Just because EP systems are out of sight doesn’t mean they should be out of mind. Many facilities don’t know theirs are unhealthy until they really need them. As some unlucky operations have learned, that’s too late.
Investigators needed a number of tools to determine the actual causes of a mysterious electrical problem.
The issue is not as simple as you might have thought. Here’s what the experts have to say about dealing with voltage ratios and wye/delta connections.
Justification is a basic human need. Think about a child demanding something from his/her parents: “I WANT…!”
Recently released unemployment figures tell us that the overall U.S. job picture remains bleak. Yet despite reports of so many Americans seeking work, manufacturing and maintenance skills shortages are at an all-time high.
In the January issue, we discussed how to determine if and when an energy assessment is right for your plant. An energy assessment is an on-site study of your facility that captures how energy is used and identifies potential savings.
As I edited my way through the March issue, I got a kick out of seeing my September 2010 column referenced in the “Viewpoint” by Jay Burnette of Inpro/Seal.