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We service Gas stations, bowling alleys, industrial plants, automobile manufacturing facilities, steel/ fabrications plants, anyone that has three-phase and uses motors or refrigeration, etc.
If your facilities use a lot of power we can clean it up and harmonically balance it and save you a lot of money off your power bill, and equipment.
With thousands of happy Industrial customers, we highly encourage you to consider our professionals to come out and give you a free quote on your facility. Our industrial customer's power bills range from $1000-$1,000,000 per month.
There's no power bill to big or small for us - we can help you save money for years to come.
Power factor correction capacitors absorb and release reactive power. When a PFCC is connected to an electrical system containing an inductive load, e.g., induction motor, the load will require less reactive power from the utility.
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Improving your Power Factor and How it benefits you
Improving the power factor using NRG Savers custom-built capacitor banks is extremely valuable to the consumer. It's perhaps the most efficient way to clean up your power in your facility and increase your voltage while decreasing the harmonics through your facility.
Lightning Strike Protection
Another great benefit to using NRG Savers custom-built capacitor banks is that it further protects your facility and equipment from horrific lightning strike damage.
The number of homeowners insurance claims from lightning strikes in the United States fell in 2018 for the third consecutive year, but the average cost that insurers paid on those claims has soared since 2016, according to the Insurance Information Institute. About $909 million in lightning claims was paid out in 2018 to almost 78,000 policyholders. The value of claims resulting from lightning rose 6.0 percent from 2016 to 2018, but the average cost per claim rose 21.2 percent. “With increased labor and construction costs as well as consumer appetite for smart home products, it’s not surprising that lightning-related homeowners insurance claims costs have risen,” said James Lynch, FCAS MAAA, chief actuary at the I.I.I.
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