Hitec Brings Greatest Power Density Solution To Critical Power Expo
Company invited to address attendees on best backup power option.
Hitec Power Protection, Inc. has announced that its flagship offering, the QPS UPS System, will be on display at Critical Power Expo, September 15-17, Novi, Michigan (Booth #2203). Additionally, the company’s director of national accounts, Jon Jonz, will present a technical session on Best Practices for Backup Power: Avoiding the Battery Mentality on Wednesday, September 16 at 2:30pm.
The QPS Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System represents the latest advancement in UPS/standby power supply and power quality solutions used by mission-critical facilities such as data centers, industrial, medical, utility and others. Critical Power Expo realized this unique value and has invited Jonz to address facility operators and discuss the differences between prevailing UPS technologies.
Specifically, Jonz’s session will evaluate the pros and cons of differing approaches to uninterrupted power, including technical and financial (TCO and ROI) factors, helping attendees understand the limitations and strengths of integrating these systems into their facility.
With power outages and power quality disturbances costing organizations billions of dollars in downtime and loss of productivity, mission-critical facilities need reliable, flexible and scalable backup power options. Hitec’s QPS UPS system addresses this need by providing a more reliable backup power source with:
- Modular design UPS design
- 25-plus year life cycle
- Highest power density per square foot
- No-break UPS ratings of up to 3,600 kVA
- Millions of kilowatt-hours saved over the system’s lifecycle
“The need to constantly keep information flowing is being driven by big data demands and the increasing adoption of cloud storage. These are the driving factors that are reshaping how UPS systems are evolving,” Jonz said. “Mission-critical facility operators are fully aware of this trend and are seeking to adopt new power solutions that offer a safer and more reliable means to keep data flowing during a power outage — their jobs depend on it. Hitec’s QPS UPS rotary system is specifically engineered to address these concerns and challenges. I look forward to sharing my industry insights with such a knowledgeable audience.”