Voltage Balancing

Current Balancing

Mitigating In-Rush Currents

Stabilizing Over-voltage & Under-voltage

Minimizing Voltage Flicker

Swell & Sag Mitigation

Transient Suppression

Impulse & Spike Protection

Broadband Harmonics Filtration

Power Factor Correction

Brownout Protection

Momentary Supply Interruption Protection

PowerKureTM and the Kyoto Protocol

Frequently Asked Questions



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Under-voltage & Over-voltage

Problem: Voltage may also fluctuate within a single phase. Depending on the loads, the phase can be measured within a range with a maximum, a minimum and an average voltage. Motors and equipment are designed to be most efficient at a set voltage and any minor fluctuations, up or down, will decrease the motor's efficiency and generate heat and electrical losses. Significant voltage fluctuations can cause equipment to shut down or fail.

Typical Solution:Minor fluctuations are generally left uncorrected. If significant fluctuations occur, additional capacitor banks can be added and transformers tapped to higher voltages. However, traditional capacitor banks may actually magnify the fluctuations, increase resonance harmonics and destabilize voltage. Additionally, UPS boxes can be installed to protect critical equipment from low voltage sags.

PowerKureTM Solution: PowerKureTM can improve voltage within each phase, decrease fluctuations and allow motors to run more efficiently. Additionally, PowerKureTM uses LRC tank circuits and zigzag reactors to capture and recycle losses as needed.

Guaranteed Savings on Electrical Consumption & Demand

Guaranteed Savings from 3% to 6% - Actual Savings from 3% to 18%