Rolls-Royce expands MTU product range with Kinolt UPS

Rolls-Royce's Power Systems division has this week expanded its MTU portfolio to include uninterruptible power supply systems.

For especially critical installations such as datacentres, hospitals or industrial plants with sensitive production processes, the MTU Kinetic PowerPacks promise continually high energy quality and eliminate parasitic effects on the power grid.

In the event of failure of the power grid, the systems reliably safeguard the energy supply without loss of power or voltage in the microgrid.

"As compact UPS systems, the MTU Kinetic PowerPacks represent a substantial addition to our range of practice-proven emergency power gensets," says Andreas Görtz, vice-president of power generation at Rolls-Royce Power Systems. "We can now offer our customers complete energy security solutions for their safety-critical installations that are extremely economical in terms of both acquisition and operating costs. The sales and service organisation will gradually be incorporated in the Rolls-Royce Power Systems service organisation. As a result, customers will have access to an even closer network."

MTU Kinetic PowerPacks combine the function of an uninterruptible power supply with an emergency power supply using flywheel energy storage and modern diesel engines. The technology offers high quality supply to the consumer grid combined with compact dimensions.

Image courtesy: Rolls-Royce

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