The modern healthcare facility mixes life safety apparatus with complex diagnostic and patient monitoring equipment. Medical records are computerised and instantly accessible across hospital and doctor networks. Secure, dependable power is essential.

Piller designed and installed the central power supply system for the world’s largest hospital in Sweden.

Piller’s Isolated Parallel (IP-Bus)

For fault tolerance in large-scale medical applications, Piller’s Isolated Parallel (IP-Bus) technology offers an alternative to a standalone UPS, providing a safe, compact and environmentally friendly solution.

Piller’s range of innovative configurations includes the Isolated Parallel Bus (IP-Bus) system where multiple modules are connected in parallel to provide highly reliable, fault-tolerant and concurrently maintainable solutions that deliver high power security along with low lifetime operational costs.

Rotary UNIBLOCK™ UPS up to 40MVA

The UNIBLOCK is a key contributor in providing seamless power to your business systems and processes, providing independence from utility power and disturbances on the supply network. UNIBLOCK™ simply provides confidence in delivering business on schedule day after day, year after year. 

Static UPS from 3kVA – 400kVA

Complex computer centres, automated production plants and other critical applications make high demands on UPS systems, as power supply failures can have catastrophic results. Non-linear loads therefore have to be handled as safely as shock loads and overloads such as those caused by power surges. When it comes to the security and economy of a UPS system, there is no room for compromise. The Piller Static UPS meets the highest requirements of a secure power supply and at the same time is very economical.

Critical Power Modules (CPM)

The Piller Critical Power Module (CPM) topology is designed to deliver optimum performance combined with all of the operational features demanded by the modern data centre. The module houses its own energy storage with sufficient guaranteed capacity for delayed transition to standby generators.