Power Conditioning Systems

Our Engineered Solutions address a wide variety of power related issues that typically result in losses, unwanted interruptions and disruptions, equipment malfunctioning and life-span reduction. Our custom-made systems can help with the following:

Intermittent Power Supply Failure Ride-Through

Power Factor Improvement

Guaranteed Savings Through Demand Reduction of KVA, KW & KWh

Total Harmonic Distortion Reduction

Surge & Transient Disturbances Suppression

Active Harmonics Filtration

Power Supply Fluctuations & Imbalances

Power conditioning Systems

Case Studies

A dairy producer in Southern Ontario was experiencing poor power factor and unacceptable Total Harmonic Distortions (THD).
Our custom-built 300kVAR power conditioning system was able to improve the facility’s power factor, eliminate harmonics and address voltage fluctuations. Additionally, the Power Conditioning system provided ride-through for voltage sags which reduced the number of power interruptions and led to an annual savings of over $20,000. The facility is also enjoying far less downtime.

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A manufacturing corporation suffering from intermittent power supply failures, premature breakdown of motors and power factor related penalties was audited to discover the root cause. Our engineering team designed a 325kVAR system that not only addressed their core issues, but also helped minimize their secondary process related losses.
Since implementation of the system, their average power factor has improved to approximately 98% and they have experienced less-frequent equipment shutdowns due to the induced voltage sags or swells.

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Technical Specifications

Main

Device Name

Network Rated Frequency

Network Rated Frequency

Reactive Power Rating

Operating Mode

Product or Component Type

Capacitor Technology

Accessibility for Operation

Color

Complementary

Detuned Factor

Harmonic Filter Relative Impedance

Tuning Frequency

Reactive Power per Stage

Protection Type

Maximum permissible voltage

Contactor Max. peak current

Mounting Location

NEMA degree of protection

Dimensions

Maximum Weight

Environment

Standards

Product Certifications

Operating Altitude

Ambient Air Temperature for Operation

 

Circuit Energy PCS

600/480 V AC

60 Hz

75 to 525 kVAR

Automatic

Capacitor Bank with Detuned Harmonic Filter

Heavy Duty

Front

Gray RAL 7035

 

4.2        |    3.8    |    4.8

5.67%   |  7.00%  |   4.35%

252 Hz | 228 Hz | 288 Hz

75 kVAR

100A/14kA MCCB per stage

1.1 x Un 8 hours over 24 hours

3040 A

Indoor

NEMA 1

Depends on The Order

Depends on The Order

  

CSA/UL

CSA

up to 6561.68 ft (2000 m)

14…115 °F (-10…46 °C)

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Components in our solution

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Power conditioning systems add a compensating reactive power to the facility, which helps to improve the power factor and reduce energy costs.

A power conditioning unit typically consists of several components that work together to ensure that the electrical power supplied to a device or system is consistent and within acceptable limits. Detuned Reactors, capacitor cans, contactors, disconnects and the controller are main components of the system.

Specifications

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of using a Power Conditioning System (PCS)?

How does a PCS work?

How do I know if I need a PCS for my equipment?

Can power conditioning System help me have a ride-through when a failure or supply interruption occurs?

Several motors have recently been defective although their expected life span was at least several more years. How can I solve this issue?

I already have a power factor correction unit installed in our facility. Does it provide the whole benefits already mentioned?

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