Topic: Equipment

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Motor Control Centers: Enhancing Performance with Maintenance and Safety Protocols

May 10, 2024

Motor Control Centers (MCCs) are essential parts of electrical systems in manufacturing facilities of all sizes. They help manage the power supply to various machinery and equipment in these factories. But just like other equipment, MCCs need regular maintenance to prevent breakdowns and shut downs. Here are some tips on how to keep your MCCs…

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Industrial Equipment Maintenance: Steps for Troubleshooting and Rebuilds

May 3, 2024

Modern plant and industrial equipment maintenance managers offer a high level of knowledge on their equipment. Nevertheless, there will always be those moments when least expected for a sudden failure or critical issue to occur. Bringing all production to a sudden standstill. Your equipment is the heartbeat of your facility expected to perform tirelessly under…

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Key Factors in Selecting the Right Electric Motor for Your Facility

May 2, 2024

Electric motors are the unsung heroes of productivity. Here we take a dive into the important factors in selecting the right electric motor.

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Signs Your Facility Needs a New Electric Motor

May 2, 2024

Everyone knows that electric motors fail at unexpected moments due to wear and tear over time. When do you need a new electric motor?

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How to choose the right industrial generator

Industrial Generators: Tips for Selecting the Right One for Your Facility

April 4, 2024

In today’s world, maintaining continuous power supply is critical for production and hazard prevention. Find out how to choose the right industrial generator.

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Arc Flash Studies: Why are they so Important?

March 12, 2024

When an accidental arc fault or short circuit occurs between live parts, the sudden discharge of energy leads to an arc flash. This sudden release in the form of heat and light, akin to an electrical explosion, generating a concussive pressure wave capable of propelling shrapnel. It is quantified in calories per square centimeter (Cal/cm2),…

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