Emergency Power Generation

EMERGENCY BACK UP POWER UNIT: SECURITY FOR YOUR COMPANY

 

Power security by means of a back-up power supply is vital to your business in order to ensure power continuity for critical business operations. Zwart Techniek provides the power security you need as a business, freeing you from the worry of power failures and leaving you free to focus on your business. Zwart Techniek is the market leader in emergency power generators (NSAs) in the Netherlands.

 

Each back-up power unit has its own specific features. In addition, Zwart Techniek is one of the few remaining suppliers in the Netherlands who provide self-manufactured emergency power supply systems. This gives us the advantage to supply tailormade generators to meet the specific needs of our customers. We design, develop, manufacture and maintain all our emergency generator sets ourselves. And that is unique in the Netherlands!

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EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEMS GUARANTED TO WORK

In the Netherlands, Emergency power systems don’t experience much active running time, apart from scheduled tests. As a result, the generators have little opportunity to prove themselves. In the Netherlands, the national grid is relatively stable. However, it has already been indicated that the grid will become less reliable in the coming years. That’s why it’s important that an emergency generator operates close to 100% capacity when it is needed. Zwart Techniek is able to ensure companies that, in an emergency, continuity of power is guaranteed, so that business operations can continue uninterrupted.

 

NUMEROUS EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM OPTIONS

The emergency back-up power units developed and provided by Zwart Techniek come with various options. For example, to eliminate possible equipment failure. Examples include:

  • Specific IP values on components
  • Redundancies in starter motors
  • Redundancies in control panels
  • Redundancies in start-up batteries
  • “Failsafe” peripherals

 

In addition to minimising the probability of failure, emergency gensets can be fitted with added components to increase functionality. Some examples include modules for remote-monitoring the emergency generator, synchronisation controls, and peak shaving modules.

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