WHY BACKUP POWER IS ESSENTIAL IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
Manufacturing businesses are reliant on their production facility – even a single power failure in any single step of a production process can cause cost intensive downtime, loss of sales and business and increasing costs. Some power cuts can force a full rest of manufacturing machines, forcing a write-off of half produced items.
Just-in-time suppliers are even more at risk – the smallest power cut can affect production dramatically. 24/7 operations aren’t the only types of manufacturing that are vulnerable. Any large machinery is more susceptible to power problems that can cause transients, harmonics, brownouts and electrical distortions.
- PROTECT WHAT REALLY MATTERS
Battery Backup for your Premises
Battery backup is a big part of schools, universities and other educational institutions’ responsibility. Why? Because there’s multiple buildings with complex academic research and analysis equipment stored behind many doors.
7 Impacts of Power Outages on Schools, Universities and Other Educational Institutions?
SUPPLY THAT MATTERS
Power supply is so important for the farming and agriculture industry. Why? Because this industry wouldn’t be able to produce mass-scale goods without reliable power.
We understand that increased global demand has led to the rapid growth of more automation processes. We also appreciate the unique issues the farming industry faces when seeking reliable power too. Environmental factors like livestock, rural locations, aging grid infrastructure and weather conditions all have a role to play.
You can provide stability and security in your power quality with an economic guarantee in your electricity price year to year.
STAR PLUS TUBULAR BATTERY…. A Reliable Backup Power Supply for your Operations
A backup power supply is crucial for the mining industry. Why? Because mission critical industries like this require a clean, stable and consistent power supply to protect against outages.
Nowadays, we understand resources are scarce or depleted in many locations. This has led to an increase in off-grid mining. Since mining companies are spending reduced time on site with shorter project lifecycles, it’s often no longer financially viable to construct permanent power infrastructure.
With STAR PLUS TUBULAR Batteries we can physically stack energy storage containers on top of one another to pack in as much capacity (and value) as possible. We’ll evolve with your project to provide mining companies like yours improved efficiency and flexibility.
With power prices spiraling, Commercial & Industrial (C&I) enterprises are doing all they can to save on future power costs, including coincident peak demand and facility shutdown strategies. In short, coincident peak is defined as your facility’s demand during the period in which systemwide electricity demand is at its highest. In other words, coincident peak demand measures how each commercial or industrial facility, or groups of them, contribute to the overall peak demand of a particular electricity system.
THE FUTURE IS HERE! OUR UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY PROVIDES YOU STRESS-FREE SAVINGS INSTEAD
Rest assured, Star Plus Tubular Battery Power backup can save your C&I business the upheaval and interruptions associated with traditional Coincident Peak demand strategies.
A reliable power backup system does not just provide long power backup but it also ensures that it supports all connected appliance appropriately so as there is no hindrance in the daily life.
An ideal Power Back up system is combination of an Inverter according to your load requirement and battery which provides power at the time of power cut. It is very important to choose the right Inverter battery to meet the need of your hotel services.
Hotel and power backup need
In 2019 a business man shared his review about the hotel he lodged for few days, the rooms of the hotel he had pictured perfect view. The rooms are clean and spacious. Room service is impeccable and the hotel arranges for campfire at night.
HOSPITALS AND HEALTHCARE
Facility shutdowns. Loss of important patient data. Shutdown of life support machines and other tools to sustain human life. Shutdown of monitors, oxygen pumps, and other valuable equipment. Loss of phone lines with people prohibited from contacting emergency services. Worker downtime