Are you interested in reducing maintenance problems and improving the efficiency of your valuable computerized equipment? Today’s “polluted” electrical environment is at odds with the advancing use of computers and computerized controls for manufacturing, laboratory, and office equipment. Properly applied suppression will prevent voltage surges, spikes, transients, and electrical noise from damaging the sensitive components of your equipment.
Voltage surges are generated by 80% of sources within a plant (welding, induction motors, air compressors, etc.), and by 20% of sources outside a plant (lightning, neighboring plants, power line damage, power company load changes, etc.). The problems they cause such as memory loss, circuit board failure, axis shift, machine run-away, and other erratic electrical failures are often accepted as a necessary evil. These maintenance headaches can be avoided. Preventing equipment failure and loss of production caused by voltage surges is essential. Using suppression technology will prevent these failures and return your investment in less than six months.