Companies that are truly concerned about power inefficiencies and the costs associated with them look to address the source of their problems with the most cost-effective solutions available. This means focusing on higher efficiency for example, management systems that actually control equipment usage, LED lighting, more efficient motors
(when applicable), less costly cooling and possibly most importantly – custom designed energy reduction applications that address the entire facilities and systems.
ElectrogenX4-PCU (Power Correction Unit)
The ElectrogenX4-PCU manages power quality inside a system by treating each load’s behavior of power interference and or insufficient power quality that causes additional consumption and wastes money. Through separate treatments, the PCU prevents the insufficient power quality from reaching the load, filters the power and keeps the load interferences from leaving to cause insufficient power quality elsewhere. By treating the power quality throughout a facility, ElectrogenX4-PCU decreases the amount of utility power provided, thereby lowering the cost of power you pay for.
ElectrogenX4-PCU is a least-cost improvement approach, which achieves all of the following:
• Reduces the load power usage and start-up demand
• Reduces total harmonic distortion;
• Improves the load phase power factor;
• Reduces the load transient anomalies;
• Provides a more consistent alternating current (AC) wave form.
• ElectrogenX4-PCU can be used in conjunction with a wide variety of equipment.
• It consistently improves and manages clients’ electricity usage and costs.
Power Provided vs. Power Required
When power provided exceeds power required additional cost occurs. The power required to operate a building or facility to produce the necessary output is inevitably much lower than the power provided. This usually occurs by not taking into account the facility’s power interferences and built-in inefficiencies. The objective is to get power provided close to power required to keep from additional costs of power.
Power entering a building is exposed to all interference’s inside that facility. The distribution system inside a building needs to manage the deviations of delivered power quality and the way power behaves when it encounters different types of equipment in the circuitry. Typical issues causing behavioral inefficiencies, losses and disruptions include: sags, swells, surges and resonance; harmonics; reactive power and phase unbalance.
All exist naturally in most electrical networks due to modern equipment and machinery usage. The result is power utilities provide more power to end-users than necessary to perform the required amount of work.
Is quick and simple process carried out by one of our certified electricians ensuring no downtime of equipment or interruption to operations. Most facilities can be completed within a day.