Powering business resilience and field operations

April 2024 Infrastructure, Products & Solutions

[Sponsored] Power instability and the demand for operational efficiency in remote and field-based environments increasingly challenge South Africa's economic landscape. For businesses looking to overcome these challenges, the Anker 757 Portable Power Station emerges as a strategic asset.

Uninterrupted business operations during power instabilities

In regions plagued by frequent power outages, South African business owners face critical disruptions that can lead to revenue loss and operational downtime. The Anker 757 PowerHouse offers a reliable solution with its 1229 Wh capacity and 1500 W output power, capable of keeping essential business operations running smoothly. It is particularly effective for powering critical infrastructures such as point-of-sale systems in retail, ensuring communications systems remain active in offices, and keeping small refrigeration units operational to prevent spoilage in food services.

Moreover, the Anker 757 PowerHouse's portability allows it to be easily moved and set up wherever it is most needed, providing a flexible power solution for businesses with multiple operational sites, or those that need to quickly adapt to changing circumstances. This adaptability is important for maintaining customer service and operational effectiveness during unexpected power disruptions, cementing the Anker 757 PowerHouse as an indispensable tool for business continuity.

Enhancing productivity in field and remote operations

Field operations in sectors such as construction, environmental research, and on-site services often suffer from a lack of access to reliable power sources. The Anker 757 PowerHouse bridges this gap, enabling the use of high-energy tools and devices essential for productivity in these conditions. With the ability to charge a laptop up to 16,8 times and support relevant machinery, it transforms remote work sites into efficient stations, free from the constraints of fixed power infrastructure.

Additionally, the Anker 757's capacity to support a range of electrical tools—from electric drills to environmental monitoring equipment—ensures that field workers are equipped for comprehensive task execution with minimal downtime. This capability is invaluable for sectors that require high mobility and consistent power availability, enhancing field productivity and reducing operational delays caused by power shortages.

A tool for economic and environmental efficiency

Besides its direct benefits to operational continuity and field efficiency, the Anker 757 PowerHouse is an environmentally friendly alternative to diesel generators. Its silent operation and emission-free technology make it suitable for both urban settings and nature-sensitive areas, promoting sustainable business practices and compliance with environmental regulations. This aspect is particularly appealing to companies aiming to meet corporate sustainability goals and reduce their environmental impact.

The Anker 757 PowerHouse not only offers economic advantages through operational efficiency but also reduces running costs associated with traditional power solutions. By leveraging renewable energy sources and minimising dependency on fossil fuels, businesses can potentially lower their energy expenses and enhance their green credentials, making the Anker 757 PowerHouse a smart investment in today’s eco-conscious market.

A dependable partner for South African businesses

Equipped with HyperFlash technology, the Anker 757 PowerHouse can be rapidly recharged between uses, ensuring it is ready to support the next day’s activities without fail. The robust build and best-in-class 5-year warranty further establish the Anker 757 as a dependable partner for South African businesses facing the dual challenges of erratic power supply and the need for mobility and flexibility in operations.

Investing in the Anker 757 PowerHouse is not merely about acquiring a backup power source; it is about enabling uninterrupted business operations, enhancing field productivity, and advancing towards a greener operational model. Available at major retailers like Takealot and Digital Experience, the Anker 757 PowerHouse is priced at R15 699, a strategic investment for any business looking to fortify its operations against the unpredictable South African power grid and beyond.

Essential device charging during blackouts:

• Charge a phone up to 97 X

• Charge a laptop up to 16,8 X

• Run an electric fan for up to 18,4 hours

• Run a 12 W light for 131 hours

• Power an electric drill for 48 minutes

• Power a corded grass trimmer for 48 minutes

• Power a corded mower for 48 minutes

• Power a jack hammer for 42 minutes

For more information contact Premium Brand Distributors, Christine Norton, [email protected]

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