Power Quality Could Be Your Best Cost Reduction Opportunity

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Bad power causes premature failure of equipment motors, transformers, and other components. Here’s what to do about it. (Sponsored Content)

 

According to the Electric Power Research Institute, power quality problems cost U.S. plastics processors 9.6 billion a year with 80 percent of those problems created by manufacturers’ own internal power systems. Bad power causes premature failure of motors, transformers, electronics and other components. It’s causing lost production and product quality issues. And it’s unnecessarily driving energy bills up higher and higher.

Historically there wasn’t a practical means for most processors to address power quality issues. That’s changed with the advent of MachineSense Power Analyzer. This new monitoring technology is easy to install, requires little technical expertise to operate and is much less expensive than you’d expect. READ MORE.