Don’t Have a Blast! Best Practices for Arc-Flash Mitigation
Arc-flash reduction methods must be considered prior to working on energized electrical equipment for personnel safety. The idea behind energy reduction is to place energized electrical equipment in a state…
David Rewitzer, Hood Patterson & Dewar
A Reliable Arc-Flash Protection System
An electric arc or arc flash occurs when a high voltage causes ionization of a gas — for example, air. Ionization turns an ordinarily nonconductive gas into conductive gas that…
Hang Li & Deepti Almelkar, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc.
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For some companies, deciding whether to perform power monitoring studies with their own in-house professionals or subcontract the work out may be a real toss-up. There is no general right answer, but there is a right answer for you. That ...
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