Impacts of Harmonic Pollution and How to Mitigate Harmonics

As our electronic devices are powered to be smaller, faster, and more efficient in production terms, the electronic components embedded within these devices also create unwanted distortion within the electricity network. This distortion (or ‘harmonics’) affects the correct functioning of most of the connected equipment. What are Harmonic Voltages? Harmonic voltages (harmonics) result from the…
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Energy-Saving Grants for SME Food and Beverage Manufacturers

Update 23 February 2022: Please note this grant program is extended until 3 March for Queensland, Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia businesses that meet the criteria. See business.gov.au for more information. Are you in the food and beverage manufacturing business? Does your business have 1-199 employees and is wanting to become more energy…
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Is Your Business Ready for a Zero-Carbon Future?

According to Clean Energy Council Australia, electricity generation is Australia’s largest source of greenhouse gas emissions, and taking action now to accelerate the transition to a clean energy future will lessen the volatility in our climate. Beyond the serious threats that greenhouse gas emissions pose to our planet, organisations are now seeing the material risks…
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Power Quality Audit

Why you need a Power Quality Audit

Is your business suffering from unexplained electrical faults, failures or power spikes? Perhaps you have noticed a spike in your power bill? One explanation to these issues could be that your business is receiving poor power quality. What is power quality? Power quality is the electric power that drives an electrical device and the device’s…
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Preventive maintenance in manufacturing

What is Preventative Maintenance and why is it so important?

Equipment failures cannot be eliminated. It will happen. However, it is possible to reduce equipment failures, prolong the lifespan of expensive equipment, and save your business money in the long run. Preventative Maintenance (PM) refers to regular, routine maintenance to keep equipment running at optimal levels, and prevent unplanned downtime and the expensive costs due…
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