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Power Quality Assessment

Increase Production Uptime and Reduce Costly Failures

Poor power quality can result in equipment damage, production scrap loss, and even costlier downtime. In fact, many industry experts claim 70 % of production line breakdowns can be attributed to poor power quality. A single interruption power outage in the production process can be very costly, often costing millions. Denison’s Power Quality Assessment Team offers a comprehensive approach to monitor targeted equipment in real time, recommending solutions to reduce costly downtime and breakage.

Symptoms of poor power quality include sags, surges, sustained interruptions, phase shifts, and high frequency switching transients should be monitored along with other variables.

To understand the root causes of degradation in power quality, real time measurement and monitoring over, ideally, a full machine cycle is needed for machine derived power issues or an extended period of days or months to identify power supplier issues.

  • Denison’s Power Assessment Team consists of experienced engineers focused on working with customers from the initial site survey, analysis of diagrams and documents, placement of monitoring and metering equipment to collection and interpretation of real-time data required to make meaningful recommendations.
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Benefits of Power Qaulity Assessment

Benefits –

Of a Denison Power Quality Assessment:

  • Identify the root cause of electrical failures
  • Reduce costs associated with production downtime
  • Reduce added maintenance, scrap, overtime, and disposal costs
  • Reduce energy costs
  • Impact corporate sustainability goals
  • Results can have meaningful impact with ongoing energy supplier negotiations
Features of Power Qaulity Assessment

Features –

Of a Denison Power Quality Assessment:

  • Team consists of tenured industry power engineers
  • Delivery of engineering report consistent with IEEE 1159, IEEE 1346
  • Recommendations inclusive of ROI calculations
 
 
 
 
 
 
POV - Why Power Quality Matters

Point of View:

Why Power Quality Matters

Poor power quality can result in equipment damage, production scrap loss, and even costlier downtime. A Single interruption power outage interruption in the process can result in substantial costs, ranging from ten thousand to millions USD per occurrence. Costs to certain industries such as data centers, banks, customer service centers and the like can be even higher. In fact momentary voltage sags lasting less than 100ms impacting these facilities can have just as great of a cost impact as a total outage lasting minutes . . .

POV - IoT and Energy Management

Point of View:

The Connected Enterprise: IoT and Energy Management

The Industrial Revolution of the 19th century brought in never before seen levels of efficiencies in production, value of output, capital invested and increase in employment. Today, industries are seeing unprecedented levels of automation and supply chain efficiencies as industrial control systems connect to the Internet. The Internet of Things (IoT) will bring even greater acceleration of networking connectivity in the production process and supply chain, and throughout all business processes. The advent of smart, connected products, and its rapid adoption is likely to revamp the entire product value chain – from design, to manufacturing, delivery and sales with continuous feedback at each stage. . . .

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