Shopping centers and
department stores

Customer challenges
in shopping centers and department stores

Shopping malls have numerous different pieces of equipment that need a continuous power supply. They directly affect the reliability of the shopping mall’s operation. Power outages affect for example lighting, air conditioning, cold storage, and the operation of escalators and elevators. Cash registers and their computer systems also suffer from power outages, which slow down customer service and aggravate customers negatively affecting the reputation of the shopping mall and its many different stores. It is possible to effectively prevent power outages and maintain a high-quality and reliable service in shopping malls by improving power quality.

Applications like elevators, escalators, cash registers, computer screens, lighting, air-conditioning, cold storage, etc.

Merus® Solutions improving power quality
in shopping centers and department stores

  • Reliable operation of critical processes
  • Higher service quality
  • Energy savings
  • Reduced maintenance and operating costs
  • Extended lifetime of electrical equipment
  • Possibility to add more loads without extra investment
  • Compliance with grid codes including IEEE 519, G5/4, EN 50160, and also other power quality standards and regulations
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