Power factor correction (PFC) is an often-overlooked component in large electrical installations. It measures how effectively your business uses power by assessing the ratio of real power (kW) to apparent power (kVA). Real power is the amount of power which is actually used by your onsite equipment (kW) whereas apparent power is the total amount of power (kVA) supplied to the site by the utility.
Unexpected downtime can be an expensive. When an electrical fault occurs, it occurs rapidly, often resulting in major damage to electrical assets. This leaves your business inoperable and vulnerable to the costs associated with downtime and loss of production. By integrating an effective electrical maintenance program, you can ensure unexpected downtime does not happen. In […]