DPL Energy Resources electrical engineers, through our Reliability Plus program, can help prevent costly downtime by monitoring your energy system's power quality
If your company is like most, it relies on increasingly sophisticated equipment to maintain a competitive edge. However, the performance of this equipment is affected by something undetectable to the naked eye: power quality.
Power quality plays an important role in your company's productivity. Maximum power quality can benefit you operations in many ways.
- Optimize system reliability
- Increase data integrity
- Maximize throughput
- Optimize product quality
- Increase up-time
- Improve delivery times
- Reduce employee stress
- Heighten equipment pay-back
- Increase machine availability
Prevent Costly Problems with an Aggressive Approach to Power Quality
When it comes to power quality, we believe the best defense is a good offense. DPL Energy Resources electrical engineers, through our Reliability Plus program, can help prevent costly downtime by monitoring your energy system's power quality. Our experts examine the utility system that services your site, identifying opportunities to improve power quality. Next, we review your energy system by analyzing a single-line diagram, learning your operations and discussing previous problem and maintenance issues. We then propose a customized monitoring plan for your operations that explain the process, equipment and costs involved.
Tailoring Solutions to Your Power Quality Challenges
Following data collection and analysis our engineers will present a summary report of their findings. The report will address factors affecting power quality and provide a list of detailed improvements and cost estimates.
Let DPL Energy Resources Power Quality Assessment and Monitoring Enhance Your Profitability
Avoid costly system failures, utilize our Power Quality Assessment and Monitoring to insure your system's reliability and maximize overall productivity.
DPL Energy Resources, 3931 South Dixie Drive, Dayton, OH 45439. Tel: 937-643-5059; Fax: 937-643-5080.