Designing a Safe Reefer Connection: Part 1

Safe reefer operations require a receptacle system that exceeds minimum standards in electrical codes. Safely connecting and disconnecting reefer containers operating on 3 Phase 440-480v power represents one of the largest safety risks from an electrical hazard at the majority of container terminals. Reefer receptacles are designed and listed to electrical safety standards of UL…

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Power U: As Utility Power Outages Rise, 3 Universities Keep Emergency Backup Costs Down

  Emergency Backup Case Study May 2019 Client Profiles Auburn University Built in 1969, the Haley Center at Auburn University is home to the College of Education classrooms, bookstore, administrative offices, computer labs, and a dining hall. As the tallest building on campus, it has a labyrinth of corridors that regularly confuse new students. It houses…

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Positive Expectations for Reefer Shipping

As projected at the beginning of 2016, this year is proving to be one of the worst for global container shipping, with one exception – reefer shipping. In written clarifications by The Journal of Commerce, Container News, World Cargo News and Cleanleap, studies show cold chain has proved to be growing strong with frozen food…

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ESL Featured in Business Energy Magazine

ESL was recently featured in Business Energy Magazine. “Switchgear: Matters of Safety and Space” addressed the various concerns of businesses as they work to ensure that their electrical equipment is as safe as possible. The article highlighted some of the benefits of using ESL’s TripleSwitch as an emergency backup power solution.  Many times, during emergencies, a qualified…

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ESL Featured in Water Efficiency Magazine: Keeping the Pumps Going When the Lights Go Out

When emergencies or natural disasters occur, preparation can really pay off. Ensuring that water utilities remain operational is a big concern for cities and utility companies. Recently, ESL Power Systems, Inc. was featured in an article written by William Atkinson of Water Efficiency Magazine, focusing on “Keeping the Pumps Running When the Lights Go Out.”…

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