Power Saver Logo

Kent & Surrey :

+44 (0) 1732 770677

London :

+44 020 4524 4276

Our Key List Of Benefits In Which UPS Systems Provide to Businesses

By partnering with us, you are unlocking your full business potential. Keeping your business running during power disturbances and outages is where we specialise. Our strategy protects your business and delivers unwavering benefits as such:

  • Power & Business Continuity
  • Equipment Protection
  • Data Integrity
  • Regulate Voltage & Frequency
  • Safe Shutdown for Systems
  • Load Shedding
  • Bridge For Generators
  • Flexibility for growing with your business requirements
  • Compliance with Industry Standards

We are going to delve deeper into the benefits that require further explanation including load shedding, power regulation, business continuity, compliance and the flexibility of our UPS units.

The Benefits of Load Shedding

Load shedding is reducing the load that the UPS unit provides power to. There are several benefits from load shedding and is a practice that is used to an advantage. Load shedding will prevent overloads, overloads can cause power failure and damage to the power protection unit. While reducing the load removes all possible chance of an overload, it also increases the UPS units battery runtime. Increasing your battery runtime will allow you to prioritise your critical loads giving these loads sufficient protection in high demand situations. 

Small server room

Power Regulation

Power regulation ensures that there is always a consistent and stabilised voltage supply to your electrical devices and equipment. This increase the equipment protection factor against potential damage to sensitive equipment. You may also find that some electronic devices and equipment you have installed will require a specific voltage requirement for optimal performance. Power regulation will ensure that all these devices are receiving the correct required voltage, in order to prevent issues. Power regulation increases the  lifespan of equipment and devices by providing a consistent and controlled voltage environment. Extending the lifespan of equipment allows for less frequent repairs and replacements of expensive equipment.

Business Continuity

Business continuity in short refers to your company’s ability in maintaining essential functions before, during and after a power disruption or power outage, ensuring that there is always a continuation of business functionality. A  business with a power protection continuity plan will start by minimising the downtime during power outages, allowing for critical operations to continue. This reduces the impact on productivity and revenue, there is also a mitigation of risks as business continuity reduces the chances and severity of disruptions caused by events such as natural disasters, cyber-attacks, or equipment failure. By protecting your business, you are protecting your customers as well as you reputation, business continuity allows customers, stakeholders and employees to have confidence in the business as they understand there are contingency plans in place during disruptions. Should a power outage be over an extended period of time, business continuity plans for a faster recovery time to resume functions.



Specialist sectors, critical equipment, certain industries and laws will state that a UPS unit must be installed and the unit must be compliant to a specific standard. These compliance regulations are in place for health and safety reasons and must not be ignored. We will make sure that your UPS is compliant with the correct standards for you and ensure the unit meets your business power requirements. If you do not have a unit that is compliant to your industry there are a number of penalties that will hurt your business. Contact us today so we can help you.


In terms of flexibility, our solutions are designed to grow with your business. As you upscale , our units will upscale with your new power requirements.

If you have any questions regarding power protection, give us a call. We are delighted to help.