If on-site power is your sole source of power and you follow the NEC Art. 250, then grounding is straight forward. But, if it serves an alternate source, then grounding becomes much more complex....More
Most power quality problems are due to incorrect connections of an electrical system. Using CTs and leakage current monitors, you can check an electrical system during acceptance testing of the installation and also during maintenance and renovation of the system....More
Consider all site parameters before recommending an IG system. But first, measure existing equipment grounding system's impedance with a ground impedance tester prior to making any changes to the grounding system....More
Alert the OEM of possible shock hazards, lightning damage, ground loop currents, and electrolysis in your facility. If you find its "required" ground rod causes such problems, ask the OEM to accept liability in writing....More
The electrical industry spends hours participating in training in order to understand the revisions found in the 2014 NEC that will enhance electrical safety for our community. Electrical code revisions also serve as a significant catalyst that enables investment,...More
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