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Jeff Angle

Jeff Angle
Jeff is the Chief engineer, PE & Six Sigma Blackbelt with 25 years in the biz. His degree is in Electrical Engineering from University of Akron and has an extensive background in product development, UL regulatory compliance & ISO9001 quality assurance.

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What do NEMA Enclosure Designations Mean? Ericson Has the Answer!

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) was founded in 1926, and is headquartered in Rosslyn, VA. NEMA is the association of electrical equipment and medical imaging manufacturers and has almost 350 members. Its members manufacture a range of products, including power transmission…

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What are Hazardous Location Requirements & Why are They So Important?

Equipment used in areas where explosive concentrations of dusts or gases can be a major safety hazard. Hazardous locations like these can occur in industries like Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Sewage Treatment, Mining, Confined Spaces, and many others.

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What is ISO 9001 & why is it important?

If you are like many people, you have probably seen business cards, products, web banners, and advertisements with the ISO 9001 logo on them but haven’t given it much thought. But for those who manufacture products that acronym represents a promise made to customers and a goal that must be…

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How can electrical safety products consumers benefit from UL Standards?

What is UL? Underwriters Laboratories, Inc is both a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL), and a Standards Development Organization (SDO). That means UL writes national safety standards in cooperation with various industry and technical stakeholders. And it means that they also test and…

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How to minimize food safety recalls with one simple step: antimicrobial cables

Few industries have the complex and demanding sanitation requirements of the Food and Beverage industry. High-pressure sprays, varying water temperature, and cleaners will eventually wear down your electrical cables and connections. Not only this, but it can be a challenge to find products that…

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What is NEMA, and What are its Enclosure Designations?

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) was founded in 1926, and is headquartered in Rosslyn, VA. NEMA is the association of electrical equipment and medical imaging manufacturers and has almost 350 members. Its members manufacture a range of products, including power transmission…

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LED Technology VS Metal Halide: How You Can Save Money with LED Temporary Job Site Lighting

LED Technology has come a long way and is quickly becoming a commodity item, known as LED temporary lighting.

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6 Myths About Heavy Duty Work Lights

As an engineering manager, I commonly have questions regarding heavy duty work lights from cost to quality. With my experience, I understand that temporary lighting specifically heavy duty lighting is built to the most exact standards for areas where classified location lighting is required.

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Why Your Electrical Safety Provider Should Have Engineering Expertise

There are many reasons why you’d like to have a good engineer on the phone when you’re discussing job site electrical safety products for your upcoming project. You have a lot riding on the project and you want to make sure you have enough of the right equipment to get the job done accurately, at…

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