Utility Systems Technologies, Inc.

UST is a global supplier of custom power conditioners, electronic voltage regulators, sag ride thru devices, and current balancing equipment. With unique patented technology, UST can design & build standard or custom configurations utilizing state of the art, high speed electronic circuitry, combined with robust magnetics to insure optimum performance for an extended life cycle. With no moving parts, all UST products are easily maintained and operate at the highest efficiency, in order to meet the high demands of today’s industrial markets.

Are you having power problems with: High, low or fluctuating voltages, Deep voltage sags, current unbalance, brownouts or other power quality issues? UST can provide a solution customized to your requirements – anywhere in the world…

UST protects equipment from over or under, voltage conditions which may trigger machinery to fail and cause unexpected downtime. The associated financial losses surrounding production stoppages can have serious financial impact on a business, and thus presents justification for voltage regulation and power conditioning equipment manufactured by UST.

UST's Industry leading core product lines include:

UST power conditioners are available for applications from 3 to 2,500 kVA for single and three phase, 50 or 60 Hz, up to 600 volts. Custom enclosures such as NEMA 3R or stainless steel NEMA 4X are also available upon request.

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