With over 80 years of experience in the industry, our trusted engineers are on hand 24/7 and fully equipped to service, interrogate and repair equipment from almost any OEM.
Why Choose Dale Power?
- One of the largest, qualified and independent battery suppliers in the UK
- Detailed battery commissioning organised by our team of dedicated project managers
- Complete battery lifecycle management
- Correct battery sizing and supply to meet any customer requirements
- Battery waste management
- Efficient battery installation to minimise customer disruption
- Battery maintenance to avoid downtime
- National coverage with on/off-shore maintenance reach
Battery Management to meet the demand
What's involved in a Battery maintenance?
Dale Power Solutions is one of the largest and leading independent suppliers of battery management in the UK. As your complete battery solution provider we have a wealth of experience with all types of stationary rechargeable batteries. Our vast range of services are vital to ensure the correct sizing, supply, installation, commissioning, maintenance, testing and complete lifecycle management of the battery. As an independent secure power provider we choose or recommend only the best battery for your application.
With our superb service and maintenance packages you have the assurance that your battery meets demanding and ever-changing legislation, particularly in terms of health and safety and care for the environment, including waste management. Our engineers have detailed risk assessments, method statements and site compliant rules are always accommodated.
Predictive and preventative maintenance is regularly carried out to ensure you avoid any downtime. When problems with your batteries occur our service engineers will be on hand to analyse the situation. It is often possible to make repairs and reconfigurations to solve problems but sometimes batteries reach the end of their lifecycle. In this event suitable replacements are recommended.
Battery testing and inspections are available for all of our batteries, from single cells to entire charging rooms. This is vital for keeping batteries in good condition.
Voltage measurement and discharge testing – Using either site load or a load bank we carry out battery autonomy checks. Full battery capacity checks are to recognised and approved standards.
Sophisticated cell testing and continuous monitoring – Our condition monitoring checks use battery resistance instruments to enable full site reporting of individual cell voltage and internal resistance readings including associated interconnections.
Supply, Installation and Commissioning
Our expert engineers will select and size the correct battery technology and type to ensure the optimum choice for your application. We can satisfy your every requirement from individual cells and mono-blocks to full banks, strings and entire sites.
Once you’ve selected your batteries and accommodation, our team of engineers and project managers will organise everything required for installation on your site.
We offer a comprehensive range of UPS systems for hire and provide full project management support for our customers.
UPS Installation Commissioning
Our engineers have the experience and capability to safely install generators to the customer’s specification. Installation can be carried out anytime, anywhere.
With Dale Power Solutions remote monitoring platform you can easily monitor and control your UPS, energy storage or generator performance.
How often should I replace my UPS Battery?
Typically the time frame for replacing a UPS systems battery is between 3-5 years. However, this entirely depends on a multitude of factors such as environment, load, maintenance and more.
Research has shown some industries are pushing for further longevity therefore Dale can offer up to 20 years battery life depending on battery type and usage such as NiCad and Plante for instance.
Can I buy a replacement UPS battery?
Yes. Contact us to find out how we can help you find the right UPS battery to keep your system running.
What does battery maintenance involve?
Regular checks can mean the difference between a scheduled repair and power downtime, so it is important to keep your batteries and UPS regularly maintained. The majority of OEM-recommended maintenance procedures for UPS systems are the same and consist of inspecting and servicing individual critical systems.