Industry - tailor-made energy supply concepts for the production process
Even the loss of a single machine or system in the production department costs money and leads to a drop in profitability. If the entire production facility breaks down due to a failure in the power supply, the resulting damage can be considerable. Which is why an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) has long since been an essential component in industrial environments. But no two solutions are alike. They are tailored to each individual system scenario. At NTC, we are familiar with all the possibilities.
It isn’t just the production facilities themselves that are affected by a standstill in the event of a power outage. Measuring instruments, process monitoring systems, security systems and many others all require a ’security system’ that is able to reliably intercept disturbances such as voltage surges, frequency fluctuations, and power interruptions. And they have to be able to do this so individually that all types of disturbance and all critical applications are appropriately taken into account. Even a single faulty module in the power supply will have a negative impact on the production process and bring about a financial disadvantage.
In the context of business processes, NTC offers a wide range of know-how and intelligent concepts as well as a broad portfolio of products. These include modern UPS systems and voltage stabilisers, as well as custom solutions that provide maximum protection of the sensitive plants and machinery used for production and control purposes. Then there are all the other services that are required to create a secure all-round package.
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The advantages of an emergency power supply by NTC at a glance
- Years of competence in the sector
- Mature, fully individualised concepts
- Holistic approach to solutions
- Effective uninterruptible power supply from A to Z
- Everything from a single source – from consultancy to installation to maintenance
- Manufacturer-independent product range – from emergency generators to complex UPS systems