What is the difference between Standby Generators and UPS?
A UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) is a device the enables a computer to continue running for at least a short time when the main power source in a building is lost. It can also provide protection against power surges. Whereas a Standby or backup generator provides an alternative electrical system, which operates automatically within seconds of a utility outage, to enable full power operation to continue within your premises.
CES have delivered within projects and as standalone projects new generator and UPS installations tailored to the clients’ needs including planning and acoustic assessments. We understand that requirements differ from project to project, and this service allows CES to work with you to provide the best possible solution.
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