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UPS Maintenance Consolidation Program

 

PSI is proud to offer a UPS Maintenance Consolidation program that was developed to assist you with the proactive management of the various UPS systems that are in service within your organization.  We work with you to develop a custom plan to meet your needs and to establish both short and long term maintenance and repair timelines that will reduce or eliminate unexpected failures and downtime.  The benefits include reduced lifecycle costs, increased uptime and availability, managed expenditures, increased efficiency and longer runtimes when needed. Call us toll free (800) 260-2259 or email us at sales@psihq.com to have us start helping you.



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Evaluation /
Site Surveys

Spreadsheet & Reports
for Budgeting

Establish Long Term Maintenance Plan

We begin by working with you to determine the location and condition of all of your UPS’s in the field.

Site Surveys are performed as needed to establish a current baseline of condition.

UPS serial number, connected loading, environmental conditions, cleanliness, etc. is recorded along with video and pictures to aid in later service.

Noticed deficiencies in areas not covered under the scope are noted for you.

We then take the gathered information and prepare spread sheets and condition reports.

We’ll rate each UPS according to unit age, battery age, site condition, environmental conditions and more.

We’ll determine the number of UPS’s that need to be replaced (if any), number of units that need batteries, etc.

This allows for accurate budgeting of needed services thereby reducing or eliminating unexpected repairs and provides you the ability to proactively plan for the yearly expenses for UPS(s).

Allows for you to work toward a long term maintenance plan for the UPS systems in service.

Maintenance and service windows can be planned easier to ensure maximum uptime and UPS protection levels are at maximum.

Batteries are replaced on a regular maintenance schedule before they fail, where needed.

This enables the establishment of a proactive inventory replacement program and will allow for future costs for UPS systems to be managed.