Those responsible for a facility’s operation hear the same thing over and over again – reduce costs and improve productivity. Much attention has been given to reducing raw material and labor costs, increasing production efficiency, automating processes, and other key areas, but what about the often overlooked cost of an electrical outage? Depending on the type of facility, one outage can paralyze building systems and cost thousands – or even millions – of dollars in lost production, downtime, damage to equipment and product, and possible injury or death to personnel.
Jim Phillips, P.E. – November 2004 – NECDigest

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