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What is Mission Critical?

“Mission Critical” is a term used to describe business components that are fundamentally essential to the survival of that facility, operation, or organization. Without their mission critical component functioning as designed, a business would fail in maintaining the desired operational structure.

AXI International aims to provide proven mission critical solutions to mitigate the risks and improve the reliability of these operations.

Examples of mission critical components and the direct liability include:

  • Power in hospitals and medical facilities, a power outage would result in loss of equipment functionality leading to operational failure and possible loss of life for many relying on impacted equipment
  • Power in data centers, with a loss of power being synonymous with a loss of operational ability, potentially at a cost of over $5M per hour
  • Power in laboratories, where a loss of power could result in loss of research, loss of access to and the overall accuracy of critical data
  • Power in public safety facilities such as police departments and fire departments, loss of power could result in a loss of critical communications which would create a lapse in emergency service response
  • Military and government facilities, in which a loss of power to strategic components would result in losses of data, communications, and possible breaches in security

Critical Operations Power Systems

When it comes to managing mission critical systems or facilities, it is important to understand the degree of importance power reliability plays in maintaining sufficient operational capability in these industries.

AXI International is a knowledgeable voice in this space, with decades of experience in assisting facility operators and managers in finding ways to mitigate power outage risks.

Backup power reliability is crucial to maintaining reliability in mission critical facilities, and a vital element of the backup power system is the fuel being supplied to the generator. With facilities often storing tens of thousands of gallons of fuel on-site for backup power it is important to understand the degradation that can occur in the fuel over time. 

This degradation and contamination can lead to faults in equipment operability, further leading to functional failure of the backup power system. These faults and failures can occur in a number of different fuel system components, making it important to understand the effects of diesel fuel contamination. 

Fuel Polishing to Ensure Backup Power Reliability

Through periodic fuel polishing, the quality of fuel being stored in bulk fuel tanks can be maintained. With AXI International’s line of fuel polishing solutions, you can remain confident in the operational integrity of your facility’s backup power system in the case of an emergency or where grid power is no longer available.

With programmable intelligent solutions, you can set polishing schedules with ease. AXI International’s intelligent solutions also have multiple alarms, warning operators of system faults such as high motor temperature, low flow, and more.

From mobile polishing carts to plumbed-in solutions, AXI International provides a variety of fuel maintenance and management solutions to suit your unique needs.

AXI International also offers engineering services to analyze fuel tank and site design, determine proper equipment selection, and create proper supporting documentation.

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