Su-Kam has become a highly visible name along the length and breadth of Nigeria. Its
technology has enabled a vast range of people and organisations to carry on working despite power outages. Here are a few snapshots.
Su-Kam is helping in the battle against HIV/AIDS. In a project funded by the World Bank, 75 units of 7.5 KVA / 120 V were installed in various federal government hospitals across 36 states of Nigeria which have HIV/AIDS testing laboratories.
In 2009, the Under 17 Football World Cup was held in Nigeria. For this global event, Su-Kam high capacity online UPS systems (20, 25, 30, 40 and 50 KVA) were installed in 18 football stadiums across Nigeria.
For well-known banks like Skye Bank, Unity Bank, FCMB and Afri Bank, Su-Kam power back-up systems are a veritable lifeline. Around 500 ATM locations across Nigeria are powered by Su-Kam's 3 KVA / 180 V online UPS systems.
The Nigerian Police Headquarters depend on Su-Kam inverters of various capacities for reliable power back-up in their office building.
In the Nigerian capital of Abuja, the headquarters of the Defence Ministry depends upon Su-Kam inverters and online UPS systems to protect their critical applications.
The country's foremost television channel, the Nigerian Television Authority, chose Su-Kam's 50 KVA online UPS system to ensure that work at their television station carries on without a break.
The leading radio channel, Brilla FM, has installed Su-Kam's 40 KVA / 360 V online UPS in their radio station. Another radio channel, Freedom Radio, has installed Su-Kam's 30 KVA / 360 V online UPS in their radio station.
Two leading churches in Nigeria – Christ Embassy and Lord's Chosen Church – have installed Su-Kam's 40 KVA / 360 V and 50 KVA / 360 V inverters in their premises.
MTN, a well-known telecom company, has set up a co-operative society, whose members patronize Su-Kam products for their domestic use.
Other locations where Su-Kam products of various capacities have been installed include : the British Embassy, the West African Examination Council, the University of Zaria, the University of Enugu, the Nigerian Army and all the KFC outlets across Nigeria.
Even among individual customers, Su-Kam has established itself as one of the best-selling makers of power back-up systems. The company has won the West African Best Brand for Inverters Award for two consecutive years – 2009 and 2010