Battery replacement service in qatar
QTC provides the best battery replacement services, including fast delivery and replacement regardless of site location, as well as an installation guide and safety instructions for handling new batteries.
Our battery replacement service are vendor agnostic, with technicians trained to replace batteries manufactured by any major manufacturer. Our technicians are able to replace the batteries in your UPS or DC power system. We can replace your batteries without disrupting the load by scheduling off-hours for any job and having available temporary battery banks.
Before leaving the job site, our expert technicians will test the batteries to make sure your new battery backup is up to code and safeguarding your vital load.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT COMPANY IN QATAR
Our company provides 24*7 onsite battery repair and battery replacement service in Doha, Qatar. QTCQA is a leading battery supplier in Qatar, Doha. We are professional technicians who can install, maintain, replace, or remove your UPS batteries. Choose the battery service and avoid future failures by using our services.
Our comprehensive set of battery replacement services, fulfilled by trained and certified professionals, ensure your UPS operates reliably and efficiently. When done proactively, you will avoid unplanned downtime, reduce costs, and safeguard your system’s availability.
A UPS battery typically lasts 3 to 5 years. This depends on a number of variables, including the ambient temperature where the unit is located.
We don’t recommend it. UPS batteries are a little complex. If you are not a professional, there are a lot of things that could go wrong during the installation. You’re almost always better off hiring a battery replacement expert to handle the job.
In order to recharge their batteries, UPS systems can be connected to a temporary feed. In some circumstances, a refreshing charge can be carried out using external battery charging systems.
Using a multimeter, you can check the internal condition of your UPS battery. First, take the UPS unit’s battery out of the unit. Then, using the multimeter, measure the voltage and amperage of the battery. Your UPS battery is still healthy as long as those indicators remain within normal ranges.
Our on-site technicians are available 24/7 to help with operational and technical issues.