Data Centre Generators

Data Centre Generators

Any critical standby generators must be sized to meet the final day load. Allowance must be made both for the starting currents of the equipment installed, as a generator will only take a 70% maximum single step load. The nature of an IT load will see more harmonics even with harmonic filtering on the UPS.

Open and Canopied Generators

Open & Canopied Generators 

A standby diesel generator with a bunded fuel tank can run your data centre for 8hrs at full load, with larger fuel tanks available if needed. Close fit canopies are also available to reduce noise levels by up to 65db from 1m. Our Data Centre Generator sets include fuel monitoring and anti-vandal systems. 

Installing a diesel generator for your data centre will require planning consent in the form of a planning application to your local authority, and notifications to the local energy supplier may also be required.

Generators and Change over Panels

Generators & Change Over Panels

Changeover or Transfer panels will also be required to support the generator. Changeover, transfer panels or AMF (Automatic Mains Failure) automatically switches between the mains supply and generator when mains failure is detected, typically with 10 seconds.

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Why Your Business Should Consider Investing In A Data Centre!

Why Your Business Should Consider Investing In A Data Centre!

So, what is an In-House Data Centre? Well, In-House data centres are specialist hardware that stores data within the organisations local network, this is usually run by an In-House IT Department or external specialists like us! You may of heard of ‘Cloud Services’ which is another way of storing Data but these are subcontracted to third party cloud providers and not always secure

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