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UPS Systems For Life Safety Backup

What Is Life Safety Backup?

UPS Units, Emergency and standby backup power systems are used to provide backup power for life safety systems such as fire safety systems and life safety systems to follow protocols in assuring that fire and life safety systems and additional critical equipment can maintain full operation during a power outage or any disturbance. The use of our backup power systems acts as a safeguard.

It is essential that all large scale buildings such as hotels, residential buildings, offices and small-scale developments to ensure there is no risk to health or disruption to services provided which has data centres, emergency lighting, fire alarms and other life safety systems.

Life Safety systems that require backup power include:

  • Emergency Communication Systems
  • Elevator Rescue Systems
  • Access Control Systems
  • Security Cameras and Surveillance Systems
  • Medical Equipment and Life Support Systems
  • Gas Detection Systems
  • Lifts & Emergency Lifts
  • Platform Lifts
  • Stair Lifts
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Fire Safety

Ensuring fire safety in any business, sector, building or application is fundamental. The types of fire safety equipment which must be protected by backup power includes:

  • Fire Alarm Systems
  • Emergency Lighting Systems
  • Fire Suppression Systems
  • Smoke Control Systems

 

 

 

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Backup Power

The UPS Systems we recommend for backup power to safeguard fire and life saving systems vary. Please reach out to our advisors, unit specs change depending on your power requirements. Our advise is impartial and free. All units we distribute are inline with regulations.

Life Backup

By providing life backup power to fire safety systems and life safety systems, building owners, facility managers and business owners help ensure the safety, security, and well-being of occupants, employees, and visitors during emergencies or unforeseen events.