Sintering Furnace (Battery back-up&UPS)

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Anybody using a Battery Back-up on their furnaces 110v (Sintras)

When we have thunderstorms I get anxiety about loosing 100s of units each night to Power outage!

We often will get a small surge in power and only need a few minutes of battery assistance.,,,,

Anybody in a similar spot

Thanks in advance
 
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Anybody using a Battery Back-up on their furnaces 110v (Sintras)

When we have thunderstorms I get anxiety about loosing 100s of units each night to Power outage!

We often will get a small surge in power and only need a few minutes of battery assistance.,,,,

Anybody in a similar spot

Thanks in advance
For a furnace at max 15A draw for 10 minutes it will be around $3k USD per furnace to have individual UPS per furnace. If yours never draw a full 15 you can reduce that, or you can get a BIG one and have it set up by an electrician to immediately take over on those legs if power fails.

Here's a calculator to play with:
https://powerquality.eaton.com/thoughtleadership/choosing-ups/size-a-ups.asp
 
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Very helpful....not the cheapest route,,,,but may be necessary for a good night s sleep:)
 
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It might be just better to have a backup generator instead of a battery for this purpose me thinks
 
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Generater would need to be "seamless" switch,,,,may be more costly......
then again,,,I am the one looking for help,,,,so may look into it!! lol

thanks
 
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