Healthcare

Our range of UPS, generators and emergency lighting products are ideally suited to healthcare applications, and we deliver to and support many of the largest NHS Trusts in the UK.

At KUP we understand that the key challenges in healthcare power protection include:

  • Compliance with multiple guidelines, regulations and healthcare specific standards including HTM-06-01
  • Defining where IPS, UPS and Emergency Lighting systems are needed or can be appropriately located, especially on legacy estates

Our UPS systems range from modular three-phase units through to standalone models and compact single-phase UPS and UPS designed to handle regenerative loads from lifts.

Complementing these are kite-marked, performance-tested static inverters for emergency lighting systems and a range of compact, quiet and efficient generators, which complete the portfolio, whilst our own team of engineers are there to support them nationwide, 24/7, 365 days a year.

To discuss how we can help you find a solution specific to your requirements contact us at uksales.ups@kohler.com or call us on 0800 731 3269

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