If in-house personnel are not available that seek out subject matter experts on power quality to locate the root causes of these electrical issues. 80% of all power quality issues are caused by the facility's equipment and electrical wiring.
The power utility companies deliver power to every customer across the United States an average of 99.5% of the time over a 10-year period. Of course, this percentage is with the use of only the required outage reporting to each state Public Utility
Many people are unaware of the damage that low voltage communication cables can inflict on electrical equipment within a facility. The National Electrical Code requires the bonding of these cables shields to the grounding electrode system of the faci
the National Electrical Code (NEC), NFPA 780: Standard for the Installation of Lightning Protection Systems, IEEE Standard 142: Foundation for Grounding, 81-2012 - IEEE Guide for Measuring Earth Resistivity, Ground Impedance, and Earth Surface P
Every company footprint is unique in their business for labor cost and revenue stream. Naturally, actual downtime cost and downtime history will be different for every company. However, for all companies there are three (3) steps needed to calculate
It seems everyone knows someone who knows something about grounding and by the way my guy is cheap. Depending on what cheap really means the bargain could and usually does turn out to be less than expected.
Your own facility causes 80% of the equipment failures, system failures and downtime that occur at your facility. The other 20% is caused by your utility company. Most end-users don't know that utilities are not responsible for providing whatever pow
EMC issues are caused by high frequency noise (voltages) from unknown sources. The EMC issue will always have at least one (1) source (radiation, coupling or conduction) and at least one (1) victim (equipment). The noise can be permanent, temporary o