Grid Supplied Electricity is generally supplied at a much higher voltage than is necessary to operate a facility efficiently. The National Standard Voltage Supply allows for a variation in supply of between 216V and 253V which when you consider closely enough, you will understand this allows for huge swings in the supply which can be directly related to a majority of Breakdowns, Shutdowns, Equipment Failure, Peak Demand Fees, Additional Wear & Tear on Equipment, Early Burnouts of Motors and Computer & Sensitive Data Loss.
Protection and Reliability of electricity supply is paramount and without equal for most operations of today. Controlling the Main In-Coming Supply of Electricity will give greater control and flexibility in how energy is received and distributed on-site and provide less breakdowns, shut downs and a stress free environment.
Issues which affect Electricity Supply & Distribution at your site:
Under or Over Voltage supply, Transients, Harmonics, Brown Outs, Poor Power Factor, Unbalanced Loads between Phases, Tripping of Relay Switches, Equipment Malfunction, Early Burn-out of Motors all of which contribute greatly to increases in energy and operational costs.
Our experiences generally see an average of In-Coming Supply Voltage readings of 247V to 251V running @ 95% of operational time. Ultimately, this is usually the root cause of most major and minor operational malfunctions.