Everyone at one point in their lives experienced the pain of losing hours or days of research or work on a project all because there wasn’t a backup power supply. It could have been predictable, or it might have failed unexpectedly, but all that time is now gone from this sudden inconvenience.
It’s a shame that these events happen, but the reality is that there is little that can be done about power failures. However, what can be done instead is to ensure people are prepared for the worst next time.
The solution is simple: receiving power from a reliable uninterruptible power supply – otherwise UPS. A UPS is a backup power supply device that kicks in every time the main power is cut off.
But what’s even better than buying one outright is to rent one. Here is why.
Not every project will require a power backup. In addition, some machinery might not even need the backup supply all the time. Owning a UPS in these situations means an additional expense for something that isn’t always in use.
This expense can be totally avoided as rentals can be used on a case-by-case basis. Renting also saves further in costs by limiting storage, maintenance and transportation costs.
When buying a UPS, owners are then left with using it at all times. For the UPS to useful, individuals will need to use the same size, output, and rating to get the most out of it.
Renting a UPS is ideal because UPS’s in these situations can be used to address specific power needs. Beyond that, they can be rented for as long as is necessary.
Naturally with every power backup supply, assistance is going to be needed. In times where maintenance or repairs are needed, technicians need to be called upon to help. The problem is that they can be costly, and they may not be readily available.
But one of the perks with renting is that technicians will be more readily available whenever problems occur. From set-up to operations, renters can feel confident that their backup power supply can be serviced at all times.
The biggest reasons to renting a UPS are: 1) removing the out-of-pocket expense, and 2) the convenience. These are extremely compelling given just how useful a backup power supply is during those times where the power is offline or there is a threat of a power outage.