Monitor electrical consumption in real-time with Brint Electric’s power quality monitoring equipment.
Today’s industrial and manufacturing environments require clean and efficient energy to maintain production and reduce costs. Power interruptions, voltage variations, transients and voltage distortion can cause a tremendous amount of damage to electrical components and computers, VFDs and motors. Poor power quality can be caused by several factors such as: severe weather, neighboring facilities, starting large loads, sudden momentary loss of utility power, operation of welders, and unbalanced loads. If you think you are experiencing poor power quality, Brint Electric can monitor your current power supply and design a solution to solve your power quality issues.
Not all power is created or delivered equal, and receiving poor electrical energy power over the long-term causes motor burnout. Brint Electric uses modern power quality monitoring equipment. Our tools generate graphs that allow our team to carefully follow trends and pinpoint power spikes. We use the information to determine if you have the necessary capacity to install new equipment or need to make adjustments before adding new production pieces.
Making sure equipment is operating properly protects employees and enhances productivity. Contact Brint Electric today to get your free quote today!
As businesses increase their reliance on electrical equipment to run their daily operations, finding and repairing minor issues before becoming major problems is critical to maximizing uptime. Brint Electric has more than five decades of experience working on electrical infrastructures and leverages that knowledge to design and implement solutions that suit the needs of our customers. Some of the advantages of our power quality monitoring system include:
Decades of experience
A limited or interrupted power supply can have a negative impact on employee productivity and efficiency. Brint’s power quality monitoring service helps our customers prevent damage to delicate equipment.
Making sure power is balanced after a plant expansion ensures you’re getting the most efficient use out of your investment. Our power quality monitoring equipment tracks loads over a predetermined amount of time and provides the information required to re-organize electrical loads if needed.