The basic design of a plant electrical system.
The electrical system within a plant begins at the secondary of the utility transformer and extends throughout the plant to every end-use device, encompassing all applicable electrical components therein.
OSHA recommends ways to make your electrical safety program better
Power surges can be very damaging to electronic equipment in various ways, making it important to take precautionary measures in order to avoid them.
Knowing how magnetism and electromagnetic induction work are crucial to understanding how an ac induction motor works and functions.
Motor current analysis provides information on existing issues such as loose connections, burned windings, and grounded windings.
Motor faults and failure can cause disruptions to business operations and lead to loss of productivity and reduced profits.
It is important to verify and improve short-circuit rating to remain in compliance.
Although offline or static testing is an important part of a routine maintenance program, dynamic testing of motors can be done more frequently and, in many cases, with greater benefit.
Proper installation and maintenance of an electrical system’s components help keep the working environment safe while extending the life of the equipment.
The use of variable frequency drives (VFDs) has many benefits including improved process control, energy savings, higher reliability and reduced wear and tear.
The electrical system is sometimes overlook at food processing facilities. Here are three ways to maintain the plant's electrical well-being and prevent potential malfunctions and safety hazards.