Emergency Power Q&A

Many questions arise when beginning your first emergency power connection equipment project. ESL has put together some Frequently Asked Questions from customers throughout the years to assist as you move forward with choosing your back up power solution. General Q: How do I know what product will best work with my specific needs? A: ESL’s…

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Florida Legislation Ensures Preparations for Hurricane Season

On March 26, 2018, Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed Legislation SB 7028 and HB 7099 requiring Florida state nursing homes and assisted living facilities to have an emergency backup generator capable of keeping facilities at 81 degrees Fahrenheit or lower for at least four days. According to the new legislation, all Florida state facilities have…

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ESL StormSwitch™ – Keeping the Power On

The damage caused during this historic hurricane season serves as an unfortunate reminder of the need for contingency planning.  From everyday citizens to public institutions, the impact that the barrage has had on communities in the path of the storms will be felt for years to come. The amount of people left without power during…

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Are You Ready for the 2017 NEC Updates?

Have no fear, ESL is here! ESL’s TripleSwitch is 2017 NEC 700.3 (F) compliant when used in conjunction with an ATS. According to 2017 NEC provision 700.3(F), legally required systems must be able to connect a temporary source of power for emergency systems which rely on a single alternate source of power which will be disabled for maintenance…

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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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