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.

And high energy bills, with the added risk of financial penalties, are only part of the problem. Power factor also impact network reliability and its capacity to add new loads when your business expands.

ABB’s complete service can help address your PF issues. This includes a free, no-obligation, site survey, recommendations and the manufacture and installation of the ideal PFC (Power Factor Correction) equipment based on our new APCQ automatic capacitor banks.

For panel builders we also provide individual capacitor shelves that enable panel builders to incorporate our PFC technology within their own low voltage panels

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  • Street: Riverview Rd
  • City: Birkenhead
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Postcode: CH62 3RR

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