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Power Quality

ABB Limited

ABB Limited

Your site’s Power Factor (PF) is the relationship between the active and reactive power on the network. It measures how effectively you use the electricity you buy. A poor PF – lower than 0.9 - means you are effectively burning money.

 

TNEI Services

TNEI Services

About Us

TNEI is an energy sector consultancy with a team of approximately 30 dedicated power systems consultants. The Power System & Technology group within TNEI has a well earned and enviable reputation in the power systems consultancy field. Our clients include major industrial organisations, electricity transmission and distribution companies, oil and gas industries.

Slaters Electricals

Slaters Electricals

Slaters Electricals Ltd has specialised in the supply of HV and LV power distribution equipment, services and support for over 65 years. We are very proud of our six decades of experience in the industry, which has allowed us to gain an excellent reputation across our sector and establish a first class team with unrivalled experience and knowledge. 

Rubber Box Co Ltd

Rubber Box Co. are a specialist manufacturer of portable power distribution equipment produced in solid rubber enclosures for use in any environment.

PBSI Group ltd

PBSI Group ltd

PBSI Group is proud to be a UK manufacturer with an 80 year history serving a global network of industrial and utility sector clients. We provide cost effective, technology leading and innovative electrical distribution system solutions which are tailored to our customer needs.

KoCoS Messtechnik Ltd

KoCoS Messtechnik Ltd

KoCoS Messtechnik is a leading manufacturer of measurement and test equipment for the power supply industry. High performance and user-friendliness are key features of our products. More than 25 years of experience and certification to DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 attest to our high quality standards.

Our products have been used all over the world. Professional competence, productivity and innovation are the foundations on which the KoCoS group is built.

FG Wilson

FG Wilson

Founded in 1966 by Fred Wilson with just six employees, today FG Wilson is a leading global provider of generator sets. The world has changed much in that time but the FG Wilson formula of quality, support and value still remains the same more than 50 years later.

Today’s range of FG Wilson generator sets builds on our long heritage. Each one of our products sees extensive research and development testing in modern world-class facilities and all are built to designs which have been tried and tested in the toughest of environments. From 6.8 to over 2,500 kVA, FG Wilson offers one of the widest ranges of diesel-fuelled generator sets, built in modern facilities in Europe, Asia and Latin America.

IMH technologies Ltd

Formed in 1993, IMH Technologies Ltd has been the exclusive distributor of the Dranetz range of power quality monitors. Shortly after, we added the Dent Instruments of Oregon range of energy loggers. In addition, IMH represent the interests of Electrotek who are part of the GPT operations that also owns Dranetz.

Janitza Electronics UK Ltd

Janitza Electronics UK Ltd

For more than half a century now, Janitza is manufacturing power analyzers and creating EPMS software solutions that are always a little ahead of their time.

Comtec Power

Comtec Power

Established for more than two decades, Comtec Power have specialised in the design and provision of efficient comms room, server room and data centre solutions to SME’s, operating within the private and public sectors throughout the UK, Europe, and North America. 

Eaton Electric

Eaton Electric

Eaton’s electrical business is a global leader with expertise in power distribution and circuit protection; backup power protection; control and automation; lighting and security; structural solutions and wiring devices; solutions for harsh and hazardous environments; and engineering services. Eaton is positioned through its global solutions to answer today’s most critical electrical power management challenges. 

Eaton Power Quality

Eaton Power Quality

Eaton’s electrical business is a global leader with expertise in power distribution and circuit protection; backup power protection; control and automation; lighting and security; structural solutions and wiring devices; solutions for harsh and hazardous environments; and engineering services. Eaton is positioned through its global solutions to answer today’s most critical electrical power management challenges. 

British Power International

British Power International

At British Power International we have a long tradition of providing expertise in energy to governments, not-for-profit agencies, regulatory authorities and private companies.

Our distinctive capability is in the technical, commercial and strategic aspects of the production, supply and distribution of power. Our expertise is in energy; our work is focussed on power; our reach is worldwide. Based in the UK, we operate in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas.

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