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Implementing best practices is an essential step in ensuring operational availability of Critical Systems

Maintenance / Repair Service Management & Monitoring


CB Critical Systems offers owners complete support for service and maintenance of critical environments and their infrastructure systems. We manage UPSs, Battery Systems, Generators, transfer equipment, Air Conditioners, mechanical systems, Fire Suppressions systems, and offer 24X7 site infrastructure monitoring so our customers can focus on their core competencies.

Our approach includes:

  • Discussing Risks, and scheduling service within acceptable work periods
  • Utilizing Manufacturer authorized and trained personnel to perform maintenance and repair services
  • Coordinating all associated sub-systems and trades that may be impacted by work
  • Directly Overseeing the work with operational continuity and owners interests in mind
  • Serving as the “First Responders”  for events that may impact the critical spaces we manage

Repair and maintenance service in Critical environment creates exposure to loss of business continuity, critical power, and cooling. CB Critical Systems can provide work scripts, SOPs, MOPS, and direct on-site professional oversight to ensure a trouble and incident free work effort. Our experience drafting maintenance operation procedures (MOP), Standard operational procedures (SOP), and work scripts provides piece of mind for contractors, facilities managers, and owners alike.

We tailor maintenance programs to meet specific site availability requirements and/or cost constraints. Our experience allows us to focus on Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) to provide greater value than typical preventative maintenance (PM) practices that are often used in the industry. Using years of data collected servicing data centers and other critical systems allows us to focuses resources on susceptible components, equipment, and devices that can increase availability and reduce overall maintenance and repair cost.

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