DC Group delivers streamlined, one-stop maintenance and emergency service for every make and model of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) built since the 1980s, including Vertiv (Emerson/Liebert), Eaton (Powerware), Schneider Electric (MGE/APC), Mitsubishi, Toshiba, General Electric and many others. Today, DC Group is North America’s #1 independent uninterruptible power supply maintenance provider with service across the United States and Canada.
Where the OEM leaves off, DC Group steps in, maintaining your UPS equipment with the largest inventory of UPS parts (including obsolete and OEM-discontinued parts) in the industry. It all adds up to smarter power management and better use of your critical power budget. Get in touch to streamline and save.
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DC = Data Center
DC Group stands for Data Center Group. We specialize in mission-critical services for our data center clients across the U.S. and Canada. Discover what makes us the #1 trusted independent uninterruptible power supply maintenance provider.
Our field service engineers (FSEs) have a minimum of seven years of OEM or military UPS experience. Your personal account manager keeps you on a proactive track. Our Power Pros are the key to DC Group’s 100% service completion rate.
DC Group has the largest inventory of uninterruptible power supply parts in the industry – including obsolete and OEM-discontinued parts. This means you can keep your equipment going strong and make the most of your UPS investment.
Get someone to your site in record time, anywhere in the U.S. or Canada. Our unmatched parts inventory and experienced field service engineer team gives you the fastest response times in the industry during a UPS emergency.
The PowerTools Suite™
Discover the most advanced suite of power management software in the industry. Maximize the performance and efficiency of UPS equipment with this innovative technology, complimentary with every UPS maintenance plan.
Your Power Plan
Clients typically save 25% or more on uninterruptible power supply maintenance and emergency services when they switch to DC Group. Customize your contract and coordinate services for more savings. Discover the DC Group difference.
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“DC Group is the best. The techs come in and do their jobs and leave. Never any issues with these guys. They are so good.”
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“Great company to work with. Always very diligent in their PM services, reports and scheduling.”
“I have been using DC Group for years on multiple accounts and have never had any issues.”
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“All members of the DC Group team have always been very professional and courteous, and flexible enough to meet changing schedules and requests.”
“The service tech always performs his work in a timely and safe manner.”
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CEO Jon Frank announced that DC Group's Minneapolis headquarters would be equipped with the Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization (NPBI) system from Global Plasma Solutions (GPS). "We have had COVID-19 safety measures in place for several months, but this truly gives our employees peace of mind," Frank said, "this system represents the cutting edge of air quality and anti-pathogen technology." The NPBI system has been installed in ICUs and ORs at Mayo Clinic and many other health care facilities, as well as in commercial airlines. It is quickly becoming the standard in private jets. How it Works The NPBI system releases a steady stream of charged ions into the air. These ions attach to microscopic particles and then do a few of different things, depending on the particle type. Odors, ultrafine dust and other contaminants. For these types of particles the ions attach an extra electron. Adding this electron to the particles makes them heavier, and gravity takes care of the rest. This process is called “agglomeration”; it helps air filters capture particles that would otherwise continue to circulate. Potential pathogens and viruses. For this particle type, the ions strip any hydrogen away...