Throughout the Bay Area, critical power systems aren’t just for hospitals anymore.
In healthcare settings, mission critical equipment has traditionally been protected by battery-based backup systems – the uninterruptible power supply or UPS. Hospitals use interlinked UPS systems with several arrays of redundant batteries to prevent equipment failures.
In this environment, seconds count. An uninterruptible power supply is crucial, since a power interruption can cause serious problems in the blink of an eye. With a UPS, doctors and patients need never even be worried about the issue. Many such systems can run for hours.
Over time, UPS implementation is getting more and more affordable for other types of business.
This has led to many industries all across Northern California taking a closer look at how they manage critical power systems. Wellness and personal care companies adjacent to healthcare have been enthusiastic about adopting UPS power, but there are many others.
If your business fits the following criteria, give a UPS a second look:
Your Business is Built on an Image of Prestige and Trust
While every business wants to build rapport with customers, some industries rely on that image more than others. If customers rely on you to have everything well in hand, then you want a UPS for your critical power systems. A single bad customer service experience can motivate people to look elsewhere, and the chaos caused by a power outage makes it rife for memorable problems.
You Rely on Full Utilization Throughout the Day
Some businesses, like massage parlors and hair salons, control prices by getting customers in and out as close to maximum capacity as possible. A power outage can disrupt dozens of scheduled appointments and cost you return business. With this in mind, UPS is a good investment even if there are few major safety concerns involved in providing your service.
You Can’t Provide Services if Power is Interrupted
Power interruptions cause problems for virtually all kinds of businesses, starting with the ability to ring up sales. However, there are several types of companies that will simply have to turn their customers away if power comes to a stop. Among these are day spas, dentists, supermarkets, most restaurants, and many others. Examine your operations to see how you would fare.
Nite and Day Power can equip your premises with the best UPS for your critical power systems needs. Just contact us today to learn more.