Managing Power in Your Facility

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Managing Power in Your Facility

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Troubleshooting a motor or power issue at a plant can be challenging. Power quality covers many issues, including current harmonics; performance wiring and grounding; and voltage disturbances like sags, swells, outages and transients.

The symptoms of poor power quality include intermittent lock-ups and resets, corrupted data, premature equipment failure, and overheating of components for no apparent cause. The ultimate cost is downtime, decreased productivity and frustrated personnel.

In this month’s webinar, “Managing Power in Your Facility,” you will learn the best practice for types of measurements to make, where to take the measurements and what to do with the data.

Original session held on March 19, 2018

Upcoming Live Best Practice Webinar – Register Now!

Topic: Getting started on the road to reliability
Date: Wednesday, July 19, 2019
Time: 11 a.m. ET
Presenter: Joe Lonjin, Lab Services Consultant.
About: Joe Lonjin will show how organizations can sift through the many metrics to find the data to measure key performance indicators (KPIs) using asset and work management systems.

2018-04-03T08:39:48-04:00March 26, 2018|Reliability|