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Socomec's latest critical power technology on show at Railtex 2013

17 April 2013

Socomec has built on its extensive experience in the European rail sector to develop a range of advanced critical power solutions - including the IP+ UPS Rail range - for the requirements of UK rail sector

The range will be showcased at Railtex 2013, 30 April-2 May, and represents the very latest in critical power technology for the mass transportation sector, ensuring the safe and reliable operation of rail networks and infrastructure.

The latest Socomec UPS and Emergency Lighting technology has already been implemented as part of projects at King’s Cross station, Leyton Underground station and Cross Rail.

As with all Socomec installations, the ongoing performance of the system is managed by highly skilled and experienced engineering team with the necessary trackside training and accreditations to install and maintain equipment throughout the product lifecycle. A nationwide network of specialist engineers provides local support 24/7/365 to guarantee operational continuity providing very low MTTR.

With unprecedented numbers choosing to travel by rail, the ongoing performance of the installed systems is vital. Andrew Wilkinson, Regional Managing Director of Socomec explains, “High quality engineering support is a vital component in any business continuity plan and is, unfortunately, often overlooked until something goes wrong. Socomec’s dedicated critical power engineering team ensures business continuity, optimises efficiency and guarantees the safe performance of UPS and Emergency Lighting systems in Rail applications.”






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