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Punch above your Weight!


UPS Green Power 2.0 : “Reduce your Costs – Increase your Power”


The new Socomec Green Power 2.0 UPS range combines unbeatable energy effi ciency with unity power factor to give you the ultimate ‘future proof’ critical power solution for data centres. True power factor 1, 11% more power than UPS with PF=0.9 Highest energy effi ciency in market in full on-line double conversion (VFI) mode - independently verifi ed


Let Socomec give your carbon foot print and energy costs a double whammy. To see how Green Power 2.0 UPS can save you money, call 01285 863300 or email at greenpower.ups.uk@socomec.com


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PUTTING YOU IN MORE CONTROL.


40°C 100 50 150 200 Pa 250 300 CO2 20°C 10°C 30°C DEMAND CONTROL VENTILATION


At Elta Fans, we understand the principle behind Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) to ensure your building is ventilated effectively according to occupancy levels and varying ambient conditions, thereby minimising energy wastage, whilst maximising indoor air quality.


UPS Green Power 2.0 from 10 to 400 kVA / kW


Take a look at our growing range of DCV fans, which integrate energy efficient fan impeller units with the ability to use Demand Control Ventilation methodology.


For more information contact Elta Fans on +44 (0) 1384 275800.


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