Power Surge Protection

What is a Power Surge?

Power surges can be costly – both because they can damage expensive devices and appliances in your home and due to the down time they may cause in your office.

Power surges are caused by large external events, such as a lightning strikes or trees falling on power lines, and smaller internal events, such as switching a device on or off. Large surges are infrequent but have the potential to immediately damage all the items that are plugged in at the time of the search. They can also affect your electrical circuit as a whole. Small surges occur many times every day cause a smaller amount of damage. However, each surge deteriorates things further and further until your electrical circuit or appliance breaks altogether.

H4ORCE’s Power Surge Protection

H4ORCE can safeguard your home or office from power surges with the following:

Transient Voltage Suppressor, used in H4ORCE's Power Surge Protection Services, Sydney– Transient voltage suppressors
– Single or multiple power outlets with power surge protection
– Switch off of power if a device reaches its maximum voltage
– Safety lights to indicate the power status which will alert you if voltage is reaching a dangerous level

Power surge protection is crucial to the the longevity of your appliances and devices as well as the safety of your home and office. Call us on 0400 446 723 to arrange our power surge protection services today in Sydney, Australia.

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