Posts tagged NFPA 1 chapter 52

VRLA Battery Degradation: How a Single Bad Battery Can Cause Thermal Runaway

VRLA Battery Degradation How a Single Bad Battery Can Cause Thermal Runaway Our white paper Valve Regulated Lead-Acid Battery Degradation: How a Single Bad Battery Can Cause Thermal Runaway was written as a guide for UPS owners on how to properly support UPS batteries to prevent a thermal runaway condition. While a majority of our […]

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Project: Battery Monitoring and Spare Parts

Situation A multi campus client of Johnston Technologies was struggling to maintain a normal battery life in their uninterruptible power supply (UPS). The building was limited on available space, so the decision was made to set the UPS in a condensed room with no central air conditioning availability and located in a parking garage.  Over […]

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2014 Q3

August 2014 Volume 2 Issue 5    Disaster Prevention Proactive vs. Reactive      A data center disaster can happen with or without an adequate prevention plan. The best prevention plans are to proactively monitor and maintain common risks (such as UPS batteries). Battery failures (like in the picture to the left) can happen in the […]

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