Not all Diesel Rotary UPS (DRUPS) systems are the same
Piller reliability still reigns supreme
While many of the world’s major organisations and institutions now recognise the distinct advantages of Rotary UPS and DRUPS systems over traditional battery UPS (lower TCO and reduced intervention in service, vastly reduced footprint, and longer system lifecycle), it is important to recognise the inevitable disparity that must exist among manufacturers.
A tradition of engineering excellence and a commitment to quality and reliability at every level enables Piller Power Systems, the world’s largest supplier and undisputed leader in rotary UPS technology, to provide cast-iron security to major financial institutions, data centres, airports, broadcasting & telecommunications networks, healthcare facilities and continuous process production sites around the globe.
Commenting on Piller’s state of the art Diesel Rotary UPS systems, Andrew Dyke, Global Managing Director of the Piller Group said:
“Our uncompromising commitment to research and development has made Piller UPS the most advanced and reliable in the world, evidenced by the fact that we are the world’s largest rotary UPS manufacturer and a top 5 manufacturer of three phase UPS in general.”
With mission-critical power solutions that utilise the very best of Rotary UPS, DRUPS and static technologies and a premium level of 24/7 support, Piller remains the world’s No.1 choice for reliable power when outages are simply unthinkable.
Piller DRUPS protection for NEXTDC Data Centres, Australia.
Piller is a world leader in power protection technology. The company builds electrical systems for mission-critical applications worldwide. Clients include many of the world's central and commercial banks, stock exchanges and other financial institutions, as well as broadcasters, airports, telecommunications networks, government departments and co-location operators.
Founded by the German engineer Anton Piller in 1909, more than a century on Piller is still headquartered and produces in Osterode and nearby Bilshausen, although today the company has subsidiaries across Europe, the Americas, Asia and Australia and today employs approaching 1000 people worldwide. In November 2016, Piller Power Systems Inc, the US subsidiary of Piller Group GmbH, acquired the assets and business of Active Power Inc, the US kinetic energy storage specialist.
Piller group is a division of the UK engineering and industrial group, Langley Holdings plc.