PS² undertake the supply, installation and maintenance of Power Factor Correction Systems to help improve the power factor of the load to an installed electrical system to ensure it functions as efficiently as possible.
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If you have motors, fluorescent lighting, transformers, compressors and welding sets installed within your premises then these will create an inductive load on your electrical supply. The inductive load is generally created when a magnetic field is required to operate the device. When the magnetic field is created the supply current becomes not in phase with the voltage and the more not in phase means the lower the power factor.
If you have a low power factor then you are wasting electricity and spending more money on your electricity bill than you need to.
To ensure your electrical system is running as effeciently as possible, PS² install capacitors to the electrical system which helps stabilise the phase balance, improve the efficiency and increase the power factor. This will help stop unnecessary wastage of electricity and potentially reduce your electricity bill.
Our maintenance programme for Power Factor Correction Systems generally consists of the following:
Check security of connections
Check cable and component condition
Check stage fuses
Record capacitor values
Check switches, isolators & lamps
Check target power factor and C/k settings
Check operation of P.F.C. control relay
Check reactor condition/tuning point
Perform functional test of all stages
Measure harmonic distortion
Once the above is completed a certificate is issued together with comments and recommendations for future use of the system.