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Arc Flash Fundamentals

[Arc Flash Webinar]
New to arc flash? We will walk you through different definitions, safety ratings, PPE types, regulations, and more. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned pro, you will learn a thing or two. Let's take your safety standard up a notch at your facility and keep every employee safe.

An Active Approach to Harmonic Correction

[Power Quality Webinar]
Harmonics is often an overlooked problem that lowers the performance of your equipment and potentially causes problems to your neighbors downstream. Do you know how much it is hurting your facility? We will take a comprehensive look at the different types of harmonics, the negative effects they bring, things to pay attention while pairing with VFDs or generators, and different options of harmonic mitigation.

Natural Gas VS Diesel Generators

[Generator Webinar]
How do you go about choosing a generator? Is natural gas better or is diesel better? In this webinar, we will walk you through how to choose an industrial generator step by step.


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Is Your Motor “Running Hot”?

July 8, 2020   Author:    Categories: Electric Motors   Tags: ,

A motor that “runs too hot” could be the symptom of an endless list of issues. So how do you know what the root cause of your motor’s temperature spike is? Throughout this article we will address some of the […]

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Guide to Arc Flash PPE – Using the Incident Energy Analysis Method

July 7, 2020   Author:    Categories: Arc Flash   Tags: ,

The incident energy analysis method uses complex calculations to come up with the incident energy for each individual piece of equipment. “The incident energy exposure level shall be based on the working distance of the employee’s face and chest areas […]

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Choosing a Quality Motor Repair Facility

July 3, 2020   Author:    Categories: Electric Motors   Tags: , ,

A quality motor is a large and expensive purchase. If something goes wrong, you want to make sure that you choose a repair shop that does quality work for a fair price. This article will cover some of the most […]

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Proper Bearing Lubrication: How and When

July 2, 2020   Author:    Categories: Electric Motors   Tags: ,

Proper bearing lubrication is key to keeping your motor running correctly. Lubrication separates rolling surfaces to reduce wear, removes excess heat generated by friction, acts as a barrier to contaminants, provides corrosion inhibition, and helps retain rolling elements during assembly.  […]

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I Just Bought a New Motor. What Do I Do Now?

June 30, 2020   Author:    Categories: Electric Motors   Tags:

When you purchase a new motor, you are making a large investment in your business. In order to protect this large investment you need to make sure that first, it runs as promised straight from the manufacturer; and second, it […]

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Low Voltage vs. Medium Voltage VFDs (Considerations to be Aware Of)

May 14, 2020   Author:    Categories: VFDs   Tags: ,

Should You Go Medium Voltage? Most technicians, engineers, etc. in the industry are familiar with low voltage (LV) drives and are aware of their advantages and limitations. Not many people are aware of the advantages and limitations of medium voltage […]

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Industrial generator on building roof top in city

Natural Gas vs. Diesel Generators

May 12, 2020   Author:    Categories: Generators   Tags: ,

To Natural Gas or to Diesel? Over the past decade an aging power grid and increase in extreme weather events has led to an increase of power outages. With technology ruling our current world, when power is down, productivity grinds […]

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Arc Flash Mitigation

July 1, 2020   Author:    Categories: Arc Flash   Tags:

In order for your technicians to be safe working on live electrical equipment, you need to employ some version of arc flash mitigation. This is enforced by the 2020 National Electrical Code, Section 240.87. The code applies to any circuit […]

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Water Pump Application: Custom VFD Panel

June 4, 2020   Author:    Categories: VFDs   Tags: ,

A look at one of our latest VFD panels designed for a water pump application. The panel is equipped with a 150HP, 460V Mitsubishi F840 Ethernet (NEMA 1) VFD, with input and output line reactors.

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Custom VFD Panel for Water Pump Station

April 24, 2020   Author:    Categories: VFDs   Tags: ,

A look at one of our latest VFD panels with multiple Mitsubishi VFDs to control a water pump station at a local municipality.

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