As experts in UPS battery maintenance and replacement industry for both VRLA and Wet Cell battery systems. And with our UPS maintenance service, EBS ensures the reliability and safety of the entire system.

UPS battery maintenance services are designed to detect and correct potential issues so they don’t cause problems in your data center - including lost power, corrupted data and system failure. Incredibly over 90% of UPS failure is attributed to battery error. When EBS perform maintenance inspections we look for leaking cells, cracked cases, etc. Temperature, voltage, and conductance are also measured, tracked, and analysed.

Batteries that support the UPS system are vital to ensuring maximum up-time in your facility. EBS provides turn-key replacement services including recommending the optimal size and model of battery systems that best meet your facility’s specific needs. We are trained in the removal and disposal of your existing battery, installation and testing of the new batteries, and most importantly verifying that the batteries are operating properly within the UPS system.

The single most critical element of UPS performance is battery quality. All it takes is one bad battery to ruin an entire string of batteries and bring your UPS system and attached equipment down during a power outage or other interruption. Battery failure is the number 1 cause of UPS load loss & system downtime.

We provide various options when it comes to your battery replacements as well as having a fully qualified team to ensure the correct installation of your batteries.


The most common type of battery used in today’s UPS's are the valve-regulated lead acid (VRLA) battery, also known as a sealed or maintenance-free battery. VRLA batteries are sealed, usually within polypropylene plastic, which offers the advantage of not containing any sloshing liquid that might leak or drip. Because water cannot be added to VRLA batteries, recombination of water is critical to their life and health. In addition, any factor that increases the rate of evaporation or water loss, such as temperature or heat from the charging current, reduces the life of the battery.


A STANDBY battery application is one where a battery is maintained, using a float charge voltage, in a 100% state of charge ready to support an attached load immediately should the mains supply fail. The float charge voltage ensures the correct current flow to compensate for any self-discharge.  Typical applications for this type of battery is an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS).


A cyclic battery application is one where a battery is discharged and charged on a regular and/or planned basis. A typical application for a cyclic industrial battery system would be an electrical power load shedding system.


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