’ to work in, but where this is not the case a site survey will take this into account. Surveys by a Critical Power and Energy Specialist typically cover:
Commissioning, training and handover
Monitoring and maintenance
Samurai Power endeavours to assess the following areas during the survey:
Physical location and environment
Suitability for existing UPS and battery installation
Delivery route and logistics requirements
Remote monitoring requirements
Ongoing maintenance and technical support requirements
General programme of works and preferred installation timeframe
A typical UPS site survey will last around 1-2 hours depending on the size of the installation. Full recommendations and quotations will be provided after the survey has been completed.
The free survey is offered during normal working hours, and provided our service network covers the site location.
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