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Do the Numbers Add Up?

Do the Numbers Add Up?

By Aaron Oddy Sales Engineer, CENTIEL UK In this article, Aaron Oddy, Centiel UK does the math on whether to repair or replace a legacy UPS system and answers the question “Do the Numbers Add Up?” There comes a tipping point where over the long-term, the...
Battle of the Budgets

Battle of the Budgets

Over the last 25 years, we have seen significant advances in the efficiency of UPS systems across the industry. Moving from around 85% efficiency to the >97% range that we commonly see today, this has been a big step change in the march towards reducing the overall...
The Dark Side of Service

The Dark Side of Service

By Andrew Skelton, Operations Director, CENTIEL UK Having spent many years in the UPS and Generator industry, one of the most common mistakes I come across, is when equipment has been purchased and it’s not been looked after properly.  Imagine buying a brand-new car...
Failure is Not an Option

Failure is Not an Option

By Mike Elms, Managing Director, CENTIEL UK Apollo 13 was due to be the third crewed mission to land on the moon.  Famously the mission was aborted when an oxygen tank ruptured just three days into the mission, resulting in loss of oxygen supply capacity and putting...
It’s An ill Wind…

It’s An ill Wind…

by Mike Elms, Managing Director, CENTIEL UK What single subject tends to get me jumping on my soapbox about UPS systems?…. It is how battery autonomies are calculated. Let me very briefly explain. At tender stage, batteries are sized by calculation. The actual proof...
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