Need to keep your nuclear power plant outage on track? With the average outage falling from 80 days in 1997, to 34 in 2017, keeping a tight schedule means thorough planning beforehand- sometimes months or years in advance.
How many times has it happened to you? You send a power distribution unit out on a job and it comes back broken. Or, you install a unit, it fails on site, and your work crews are out of power.
How do you get light in a dark tunnel? That was the problem a customer faced on a recent generator stator rewind project for a large turbine.
"Should we buy a portable power solution or build our own?"
3 Reasons Why the Oil and Gas Industry Should Utilize Professional Temporary Lighting and Power Solutions
Hazardous locations, like those found in oil and gas refineries, are known for having strict standards when it comes to equipment.
There are many occasions when temporary power connection is required, and there will be a temptation to make do with something on hand. Often, this solution will be considered out of expediency due to cost constraints, but can result in an un-safe work environment. Temporary does not mean “quick…
Nothing in construction is easy or in a matter of fact, works to budget, plans, or on time. With that said, High Rise Development is something of an art form, a complexity with logistics rolled together. Engineering firms and construction companies’ work together hand in hand to project manage such…
Temporary power distribution is common place on most construction sites, driven by the need to supply convenient portable power access for a wide array of portable tools and job site lighting. Safety electrical products should always be included in a construction’s schematic design(s), and all…