Lawrence Hmurcik

Lawrence Hmurcik, LLC
The Case of the Non-Electric Sign Electrocution  3
When a four-man crew took on the installation of two non-electric advertising signs for an automobile repair shop, the threat of electrical hazards seemed virtually nonexistent.
The Case of the VFD Clock Culprit 
The day started out like any other for one electrical technician employed by a variable-frequency drive (VFD) manufacturer.
The Case of the Multimeter Meltdown  4

For a master electrician and his two assistants, working at a large food warehouse proved to present continuous challenges.

The Case of the Hurried Electrician  6
A business man who had recently bought a building for use as a car repair shop knew from the start that he had a number of electrical problems to solve.
The Case of the Misidentified Pump Switches 2
Technician working in well is electrocuted after making contact with live wire from mislabeled switch
The Case of the Mismatched Capacitors 1
Technician is burned, suffers muscle/organ damage during high-voltage test procedure.
The Case of the Plasma Spray Catastrophe
Behind the arc blast that left factory technician with third-degree burns
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