Zwart Techniek has expanded its emergency power range to include UPS systems, making it possible to offer a complete emergency power package.
By applying a UPS/no-break system (Uninterruptible Power Supply), the main power supply is uninterruptedly taken over in the event of a power failure. This covers the time needed to start an emergency power generator, for example, so that your critical installations do not have to be shut down or be switched off.
We supply ups systems of the following three brands. Delta, Legrand and Eaton. Of the first two brands we are the manufacturer’s designated service party in the Netherlands and can therefore be of good service to you in terms of the delivery, installation, commissioning and maintenance of these UPS systems.
Service and Maintenance
After commissioning, our UPS service engineer can carry out preventive, corrective and predictive maintenance on the ups systems supplied to you. Request the maintenance immediately after placing the ups system on location.
Our UPS systems
Zwart Techniek supplies UPS systems from 1 kVA to 4 MVA, single-phase (230V) and three-phase (400V). The different types of ups systems we supply are: fixed power ups systems (mono-block) and extendable (modular) ups systems. With both types it is possible to extend the ups power or to obtain a redundant N+1 installation. With the fixed power ups systems this is done by placing an extra ups system next to the existing ups. With the modular ups systems this is done by adding a power module in the ups frame. The choice of the brand and type of ups solution is determined by your preference and the available space.
The UPS systems are supplied with a battery solution. The UPS batteries are supplied in a battery cabinet, battery boxes and/or battery racks which are specifically designed and calculated for you. We use the following types of batteries: AGM/VRLA, NiCd and Lithium Ion batteries. We supply batteries independently of any brand, which we obtain from a number of Class A battery suppliers with whom we have direct agreements. Of course, we take into account your preferred Eurobat standard and/or your preference.
Transport, placement of UPS and battery solutions, assembly of battery cabinets, batteries, battery switch(es), DC cabling and commissioning are carried out in-house by our certified service engineers. This is supervised by our service coordinator (1 phase ups systems) or our project leader (3 phase ups systems).
Please contact our sales engineers who can help you with your emergency power challenge, see the email address and or phone number at the bottom of this page.
If you have a question about UPS systems, then feel free to put the challenge to Arie Ouweneel, who will be happy to show you where Zwart can make a difference.
+31(0)306 579 486
When it matters most
Reliable backup from Zwart
With over 7,000 projects in more than 50 countries in the field of emergency power and off-grid solutions, Zwart has an outstanding track record, throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle East. There is a reason why the biggest data centres and financial institutions in Europe as well as major airports and mobile networks rely on Zwart; Our 100 in-house trained professionals are qualified to design, engineer, realise and maintain integrated and complete systems for emergency power supply. And we have been doing so for over 90 years.
We set the bar high for ourselves and demand the same from our partners and suppliers; we work exclusively with premium quality products and service providers, we assemble the systems at our own 6,000-square metre site in Ijmuiden and subject them to a rigorous testing and inspection program before releasing them. Our customers also receive the same high level of attention through training and knowledge sharing our training centre equipped with a state-of-the-art simulator.
If you have a question about UPS systems, then feel free to put the challenge to Arie Ouweneel, who will be happy to show you where Zwart can make a difference. Call +31(0)306 579 486
+31(0)306 579 486
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