Benning UK, the industrial power protection provider, today announced that parts of its Enertronic UPS and Invertronic inverter ranges have achieved National Grid Type Registration. Following satisfactory National Grid assessment and testing, the Enertronic P and Invertronic inverter systems were confirmed as meeting the National Grid Technical Specifications (NGTS) and had achieved the much coveted […]
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BENNING designs, manufactures, installs and services industrial AC and DC UPS and power protection solutions that ensure the reliable
and safe operation of all types of critical loads in utilities, oil & gas, transport, telecoms, IT and process & automation applications.
Today Benning UK, the power protection and conversion specialist, announced the UK launch of InfraRack – the latest development in the company’s range of robust, modular DC UPSs designed for telecom and sensitive equipment applications. The design concept of the InfraRack makes it simple to deploy, highly flexible and extremely efficient – all characteristics now demanded […]
Benning UK today announced the launch of the Enertronic S – the latest addition to the company’s dedicated range of industrial UPS products. Covering single-phase outputs from 1.25 to 10kVA, the cost-effective and scalable Enertronic S is targeted at the utilities, oil & gas, transport, telecommunication, industrial process and automation industries. The Enertronic S is […]
Located in Aberdeenshire on the East-Coast of Scotland, Peterhead is home to one of Scotland’s most flexible and efficient power stations, capable of supplying between 240MW and 400MW of electricity and providing back-up power to the UK’s and Ireland’s National Grid. The gas power generation plant uses 3 gas turbines to convert fuel type gas […]
Power protection and conversion specialist Benning UK today announced that following comprehensive assessment it has achieved the ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certifications and Investor in People recognition with a Silver accreditation. This, when added to the company’s existing ISO 9001 Quality Management certification, completes the set of ‘the big 4’ quality certifications. Independent external […]
Power plants not only generate electricity – they also need to consume it to function safely: Major loads, such as electronic controls and communications plants, must therefore have a reliable supply to guard against power failure.
Fluctuating oil and gas prices and increasing demand from Asia and other emerging economies are two trends currently dominating the global petrochemical industry. At the same time, global competition is undoubtedly intensifying.
The German air traffic control (DSF) system failure in 2012, the earthquake off Japan in 2011 (Fukushima) or the earthquake in Haiti in 2010 all show the risks and vulnerabilities of the energy production, infrastructure and communication sectors.