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SolidWorks Electrical Schematic Challenge
29 Jul 2020 at 12:00am
We'll take a look at how introducing SOLIDWORKS Electrical into your design workflow can help you to achieve major efficiency gains. We will discuss the benefits of SOLIDWORKS Electrical and how we compare to generic CAD tools for purpose of Electrical design.
Join us for this webinar if you are: Tired of spending your day working in traditional generic CAD tools, performing tedious tasks such as editing text, trimming wires, changing layers Duplicating your efforts by separately tracking data for project deliverables - such as BOMs, wire and cable reports, or other important documentation Spending hours producing documentation when you should be designing valuable reusable content. Needing to spend more time being an engineer and less time doing documentation
IDC Industry Snapshot: Intelligent Asset Management: Building the Foundation ...
27 Jul 2020 at 5:05pm
Now more than ever, both downstream and upstream operators must streamline and advance everything from subsea drilling to market trading and retail storefronts. Asset management practices are unquestionably not an exception, either. IDC states that infusing current practices with predictive capabilities and intelligence is the industry’s biggest opportunity for transformation, driving results including mechanical efficiency, asset availability and reductions in total inventory. Get started by reading the IDC industry snapshot, “Intelligent Asset Management: Building the Foundation for Data-Driven Decision-Making in Oil & Gas.”
Misconceptions of Shock Safety
17 Jul 2020 at 12:00am
You will: See the shocking results from the Littelfuse survey about electrical safety Understand safety training program blind spots and what can be done to improve worker safety from electrical shock Learn about Industrial GFCI products to take control, remove human error, and overcome weaknesses of training
Global Product Manager
Mark Pollock is the Global Product Manager, responsible for product line strategy for the full Industrial relay product portfolio. Mark is a member of the Standards Council of Canada on TC18 and TC121/SC121A mirror committees, and a JWG28 subject matter expert for IEC/IEEE since 2011. He is an active member of the IEEE, serving on various standards, conference, and local section executive committees over the last 15 years. Mark holds BSc degrees in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of Saskatchewan and is a registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Saskatchewan, Canada.
Terry Becker, P.Eng., CESCP, IEEE Senior Member
Electrical Safety Specialist, Management Consultant
TW Becker Electrical Safety Consulting Inc.
Terry Becker, P.Eng., CESCP, and IEEE Senior Member, is an independent electrical safety authority/specialist and consultant at TW Becker Electrical Safety Consulting Inc.. Terry was the previous owner and visionary of ESPS Electrical Safety Program Solutions Inc, and spent over 10 years growing the company into an industry leading total solutions provider for electrical safety consulting, external electrical safety audits, licensed electrical safety programs, electrical safety consulting related to electrical safety program development and arc flash & shock and training solutions.
Unlocking Potential: Using LED Grow Lights for Better Cannabis Yields
15 Jul 2020 at 1:35pm
Despite their advantages, there is a learning curve as you change from HPS to LED, and several things to consider. This guide will walk you through things to keep in mind and dive into two of the principal advantages of growing cannabis under LEDs: exponential energy savings and the ability to steer crop profile.
In this whitepaper, we will also discuss: How energy savings can be achieved in a greenhouse or indoor farm The types of LED grow lights How tailoring the light spectrum and light intensity impacts the cannabinoid and terpene content of cannabis
Modern Electric Co-Op Solutions for Locate Management
13 Jul 2020 at 4:05pm
Companies today rely on manual, desktop, and mobile solutions to manage the damage prevention workflow. Utility providers - whether they manage power lines or fiber cables - need real-time data to make decisions on how to best use, protect, and repair underground network facilities 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
In this paper, Mapcom Systems explores the challenges and opportunities around the common field task of locating. By enabling field crews and dispatchers with the right technology, tools and information, network operators can: eliminate tens of thousands of dollars in variable costs associated with line strikes and truck rolls, offload costly personnel hours associated with the management and dispatch of locators, reduce the risk of missing or inaccurate data, and eliminate key-man risk.
To learn more about this approach for streamlining your damage prevention workflows, download the paper today!
1 Jul 2020 at 12:05am
Published since 1882 and read by managers and engineers, POWER is the oldest and most trusted source of information in the energy industry. Coverage includes boilers and combustion systems, environmental management; instrumentation, controls, computers, and software; information technologies; natural gas, oil, coal, and renewable fuels; nuclear power; pumps, compressors, valves, and piping; turbines, engines, and generators; water treatment.
Selecting the Right Thermal Fluid Heater for Your Process
1 Jul 2020 at 12:05am
Do you know the important factors to consider when comparing thermal fluid heaters? When selecting a thermal fluid heater, one must first understand the application, installation requirements, and space restrictions. Download this guide and use it as a tool during your selection process.
Content Covered: Applications Design parameters Heater design types Installation requirements
The Facts About Electrical Contacts & Stampings
29 Jun 2020 at 12:00am
Norstan is a leading manufacturer of high-quality electrical contacts for a wide variety of applications. Norstan engineers can help designers of switches, relays, and other electrical mechanical devices containing electrical contacts with material and design suggestions for nearly any application.
Meeting the Demands of Hydro Energy
18 Jun 2020 at 12:00am
It's no secret that the hydro energy industry is demanding in terms of equipment requirements. The systems in place must be able to withstand harsh environment conditions, all while maintaining the highest standards of quality and safety.
Every hydro energy project is different, and often requires a customized solution. Gate Hoist Systems are used to control the release of water from the reservoirs, and utilizing the right one is critical. When handling the maintenance of a hydro energy plant, an Overhead Turbine Crane is often utilized for moving valuable parts.
To help our customers in the hydro energy industry, we've created a bundled equipment guide set. Inside the set, you'll find information about our services for the hydro energy industry, Turbine Cranes, and Gate Hoists.
1 Jun 2020 at 3:20pm
Each month, Wind Systems delivers on that philosophy, pairing the latest industry news with valuable knowledge and insights from industry experts, in turn GIVING WIND DIRECTION. Wind Systems is targeted toward decision makers who actively seek information about construction services and equipment, wind assessment, research and development, siting, blades, gearboxes, composite materials, condition monitoring, fastening, O&M service, lubrication, and safety, among other topics relating specifically to wind energy production and transmission. Technical articles, profiles, columns, interviews, product information, and industry news?generated by Wind Systems staff and industry experts?comprise the publication's editorial content. Emphasis is placed on emerging technologies, operations and maintenance, research, management, manufacturing, construction, logistics, and policy. All content published in the magazine also supports its companion website, windsystemsmag.com. A leading online source of information about the wind energy industry, the website contains current-issue editorial content, a digital edition, and a robust technical library. Reaching a global market through an organic convergent media platform, Wind Systems delivers the important industry information in a useful, attractive, easily accessible package.