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Power Surge Suppression

Sinetamer offers the industry's most complete and capable line of high quality surge protection devices against lightning, transients & surges

Power Quality Analysis

Energy Audits & Power

Quality Analysis

Assisting our clients reduce production energy costs by identifying high energy consuming cost centres through deliberate energy measures to drive positive ROI 

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Energy Management & Electrical
Consulting

Positioned to strategically define resource performance impact within businesses

Power Backup

Power Backup

Providing a well rounded UPS systems, equipment and accessories

Voltage Stabilizer

Voltage Stabilizers & Inverters

Offering the most complete and capable line of high quality surge protective devices

Electrical Consulting

Electrical Consulting & Support

Offering expert advice on matters relating to Power and Surge Suppression

Data Centers

For today’s communications, banking, and financial sectors, the reliance of data centers to obtain, store, retrieve, communicate, and utilize data is vital. Large data centers can be a standalone structure or specified rooms or doors within a facility. Small data centers range from a single room to a standalone equipment rack


Whether the data center is categorized as large or small, the demand to process more data continues to grow. For this reason, organizations have replaced existing equipment with new, smaller, and more powerful technology. However, this newer IT equipment is also more susceptible to power fluctuations and transient conditions.

Providing adequate transient protection requires that SPDs be installed throughout the facility. The IEEE Emerald Book recommends that SPDs be installed at these specific areas within the data center:

  • Each service entrance location
  • Each distribution level switch gear, UPS, or PDU
  • All point of use locations (specic IT and HVAC equipment)
  • Any system (HVAC, re alarm, security) that requires components to be located external to the structure of the facility

Hospitality & Health

Healthcare is probably the best example of an industry that absolutely needs clean power. With increasingly advanced technological equipment, dirty power can literally put people’s lives at stake.

Six out of 10 healthcare institutions in the U.S. will launch new construction or renovation projects to accommodate increasing demand, and more than 25% will add new data centers as the nation moves to increased reliance on electronic medical records (EMRs). The rapidly increasing
need for consistent, high-quality power cannot be overemphasized. In addition, patients’ health, property and capital investments are also at risk.

For ultimate protection, healthcare institutions need cascading surge protection that includes:

  • Type 1 SPDs installed at SE locations, emergency power sources, and external ATS terminals.
  • Type 2 SPDs installed at all distribution locations and internal ATS.
  • Active Tracking Filters TM installed “upstream” of key essential equipment.
  • Data lines protected at transmission and receiving ends.
  • All security (cameras and line) and re-alarm panels protected.

Commercial & Industrial

  • Agriculture – Prevent productivity loss, as well as material or stock waste from unexpected power outages.
  • Education – Maintain power for critical load areas, such as data centers, emergency lighting facilities and storage facilities that require uninterrupted power supply.
  • Government – Maintain critical load areas such as lighting, communication and data centers vital to government facilities.
  • Hospitality – Back up power without disrupting operations and lighting.
  • Manufacturing – Meet increasing production volumes and time-to-market rates.
  • Offices – Ensure continued protection of the growing number of electrical devices, even during maintenance.
  • Retail – Ensure continued business operations and prevent perishables from going to waste.
  • Telecommunications – Ensure continuous service for applications, and maintain and monitor systems for optimal performance.
  • Transportation – Keep vital transportation equipment going despite extended power loss.
  • Utilities – Secure emergency power systems for reliable power quality and protection.

Telecommunications

Telecommunications companies are also extremely vulnerable to power quality issues, since their operations begin and end with transactions moving through electronic systems.

The industry landscape is rapidly changing, with voice communications steadily moving toward VoIP environments. Telcos of every size, in both public and private networks, can expect to face a dual challenge of supporting existing TDM network services and adding similarly enriched VoIP capabilities.

The average consumer has high expectations for the quality and reliability of services, from phone and other communications services to computers and everything in between. Increasing demand for multifunctional devices adds to the challenge and complexity.

Most switch providers understand the importance of effective surge protection and the associated costs of equipment or system failure if there are gaps in that protection. However, the challenge remains to protect voltage-and time-sensitive solid-state equipment from voltage sags, swells, outages, and transients that can seriously affect their operation. And as with so many other industries, telecoms must also focus on heading to the threats that nature poses to their power-reliant systems.

Mission Critical

  • Air Traffic Control – Protect critical load centers; get efficient power monitoring programs for seamless operations.
  • Data Center – Prevent information loss, ensure business critical continuity, and stay ahead of the competition.
  • Healthcare – Support operations and ensure constant uptime for critical medical facilities.
  • Telecommunications – Ensure reliable support for vital telecom infrastructures for uninterrupted service to customers.

Residential / Light Commercial

  • Gas and Convenience Stores – Continue business operations with emergency power systems.
  • Residential – Protect critical load areas to minimize inconveniences of unexpected power loss.
  • Restaurant – Meet minimum load requirements and prevent food spoilage; or continue operations despite extended power outages.

Government & Corporate Facilities

Every business needs reliable, consistent, high-quality power to ensure its continued operation. Proper power protection can:
  • Deliver grid-to-chip protection for critical equipment and processes in electronics.
  • Keep data centers secure.
  • Provide peace-of-mind for communications’ infrastructures.
  • Defend fire, alarm, and security systems from downtime and damage

Maintain critical load areas such as lighting, communication and data centers vital to government facilities.
Ensure continued protection of the growing number of electrical devices, even during maintenance
Secure emergency power systems for reliable power quality and protection.

Why do you need surge protection?

Studies have proven that up to 80% of all surges are transients that are generated internally within buildings, factories and offices and that only 20% are generated externally in the form of lightning and power utility surges.

Transients, spikes and surges…..these disturbances are the most destructive, costly and common power quality events in industry today. These events represent millions of dollars a month in maintenance and production costs due to equipment failures, lost profits and losses due to opportunity costs. Over the years as virtually all equipment has become increasingly microprocessor based, such failures are more recurrent and more costly.

Transients, spikes and surges…..these disturbances are the most destructive, costly and common power quality events in industry today. These events represent millions of dollars a month in maintenance and production costs due to equipment failures, lost profits and losses due to opportunity costs. Over the years as virtually all equipment has become increasingly microprocessor based, such failures are more recurrent and more costly.

Other events such as fluctuations, blackouts and harmonics cause significant problems that are without a doubt disruptive, however as compared to transients, are much lower in actual damages.

Below are some of the reasons why you need SineTamer:

  • Cut annual maintenance electrical and/or electronic costs and provide the benefit of return of investment that typically ranges from 3 – 18 months.
  • Up to 25 year guarantee against all failures by an electrical anomaly, including lightning.
  • The best performing commercially available suppressor on the market today.
  • ISO9001 manufactured devices for AC/DC power, data, current loop and telecommunications applications from 0.5V to 6900V.
  • Industry leading design and performance with 20 years of on hand, real world field experience.
  • User friendly and easy installation.Below are some of the reasons why you need SineTamer

How exactly does SineTamer work?

  • Optimal Response Circuitry: Designed to mitigate repetitive high energy impulse transients generated by lightning, power system faults and load switching.
  • Optimal Sinewave Tracking: Employing multi stage hybrid technology suppressing internally generated ringwave transients down to harmless levels.
  • Circuit Encapsulation: Advanced circuit encapsulation technology as a means of enhancing the performance and durability of electronic and electrical circuits.
  • The Discrete “All Mode” Protection Advantage: Complete line of products offering the 10 modes for 3 phase 4 wire WYE and Delta circuits while other manufacturers are offering a reduced 7 or 4 mode system.
  • Brute strength and refined performance: Models provide the refined performance levels necessary to safeguard delicate microprocessor based electronics, allowing your critical systems to stay up and running.