If your critical processes need to be available 24/7, you can count on reliable energy and emergency power supplies from Bakker Sliedrecht. We supply tailored solutions and minimise risks and costs for a range of applications such as data centres, healthcare institutions and chemicals companies.
Our experienced project managers, engineers and technicians deliver non fault-sensitive installations which have been extensively tested in the in-house testing environment. Moreover, control & monitoring systems give you insight into your system at all times and quickly localise any faults. This can be done on site or remotely. In addition, we offer service-maintenance contracts with 24/7 service, assuring you of non-stop energy supplies.
Bakker Sliedrecht delivers high-quality emergency power supplies with reliable generator sets. As a system integrator, we know how your installation and process work and deliver an integrated solution. We take responsibility for the total emergency power supply. At Bakker Sliedrecht, you have a single point of contact and save costs because we are able to offer advice, design, installation and maintenance. As a brand independent system integrator, we thereby offer you convenience by providing maintenance and service for your existing emergency power supply.
Alongside emergency power solutions, we also take care of the integration of your entire electrical package and automation. Bakker Sliedrecht takes the project management out of your hands, meeting your needs with our flexible and customer-oriented way of working. Moreover we maximise the availability of your installation with our worldwide service network.
Emergency power supply:
With about 187.000 employees in 64 countries, Saint-Gobain is the largest producer of building materials in the world. Two deprived emergency power units had to be replaced at the production site of the Dutch subsidiary, Saint-Gobain Isover in Etten-Leur. The combination Bakker Sliedrecht/Pon Power won the public tender in competition and replaced the two generators by three Cat C15s.