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by far the cheapest option will be to use a generator.

I have installed a self built lifepo4/inverter(3kw) setup like those trolley systems in my wife's beauty salon which cost about the same as a big domestic generator (salon did not have high loads, wax pots and steamers drew the most current) but noise of a generator was a concern

a hair salon will require a much larger system, have done a 5kw inverter with lifep4 batteries for a friend's hair salon, limitations was that only one big hair dryer could be used at a time together with all the lights, pos system, network and camera systems ect.

so basically it depends on what you want powered during load shedding. 

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I agree that a generator might be the best solution.

I am almost sure that each drier uses about 2Kw of power alone which will be your largest draw of power excluding the geyser. Depending on your salon size and amount of customers at any given time the KW's can add up. This would make a inverter system very costly.

 

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