Pharmaceutical

Our range of UPS, generators and emergency lighting products as well as proven combination of experience, and support has earned our trusted position in a wide range of pharmaceutical and biotechnology applications.

At KUP we understand that the key challenges in pharmaceutical and biotechnology applications power protection include:

  • Meeting strict, multiple compliance and regulatory regimes.
  • A need for flexibility over a facility’s lifetime due to evolving technologies and techniques, e.g. yield increases, single use innovations, and modular production pods.
  • Space, floor loading and noise restrictions for location of power equipment”. If necessary trim off the eg when mentioning the flexibility on the prior challenge.

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 ieinfo.ups@kohler.com or call us on +353 (0)1 4606859

Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology

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