Entries by Mike Bergum

The Hidden Costs of Your Service Provider

You are feeling good about your negotiations with your new service provider. The discussions about your equipment have been excellent, and your rep really seems to understand your needs. You have a service contract in hand and are ready to sign. WHOA! Before you put pen to paper sealing the deal, it is very important […]

When A Flywheel UPS Makes Sense

By now we have examined flywheel UPS machines from several different angles: their history, how they work, and how to properly maintain them. We also need to examine the most obvious question: What considerations go into making sure a flywheel UPS actually makes sense for your business? Today we will examine some things to consider […]

Flywheel Maintenance- A Checklist

In our previous articles, we discussed an overview of Flywheel UPS systems and the types of flywheel technology on the market today. Now that we know a little more about Flywheel UPS in general, we can talk about how to best maintain them for optimum performance. We always recommend reviewing any published OEM requirement for […]

Types of Flywheels- A Comparison

Recently, we discussed the history and basic workings of the Flywheel UPS system, but did you know that there are also several different types and configurations of these systems? This article goes into more detail regarding the three main styles of Flywheel UPS.

Intro to the Flywheel UPS: Powered by Motion

In the world of emergency power, your equipment is only as good as its ability to stay on when the lights go out. Most backup power comes in the form of generators or batteries and within these categories, the choices can be overwhelming in terms of size, load capacity, generator or UPS life, repair costs, […]

4 Ways to Control Facility Management Spend

As businesses face increasing expenditures for state-of-the-art infrastructure to remain competitive, controlling facility management spend becomes ever more important. Strategic planning is necessary to align capital spending with budgets and prevent misallocation of resources. While budgets are typically controlled by individual departments within the organization, there are steps each manager can take to contain costs. […]